Used 2003 Volkswagen Values

Select a 2003 Volkswagen model below to get used trade-in values and retail prices

(Model years 2018 - 1942 including exotics and classic cars)
A minivan entering its final production year, the 2003 Volkswagen EuroVan is a modern version of the popular VW Buses of yesteryear and can seat up to seven passengers.
The 2003 Volkswagen Golf is a compact hatchback that seats up to five passengers, is available with two or four doors, and is capable of 49 mpg on the highway in TDI trim.
The sportier version of the Golf, the 2003 Volkswagen GTI is a compact two-door hatchback available with a 180 hp or 200 hp engine and an automatic or manual transmission.
The 2003 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan is a mid-size five-passenger car that offers premium amenities and a high quality of interior at an affordable price.
If you need more cargo room than the Jetta Sedan affords, the 2003 Volkswagen Jetta Wagon seats up to five passengers and is just for you thanks to the extra room in the back.
Finally available with a drop top, the 2003 Volkswagen New Beetle Convertible is a four-passenger two-door car that is available in multiple trims all of which feature the charm of the classic model.
The 2003 New Beetle Coupe is a two-door homage to the Beetle's of old but thanks to modern mechanicals this car is capable of 49 mpg with the TDI engine.
A five-passenger mid-size car, the 2003 Volkswagen Passat is available as a sedan or if you need more cargo room, a wagon.

Volkswagen becomes the newest entrant in the upscale crossover utility vehicle segment with the Touareg. Based on a vehicle platform co-developed with Porsche and Audi, the Volkswagen Touareg is equipped with standard 4Motion all-wheel drive and offers six-cylinder and eight-cylinder engine power. Replacing the aging Cabrio model, Volkswagen has created an open-top version of the New Beetle. For 2003, Volkswagen offers a 20th Anniversary Edition of the GTI to commemorate the sport compact's two decades in the United States and Canada. The 2003 Passat line adds a new GL model and is now offered with a six-speed manual transmission. The seven-passenger EuroVan family hauler will be cut from Volkswagen's North American line-up following the 2003 model year.