2007 Volkswagen Passat Sedan Values

A carry-over from 2006, the Passat is a four-door five-passenger sedan with the base model being the Value Edition that comes standard with a 2.0Liter turbo-charged four-cylinder that produces 200HP, linked to a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. There is a 3.2Liter V6 model that puts out 280HP with the same transmission options offered in the Luxury and Sport models. You can also get the Passat with the 4Motion all-wheel-drive system.

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Volkswagen introduced the completely redesigned Passat sedans for 2006, with improved interior space, a more powerful and more economical lineup of engines, and new six-speed transmissions. For 2007, new wagon variants, equipped much like the sedans, join the Passat line. Twelve-way power seats are offered for the first time for 2007; sound systems now include an auxiliary power input, and an iPod adaptor is options.

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Powerful standard engine; impressive interior; safety features; available all-wheel drive.

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Volkswagen's 2007 Passat stands out in its segment as having a much more powerful standard four-cylinder engine than midsize rivals like the Accord and Camry, while its optional V6 rivals the most powerful engines offered by those competitors. The wagon offers an especially roomy interior and cargo arrangement, and has few competitors in its midsize class.

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