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Volkswagen 2001 Passat
2001 Volkswagen Passat GLS 1.8T
172,099 Miles
Waite Park, MN
3
days on market
82%
more than similar listings
3
days on market
$6,000
Volkswagen 2001 Passat
2001 Volkswagen Passat GLX V6
131,000 Miles
El Cajon, CA
157
days on market
20%
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157
days on market
$5,495

2001 Volkswagen Passat OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.0
2 Reviews
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Overall
3.0
Value
1.5
Style
4.0
Performance
2.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.5
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Merry
Merry
Kentwood, Louisiana
2.0
Very expensive and hard to work on.
The body style of the car is gorgeous. It's sleek and sporty looking. The gas mileage (30+mpg) is hard to beat, as well. The car rides well, also. The power sunroof that mine came equipped with is very nice as well. With premium heated leather seats, just sitting in the car is a joy. The dash is all digital and lights up beautifully at night. It tells you how many miles per gallon you can get with the gas in your tank, how many miles you have left to go with your remaining gas, and if you're experiencing any electrical or engine problems. On the downside, the car is very expensive to work on. If something goes wrong, it's hard to diagnose the problem. Often times little things create big problems (fuse, etc.) Just to replace the thermostat on the car (which is usually a quick, simple job on most other cars,) is an hours long task. The key to the car is outrageously expensive too if you need to have it replaced. It's a coded key, and you are only given one upon purchase. If you lose your key or if it becomes damaged, the VW dealer charges $500 for a replacement key. When the car is running, it's a dream. But, if one little thing goes wrong, which seems to be often, it's a nightmare.
Minneapolis, Minnesota
4.0
Solid drive, unintuitive controls, bad A/C.
I like that my vehicle is a manual transmission. It has a solid feel to it when it drives, and I have a feeling that if I were to get into a minor to moderate accident severity-wise that the vehicle itself would be alright. I really enjoy the way I feel when I drive the car, and the fact that it doesn't look to shabby for a 17 year old car. I do not like that the A/C is nearly non existent no matter what anyone does to it, not me, not the mechanic. On a hot day, you better hope you start the car early on a cooler day or your best bet it the windows open. The center console is also unintuitive and it took me a very long time to be able to safely use it without looking while driving. Even when I have a passenger use the center console, it often takes them a while to find what they need to perform the function that they want to. Another drawback to this car is that it doesn't get very good mileage, the best I can hope for is long road trips, and the highest I've ever gotten is 31 mpg. I usually average around 26 mpg for regular highway trips with no traffic. With traffic, the mileage is awful, usually between 17 - 22 mpg.