2010 Volkswagen Passat Wagon User Reviews
Komfort SULEV shown
- $14,956 - $14,965
- beautiful car, roomy, comfortable, have had no problems with it at all
- dents too easily, gear changes not as smooth as i'd like
Purchased As New
I turned in my 2000 Passat wagon (also a great car) for the 2010 last year and just love it overall...great for kids, groceries, day to day and longer hauls (love the Satellite radio and heated seats for the latter) Am very happy with my purchase!
0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful to you?
- good gas milage, holds a lot of stuff and still maneuvers like a sports car
- some road noise, the seat memory our '02 had is no longer and it "shrunk" a few inches
Purchased As Used
We are loyal VW drivers (our '96 Golf has 230,000 mi.) and since our last Passat got totalled we went and got #5. The Passat is a few inches shorter and narrower, has some updates and some features we miss (like the seat memory button on th drivers seat) but we are very happy overall - again. Great gas milage, zippy drive and good at any road/weather conditions. Safety is top - when the old one was totalled the passenger interior was miraculously undamaged! space is well thought out and designed, controls are where they need to be....read morehide
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful to you?
- Good looking wagon, low bumper for pet access, roomy interior,auto up down windows front & rear.
- No active power outlet when car is turned off,no auto on off lights,can't close tailgate from inside
Purchased As New
Overall nice car but noticed quality lacking when compared to the 2003 Passat that I traded (should have kept it). The sheet metal seems lighter and dents easily. Under the hood is not clear coated as was the 2003. The paint,fit and finish on my 2003 Passat was heads and shoulders above this 2008 Passat. The interior on the 2003 was much nicer and had better materials overall. Having to use premium fuel has become annoying. My 2003 also had an active power outlet in the trunk that stayed active even when car was off which was good for cell phone chargers etc. Can't turn on all interior lights with a switch. Heater takes forever to get hot. Anyone else noticed these issues?...read morehide
4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful to you?
- Very confortable, rear gate opens automatic, lots of space even though with 2nd row up.
- No controls on stirring wheel, no satellite radio, it dents very easy
Purchased As New
When I bought it, I was looking for a 4 door sedan 2.0 l 4 cylinder, but the only thing they had was a V6. The sales person try to convince me to take a SW 2.0 V4 for the same price, I couldn't picture my self driving a SW (Male 55 and no more kids )but I drove it and like it. Now I love it, very comfortable indeed and if I have to change it will be for another one. Had a X3 BMW before and the only thing I miss a LOT is the commands on the steering wheel big time and the rain sensor.
It dents very easy and very expensive to fix. In 25k miles the only problem I had was that the stick shift chrome peels of and it cut my fingers a few times.
It does not come with a bunch of gadgets like any cheap Korean car, but it has one that's very comfortable and that is with a push of a bottom you can stay in drive mode but no need of pushing the brake pedal.
Gas consumption it's very good!!
Overall Excellent!!...read morehide
23 out of 27 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful to you?
- Great fuel economy, very good interior room, great power, everything where you need it.
- Power front passenger seat not offered, dual climate control not offered.
Purchased As New
This is the first Volkswagon I have ever owned. It has turned out to be a surprising joy to drive. Craftmanship and finish is superb in and out. Handling is easy and effortless. Mileage is great averaging around 30 on the highway and 25 around town. The turbo does what a turbo is meant to do. Power is better than expected for this four cylinder engine in all situations. It is very easy to hit 80-90 MPH without noticing it - I think they mean it when they say top spead is 130 MPH. There is some road noise from the tires (OEM and different tires may reduce this) at higher speeds, but not too bad. Four adult can ride in comfort in this car and still have the rear for luggage. Put the second row seats down and you can put around 72 CF of stuff in the back - and I do regularly. Controls are typical for a German car and placed where you want them with a minimum of flashiness. The navigation system is easy to use and usually gets you where you want to go (haven't figured out how it is updated, yet). Audio system is more than adequate. Service at our dealer (Keffer in Huntersville,NC) has been excellent. Car has 23,000 miles on it in less than a year - I drive it a lot - so I'll update when and if any service issues come up....read morehide
20 out of 20 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful to you?
Most Viewed New Wagons
Research A Car
Free Dealer Price Quote
Select A Make And Model
- Up to 3 certified local dealers will contact you with a price.
- Get a hassle-free deal and guaranteed savings off MSRP.
- This service is totally FREE, with no obligation to buy.
Auto Loan Rates
Volkswagen News & Articles
Volkswagen Beetle R Concept pictures
View a Full GalleryRead Full Review
Volkswagen Bus Funds Start-Up
How Specialized grew to a multi-million dollar bicycle company.Read Full Review
Volkswagen GTD Heading Stateside in 2015
The Volkswagen GTI has always been huge hit here in the US. A plucky little hatch with 200 horsepowe...Read Full Review
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible Transformed into Shark Cage
Ah, it’s that time of year again folks– Shark Week. And in honor of this Selachimorphan-inspired...Read Full Review
- More Volkswagen News & Articles