Volkswagen has recently announced two new trim levels for the Passat, the Executive and the Executive Style, which have become available since January 2, 2014.
Two new trim levels for the VW Passat have been recently announced and the models have been launched since the 2nd of January, 2014. The two trim levels, the Passat Executive and the Passat Executive Style, will sit above the entry-level Passat S and Passat BlueMotion and they will hit the market in two body styles, sedan and estate. VW says that the Passat Executive will be replacing the Highline and it’s getting the exterior chrome trim, full-size spare tire, 17-inch Michigan alloy wheels and the matt black roof rails for the Estate.
All versions are getting the leather upholstery, touch screen satellite navigation system, electric adjustment for the driver’s seat, heated front seats, two-zone automatic climate control, automatic headlights and wipers, rear parking sensors and more. The Executive Style Passat will be replacing the Sport and the R-Line and it will get the same goodies as the Executive Passat, but it will be adding the bi-xenon headlights, front fog lights, 18-inch Kansas alloy wheels, 15mm lowered sports suspension system and tinted rear windows.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Thursday, January 2nd, 2014 - filed under News
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