Volkswagen Passat range receives diesel upgrade

Diesel powered Volkswagen models have scored more power and torque, yet lowered their consumption.
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The 2.0-litre TDI engines in the Volkswagen Passat sedan, Passat wagon, Passat Alltrack (pictured top) and CC all now get 130kW and 380Nm – an increase of 5kW and 30Nm.

Volkswagen CC

Fuel consumption on the Passat wagon and CC (pictured above) has reduced by 0.3 litres per 100km to 5.4L/100km, while the Passat sedan now consumes 5.6L/100km, down 0.1L/100km. Emissions of 142 grams of CO


per kilometre for the wagon, 143g/km for the CC and 147g/km for the sedan also come with the changes.

The Volkswagen Passat Alltrack achieves figures of 6.3L/100km and 166g/km.

Volkswagen Passat Sedan

Prices across the four models have also been revised, now listed at $44,490 for the Passat 130TDI sedan, $46,490 for the Passat 130TDI wagon, $47,790 for the Passat Alltrack, and $55,490 for the Volkswagen CC 130TDI.

All upgraded vehicles are now available locally through Volkswagen’s dealer network.