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You can read the recommendations in the user guide, the technical guide or the installation guide for VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT. You'll find the answers to all your questions on the VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT in the user manual (information, specifications, safety advice, size, accessories, etc.). Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide. User manual VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT User guide VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT Operating instructions VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT Instructions for use VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT Instruction manual VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT

You're reading an excerpt. Click here to read official VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT user guide http://mypdfmanuals.com/dref/2297413 Manual abstract: Both offer adjustments for lumbar support and seat back angle, enabling you to sit back and relax, enjoying the most ergonomically beneficial position for your spine. Generous interior space is another contributory factor to overall comfort, with the transversely mounted engine providing more room than ever before for passengers and luggage, and giving all occupants significantly more legroom. Should you need 03 to transport bulky objects or luggage, the Passat offers an impressive capacity of 565 litres* (541 litres* on R36 models). In addition, a novel stowage concept provides extra space in the vehicle interior, enabling you to store maps, sunglasses and CDs in the doors, front seat centre armrest on Highline and above, overhead console or centre console. * Measured in accordance with ISO 3832. VDA measuring method using 200 x 100 x 50 mm blocks and with rear seat backrest upright. Design | Interior | Models | Engines | Safety | Colours & Upholstery | Equipment | Wheels | Service Print | Exit | 5 Page 1 | Page 2 Exhilarating. Print | Exit | 6 Model shown is Highline with optional 18" `Chicago' alloy wheels and metallic paint. Please note Arctic Blue Silver metallic paint is only available from stock and is not available to factory order. Design | Interior | Models | Engines | Safety | Colours & Upholstery | Equipment | Wheels | Service S and BlueMotion 2 | R Line | Highline | R36 The Passat S and BlueMotion 2 Passat. More comfort, more safety and, above all, more driving pleasure. That's what you can expect from the Passat S, where a whole host of standard fittings provides everything you would expect and more from an extraordinary car. The front windows and heated door mirrors are electrically operated, the boot lid opens automatically with remote operation, especially useful when you're loading large amounts of shopping, and the press and drive key allows you to start the engine simply by pushing the key. In addition, the rear seat backrest with its integral centre armrest splits 60:40 allowing it to be folded down in separate sections, ideal if you're loading up bulky items, and the four-spoke steering wheel individually adjusts to your optimum driving position. And that's just for starters. Also fitted as standard is an RCD 310 radio/MP3 compatible CD player with eight speakers and AUX-in socket for connection to an external multimedia source (e.g. iPod and MP3 player), `Climatic' semi-automatic air conditioning, electronic parking brake with auto hold function and alarm with interior protection and remote central locking. Driving the Passat S is an even more enjoyable experience. One reason is certainly the 16 inch `Milwaukee' alloy wheels with 215/55 R16 tyres, guaranteeing dynamic handling and appearance. Another is the eye-catching interior, with its `Dark Rhodium' inlaid decor and whole array of practical stowage trays and storage compartments positioned in the doors and overhead console. To ensure driving is not just pleasurable but also worry-free, the Passat S benefits from many special safety features, such as electro-mechanical power-assisted steering, WOKS (whiplash- optimised head restraints) in the front, front airbags with front passenger airbag deactivation, front seat side impact airbags, curtain airbags, and an Electronic Stabilisation Programme (ESP). As you can see, Volkswagen have thought of everything all you have to do is concentrate on enjoying the drive. Interior shown is S. The BlueMotion 2 Passat builds over the already well equipped Passat S and, in addition, offers impressive environmental credentials by intelligently refining existing technology. Dynamic lines reduce the vehicle's air resistance and, combined with engineering refinements, low rolling resistance tyres and lowered suspension help produce exceptional economy. A Start/Stop function is also fitted in place of the auto hold function this automatically stops the engine when the vehicle is stationary and restarts it when you pull away, saving fuel and reducing emissions.

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