Common questions

How many miles can a 2013 Volkswagen Passat last?


How many miles can a 2013 Volkswagen Passat last?

Volkswagen Passat Models Last Beyond 100,000 Miles With Volkswagen Passat models customers can rest assured that the Passat will be able to offer reliable performance beyond 100,000 miles if properly maintained. Some VW Passat models have been known to run well for 200,000 miles or more!

Does the 2013 Passat SE have a backup camera?

For 2013, the hole has been plugged; a backup camera is standard on all SEL-trimmed models. The 2013 Passat is available in S, SE, SEL and SEL Premium trims with either a five-cylinder, inline-four-cylinder diesel or V-6 powertrains.

What kind of oil does a 2013 Volkswagen CC take?

Notes: OE Recommendation, Full synthetic. 5W-40.

Does 2013 VW CC have backup camera?

Safety. The 2013 VW CC is equipped with six air bags, traction and stability control, and 4-wheel-disc ABS with brake assist and a brake-drying feature for improved performance in rainy conditions, the automaker says. Models with a V-6 engine also get a reversing camera.

Is the 2013 Volkswagen Passat a good car?

Distinguishing itself with European-style refinement and an efficient diesel option, the 2013 Volkswagen Passat is a solid choice for a family sedan. The 2013 Volkswagen Passat enjoys a rather unique position, since it’s the only European entry in the family sedan segment.

What’s the average speed of a VW Passat?

A chevron arrow pointing down. This was one of my favorite cars I test drove, but also one of the base models. It has a huge trunk and tons of room for a car seat or 2. Gets an average of 38-40mpg which is awesome for my driving to and from work.

How long does a Volkswagen Passat come to a stop?

In Edmunds brake testing, both a Passat 3.6 SEL and TDI came to a stop from 60 mph in about 130 feet, which is longer than average. A 2.5 SE delivered a class-average 123 feet.

What’s the price of a Volkswagen Passat TDI?

We’re sold on the packaging, but when it comes to a specific Passat, the TDI is the hands-down choice. For about $25,000 base, you’ll get a sedan with about 700 miles of driving in each tank of fuel, limousine-like rear-seat room, with a dash of the handling brio you’d expect from a Volkswagen.