2003 Volkswagen Passat Owners Manual – Volkswagen widened its Passat lineup once more in 2003 with the help of the GL entry-level trim bundle. They joined the GLS, GLX, and W8 trim levels into the Passat lineup.
The 2003 Volkswagen Passat GL included a 1.8-liter, 170-hp engine that is 4-cylinder a five-speed manual overdrive transmission (a five-speed automatic was optional), and a stripped-down a number of standard services that included ac, energy windows, energy home hair, anti-lock brakes, and grip controls.
The GLS trim package included the features that are same included a sunroof and alloy tires, among more gear. It had been available with either the 2.8-liter or 1.8-liter 4-cylinder, 190-hp V6 engine.
The GLX, readily available only with all the V6, added fabric seats (powered in the front) to the set of standard qualities. And the Passat W8, introduced a year early in the day, came with 270-hp 8-cylinder engine, 4.0-liter and an extenstive a number of standard properties, including a five-speed automated transmission with the Tiptronic handbook change feature (a six-speed automatic ended up being available as an alternative) and a stability controls system, along with all the features incorporated with the GLS and GLX.
Overall, drivers’ opinions for the Passat seemed to has enhanced when compared to past years, with several drivers suggesting the car. Drivers specifically liked the Passat’s power, interior appointments, roominess, as well as its cost. Some drivers, but, nonetheless mentioned problems that are quality-control the car.