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First generation
Fiat Panda
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Production 1980–2003
(4,500,000 made)
Assembly Mirafiori plant, Turin, Italy
Body style 3-door hatchback
cabriolet
van
Platform Fiat Type Zero (Tipo Zero) platform
Engine 652 cc I2
769 cc I4
903 cc I4
965 cc I4
999 cc I4
Electric motor 19 bhp (14 kW) (1990)
Electric motor 23.8 bhp (18 kW) (1992)
Length 3,340 mm (131.5 in)
Related SEAT Panda
SEAT Marbella
SEAT Trans
Designer Giorgetto Giugiaro

Simca 1300/1500

The Simca 1307 was the name under which Chrysler Europe launched its new large family car in July 1975.

A modern, front-wheel drive hatchback, it was one of the first such cars in that class, along with the Volkswagen Passat, and became the 1976 European Car of the Year. It had been in development since 1972.

The model was sold under a variety of names, including Simca 1308 and 1309 models (with larger engines), Chrysler Alpine (name used for the Irish, UK and New Zealand markets), Chrysler 150 (Spanish market), Talbot 1510 / Talbot Alpine / Talbot 150 (a facelifted version launched by PSA after its takeover of Chrysler Europe) and Talbot Solara (the saloon version).

Manufacturer Simca
Also called Simca 1301/1501
Production 1963–1975
Predecessor Simca Aronde
Successor Simca 1307
Class Large family car
Body style 4-door saloon
estate
Layout FR layout
Engine 1.3 L Rush ohv I4
1.5 L ohv I4
Wheelbase 99 in (2,500 mm)
Length 175.5 in (4,460 mm)
1301 / 1501 saloon
169.5 in (4,310 mm)
1301 / 1501 estate
Width 62 in (1,600 mm)
Height 55 in (1,400 mm) unladen
 
Cortina TC Mark III

In the late 1960s, Ford set about developing a third-generation Cortina, which would be produced in higher volumes than before, and following the recent merger of Ford of Britain and Ford of Germany into the modern-day Ford of Europe, the car marked the convergence of the German Taunus and British Cortina platforms with only minor differences between the two, hence the car's internal name TC1, standing for Taunus-Cortina. It was also the last European car engineered by Harley Copp as Vice President Engineering and head of Brentwood, before he returned to Detroit.

The Mark III was heavily inspired by the contemporary "coke bottle" design language which had emanated from Detroit - the car sported the same fluted bonnet design and beltline from the North American Ford LTD of the same era. It replaced both the Cortina Mark II and the larger, more expensive Ford Corsair by offering more trim levels and the option of larger engines than the Mark II. Its sister car - the Taunus TC - sold in continental Europe was subtly different in appearance, having different door skins and rear wing pressings that toned down the drooping beltline in order to lose the "coke-bottle" appearance of the Cortina.

The MacPherson strut front suspension was replaced with more conventional double A-arm suspension to give the car a soft 'freeway' ride which gave the larger engines distinct understeer.

Ford UK originally wanted to call it something other than Cortina, but the name stuck. Although the Mark III looked significantly larger than the boxier Mark II, it was actually the same overall length, but 4 inches (100 mm) wider.Within the overall length, a wheelbase lengthened by more than 3 inches (76 mm) also contributed to the slightly more spacious interior.

Trim levels were now Base, L (for Luxury), XL (Xtra Luxury), GT (Grand Touring) and GXL (Grand Xtra Luxury). 1.3 L, 1.6 L and 2.0 L engines were offered, the 1.6 L having two distinct types - the Kent unit for models up to GT trim and a SOHC Pinto unit for the GT and GXL, the latter of which was also offered in 1600 form for a short while. 2.0 L variants used a larger version of the 1600 Pinto unit and were available in all trim levels except base.

Although no longer than its predecessor, the Mark III was a heavier car, reflecting a trend towards improving secondary safety by making car bodies more substantial.Weight was also increased by the stout cross-member incorporated into the new simplified front suspension set-up,and by the inclusion of far more sound deadening material which insulated the cabin from engine and exhaust noise, making the car usefully quieter than its predecessor, though on many cars the benefit was diminished by high levels of wind noise apparently resulting from poor door fit around the windows.Four-speed manual transmissions were by now almost universally offered in the UK for this class of car, and contemporary road tests commented on the rather large gap between second and third gear, and the resulting temptation to slip the clutch when accelerating through the gears in the smaller-engined cars: it was presumably in tacit acknowledgment of the car's marginal power-to-weight ratio that Ford no longer offered the automatic transmission option with the smallest 1298 cc-engined Cortina.

Four headlights and Rostyle wheels marked out the GT and GXL versions, while the GXL also had bodyside rubstrips, a vinyl roof and a brushed metal and black tail panel on the GXL and plain black one on the GT. All models featured a downward sloping dashboard with deeply recessed dials and all coil suspension all round. In general styling and technical make up, many observed that the Mark III aped the Vauxhall Victor FD of 1967.

The Cortina went on sale on 23 October 1970,but sales got off to a particularly slow start because of production difficulties that culminated with a ten-week strike at Ford's plant between April and June 1971, which was at the time reported to have cost production of 100,000 vehicles, equivalent to almost a quarter of the output for a full year.

 


Production 1970-1976
1,126,559 units
Assembly Ford Dagenham assembly plant (Dagenham, Essex, England, United Kingdom)
Ford Lio Ho (Chungli City, Taoyuan, Taiwan)
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1962-1975
Campbellfield, Victoria, Australia
Ulsan, South Korea
Body style 2-door saloon
4-door saloon
5-door estate
2-door convertible (conversion)
2-door pickup (P100)
Engine 1.3L OHV "Kent" I4
1.6L OHV "Kent" I4
1.6L OHC "Pinto" I4
2.0L OHC "Pinto" I4
2.0L OHV "Essex" V4 (South Africa)
2.5 L OHV "Essex" V6 (South Africa)
3.0L OHV "Essex" V6 (South Africa)
3.3L OHV I6 (Australia)
4.1L OHV I6 (Australia)
Transmission 4-speed manual
3-speed automatic
3-speed manual
Wheelbase 101 in (2,565 mm)
Length 167.75 in (4,261 mm) (saloon)
171.5 in (4,356 mm) (estate)
Width 67 in (1,702 mm)
Height 52 in (1,321 mm)
Related Ford Taunus TC
Ford Sierra
South Africa

In South Africa, the Cortina range included V6 "Essex"-engined variants, in both 2.5L and 3.0L forms.

From July 1971, a locally designed pick-up truck version (known in Afrikaans as a "bakkie") was also offered, and this remained in production after the Cortina was replaced by the Sierra.

The Cortina pickup was exported to the UK, in a lengthened wheelbase form, as the Ford p100 until 1988, when Ford divested from South Africa, and a European built pick-up truck version of the Sierra was introduced in its place.

The Mk V model range, introduced in 1980 for the South African market included: 1.3L (1980–1982), 1.6L GL (1980–1983), 2.0 GL, Ghia, (1980–1984), 3.0 XR6 (1980–1983), 1.6L Estate (1980–1983), 2.0 GL Estate (1980–1983), 3.0 GLS (1980–1984), 1.6 One-Tonner (1980–1985), 3.0 One-Tonner (1980–1985).

The XR6 was a sports version which used the Essex v6 and featured body aerofoils and sport seats.

In 1981 a version called the XR6 Intercepter was released as a homologation special made to compete in production car racing. They featured triple Weber dcnf carburetors, aggressive camshaft, tubular exhaust manifold, suspension revisions and wider Ronal 13 inch wheels. They produced 118 kW and were only available in red. 200 were produced.

Later on a special edition XR6 TF was released to celebrate 'Team Fords' racing success with the XR6. They were essentially XR6s in exterior and interior Team Ford colours, which were blue and white.

In 1983 a special version was created by Simpson Ford to appease the demand for an Intercepter-like Cortina and was sold through Ford dealerships countrywide. It was called the XR6 X-ocet and featured a Holley carbureter, aggressive camshaft and tuned exhaust. They came in red with a white lower quarter and did 0–100 km/h in 8.5 seconds with a top speed of 195 km/h.

South African Mk V models differed slightly from UK models with different wheels, bumpers and interior trim.

The last brand new Cortina was sold in South Africa by mid 1984,and it was often the countries top selling car.

Was far more popular than the Sierra and Mondeos which followed it.


Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Production 1982–1993
Assembly General Pacheco, Argentina
Genk, Limburg
Cologne, Germany
Dagenham, England
Pretoria, South Africa (BG)
Valencia, Venezuela 1985–1993
Predecessor Ford Cortina Mark V
Ford Taunus TC3
Successor Ford Mondeo
Class Mid-size car
Body style 2-door pickup/ute
3-door notchback/liftback
5-door notchback/liftback
4-door saloon
5-door estate
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
Engine 1294cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1593cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1796cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1993cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1998cc DOHC I4 DOHC
1598cc CVH I4 CVH
1796cc CVH I4 CVH
2293cc Cologne V6 OHV
2792cc Cologne V6 OHV
2935cc Cologne V6 OHV
5.0 L V8 OHV (South Africa only)
1.8 L I4 SOHC Turbodiesel
2.3 L I4 OHV Diesel
Transmission 3-speed automatic
4-speed automatic
4-speed manual
5-speed manual
Wheelbase 102.7 in (2,609 mm)
Length 178.4 in (4,531 mm)
Width 68 in (1,727 mm)
Height 53.8 in (1,367 mm)
Related Ford Scorpio
Ford P100
 
NISSAN SKYLINE 2.0 l GLE





Also called SKYLINE, BNR32 (1989–1991)
Production 1989–1994
296,087 units sold
GT-R's
Standard-40390
Nismo-560
V-Spec-1453
V-SpecII-1303
N1-228
Assembly Musashimurayama, Japan
Body style 4-door sedan
2-door coupe
Layout Front engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
Engine 1.8 L CA18i I4 (GXi)
2.0 L RB20E I6 (GTE)
2.0 L RB20DE I6 (GTS)
2.5 L RB25DE I6 (GTS-25)
2.6 L RB26DE I6 (Autech GTS-4)
2.0 L RB20DET I6 (GTS-t, Type M, GTS-4)
2.6 L RB26DETT I6 (GT-R)
Transmission 4-speed automatic
5-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Wheelbase 2,615 mm (103.0 in)
Length 4,580 mm (180.3 in) (sedan)
Width 1,695 mm (66.7 in)
Height 1,340 mm (52.8 in) (sedan)
Curb weight 1,280 kg (2,821.9 lb) (Type-M) 1,430 kg (3,152.6 lb) (GT-R)
Related Nissan Laurel
Nissan Cefiro
Designer Naganori Ito
Volkswagen Type 1
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Manufacturer Volkswagen
Also called Beetle, Super Beetle, Käfer Nicknames: Bug, see also List of names for the Volkswagen Type 1.
Production 1938–2003
21,529,464 built
(of which 15,444,858 in Germany, incl. 330,251 Cabriolets,
and ≈ 3,350,000 in Brazil)
Assembly Wolfsburg, Hanover, Emden, Ingolstadt, Osnabrück, Germany
Melbourne, Australia
Brussels, Belgium
São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil
Jakarta, Indonesia
Dublin, Ireland
Puebla, Puebla, Mexico
Auckland, New Zealand
Lagos, Nigeria
Manila, Philippines
Uitenhage, South Africa
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia
Valencia, Venezuela
Successor Volkswagen Group A platform series
(Golf/Jetta/New Beetle)
Class Subcompact
Economy car
Body style 2-door saloon
2-door convertible
Layout RR layout
Engine 1.1 L H4
1.2 L H4
1.3 L H4
1.5 L H4
1.6 L H4
Transmission 4-speed manual transaxle,
3-speed clutchless manual ("Autostick")
 
First generation

DATSUN STANZA
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Nissan Stanza (Japan-spec)
Also called Datsun 510
Datsun Stanza
Datsun/Nissan Violet
Datsun 160J
Nissan Auster
Yue Loong 709/711/712
Production 1977–1981
Successor Japanese: Nissan AD all A10 series wagons
Body style 2/4-door saloon
3/5-door hatchback
5-door station wagon
Layout FR layout
Engine 1,397 cc A14 I4
1,595 cc Z16S/Z16E I4
1,595 cc L16/L16S/L16E I4
1,770 cc Z18/Z18E I4
1,952 cc L20B I4
1,952 cc Z20S I4
Transmission 4/5-speed manual
3-speed automatic
Wheelbase 2,400 mm (94 in)
Length 4,080–4,310 mm (161–170 in)
Width 1,605–1,620 mm (63–64 in)
Height 1,320–1,410 mm (52–56 in)
Curb weight 870–1,040 kg (1,900–2,300 lb)

Nissan Laurel C230

The third generation appeared in January, 1977. For the first time, the C230 was available in either saloon and hardtop coupé form, but also as a hardtop saloon without B-posts. Buyers could choose between a 1.8 L four, a 2.0 l inline-six (carburetted or fuel-injected), a 2.8 L six or a 2.0 L diesel four. In autumn, 1978 the C230 received a mild facelift (Type C231), marked visually by square instead of round double headlights. The Toyota competitor was the Mark II coupe and sedan.

In January 1977 Nissan released the C230 facelift type. 4-door sedan body variant, HARDTOP, and 2 HARDTOP. L18 series engines are equipped with four-cylinder SOHC1.8L, straight-six-cylinder SOHCL20 type, L20E type, L28-.

One year later (January 1978) Nissan released 10 which adopted a special deep red body color in limited edition anniversary of "Laurel's crimson" released. Car Badge equipped with aluminum wheels and front grille.

The November 1978 saw minor change. Four corners of the headlights lighting ceremony. Auto air conditioning with the highest grade of "medalist" series SD20-grade and four-cylinder diesel engine vehicle OHV2.0L added. -1800 cc cars to newer Z18. 53 Regulatory gasoline vehicle emissions.

Later, on October 1979 2000cc4-cylinder gasoline car (Z20-) added to the AT and SGL and diesel vehicles.

In February 1980 an Electric sunroof and the optional hard top medalist was added. Laurel will be the first car sunroof.

 

In July 1980 Limited "gold medalist" "the quality" released.


Nissan Laurel C230 hardtop


Production 1977 - 1980
Body style 4-door hardtop
2-door hardtop
4-door sedan
Layout front engine/rear drive
Engine 2.8 L L28E I6
2.0 L L20E I6
1.8 L L18 I4
2.0 L I4 diesel LD20
Transmission 5-speed manual
4-speed manual
3-speed automatic
Wheelbase 2,670 mm (105.1 in)
Length 4,525 mm (178.1 in)
Width 1,685 mm (66.3 in)
Height 1,405 mm (55.3 in)
Curb weight 1,235 kg (2,722.7 lb)
Related Nissan Skyline
Ford Cortina 30s
v6
 First in White ,and Later Spraypainted in Black and Maroon Matalic












 
Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Production 1982–1993
Assembly General Pacheco, Argentina
Genk, Limburg
Cologne, Germany
Dagenham, England
Pretoria, South Africa (BG)
Valencia, Venezuela 1985–1993
Predecessor Ford Cortina Mark V
Ford Taunus TC3
Successor Ford Mondeo
Class Mid-size car
Body style 2-door pickup/ute
3-door notchback/liftback
5-door notchback/liftback
4-door saloon
5-door estate
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
Engine 1294cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1593cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1796cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1993cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1998cc DOHC I4 DOHC
1598cc CVH I4 CVH
1796cc CVH I4 CVH
2293cc Cologne V6 OHV
2792cc Cologne V6 OHV
2935cc Cologne V6 OHV
5.0 L V8 OHV (South Africa only)
1.8 L I4 SOHC Turbodiesel
2.3 L I4 OHV Diesel
Transmission 3-speed automatic
4-speed automatic
4-speed manual
5-speed manual
Wheelbase 102.7 in (2,609 mm)
Length 178.4 in (4,531 mm)
Width 68 in (1,727 mm)
Height 53.8 in (1,367 mm)
Related Ford Scorpio
Ford P100



 
Ford Sapphire 2.0 ltr











Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Production 1982–1993
Assembly General Pacheco, Argentina
Genk, Limburg
Cologne, Germany
Dagenham, England
Pretoria, South Africa (BG)
Valencia, Venezuela 1985–1993
Predecessor Ford Cortina Mark V
Ford Taunus TC3
Successor Ford Mondeo
Class Mid-size car
Body style 2-door pickup/ute
3-door notchback/liftback
5-door notchback/liftback
4-door saloon
5-door estate
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
Engine 1294cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1593cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1796cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1993cc Pinto I4 SOHC
1998cc DOHC I4 DOHC
1598cc CVH I4 CVH
1796cc CVH I4 CVH
2293cc Cologne V6 OHV
2792cc Cologne V6 OHV
2935cc Cologne V6 OHV
5.0 L V8 OHV (South Africa only)
1.8 L I4 SOHC Turbodiesel
2.3 L I4 OHV Diesel
Transmission 3-speed automatic
4-speed automatic
4-speed manual
5-speed manual
Wheelbase 102.7 in (2,609 mm)
Length 178.4 in (4,531 mm)
Width 68 in (1,727 mm)
Height 53.8 in (1,367 mm)
Related Ford Scorpio
Ford P100


Volkswagen Golf Mk3



The third-generation Golf Mk3 made its home-market début in August 1991 and again grew slightly in comparison with its immediate predecessor, while its wheelbase remained unchanged.

New engines included the first Turbocharged Direct Injection (TDI) diesel engine in a Golf, and a narrow-angle 2.8 L VR6 engine. The VR6-engined version accelerated from 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h) in 7.1 seconds, posting a record 15.5¼-mile time at 90.5 mph (145.6 km/h).[citation needed] EPA estimate 26 mpg (9.0 L/100 km; 31 mpg) (city) or 32 mpg  (7.4 L/100 km; 38 mpg) (highway), with 261 mi (420 km) per tank (city) and 363 mi (584 km) per tank (highway). For the first time ever, a Golf estate (Golf Variant) joined the line-up in September 1993 (although most markets did not receive this model until early 1994), at the same time a completely new Mk3-derived Cabriolet was introduced, replacing the 13-year-old Mk1-based version. With a body style similar to that of the Golf, it was continued on until 2001 with only minor changes in the 1999 model year. The notchback version, called VW Vento (or Jetta III in North America), was presented in January, 1992.

It was European Car of the Year for 1992, ahead of PSA's new ZX model and GM's new Astra model.

The Mk3 continued to be sold until 1999 in Canada and parts of South America, also in Mexico as a special edition called "Mi" (Golf CL 4-door, added A/C, special interiors, OEM black tinted rear stop lights, and ABS, no OEM radio) ("Mi" ("i" in red) stands for Multipoint Injection and the 1.8 L engine was upgraded to 2.0).
 

Predecessor Volkswagen Golf Mk2
Successor Volkswagen Golf Mk4
Related Volkswagen Vento
Volkswagen Golf Mk3


Manufacturer Volkswagen
Production 4.8 million units
1991-1999
Cabrio: 1994-2002
Assembly Wolfsburg, Germany
Puebla, Mexico
Bratislava, Slovakia
Uitenhage, South Africa.
Predecessor Volkswagen Golf Mk2
Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet Mk1 (Cabrio)
Successor Volkswagen Golf Mk4
Volkswagen New Beetle convertible (Cabrio)
Body style 3-door hatchback
5-door estate
5-door hatchback
2-door convertible
Layout Front engine, front-wheel drive / 4motion four-wheel drive
Platform Volkswagen Group A3 platform
Engine 1.4 I4 40/44 kW (ABD/AEX/APQ)
1.6 I4 55 kW (ABU/AEA/AEE)
1.6 I4 74 kW (AEK/AFT/AKS)
1.8 I4 55 kW (AAM/ANN)
1.8 I4 66 kW (ABS/ADZ/ACC/ANP)
2.0 I4 85 kW (2E/ADY/AGG/AKR/ABA/AWG/AWF)
2.0 I4 16v 110 kW (ABF)
2.8 VR6 128 kW (AAA)
2.9 VR6 140 kW (ABV)
1.9 I4 D 47 kW (1Y)
1.9 I4 SDI 47 kW (AEY)
1.9 I4 TD 55 kW (AAZ)
1.9 I4 TDI 66 kW (1Z/ALE/AHU)
1.9 I4 TDI 81 kW (AFN/AVG)
Transmission 4-speed automatic
4-speed/5-speed manual
Wheelbase 1992-95: 2,471 mm (97.3 in)
1996-99: 2,474 mm (97.4 in)
Length 4,074 mm (160.4 in)
Width 1,694 mm (66.7 in)
Height 1992-95 & Cabrio: 1,422 mm (56.0 in)
1996-99: 1,428 mm (56.2 in)
Related Volkswagen Jetta
Volkswagen Vento

Fiat 2000
 





Fiat 2300 (1961–1968)

2300
Hersteller: Fiat
Produktionszeitraum: 1961–1968
Klasse: Obere Mittelklasse
Karosserieversionen: Stufenheck, viertürig
Kombi, fünftürig
Coupé, zweitürig
Motoren: 2279 cm³ - R6
105 PS (77 kW)
Länge: 4485 mm
Breite: 1620 mm
Höhe: 1470 mm
Radstand: 2650 mm
Leergewicht: 1285 kg
Vorgängermodell: Fiat 2100
Nachfolgemodell: Fiat 130
First generation
Volks wagen Sciricco
1973 Volkswagen Scirocco

Production 1974–1982
504,153 produced
Assembly Osnabrück, Germany
Platform Volkswagen Group A1 platform
Engine 1.1 L I4,
1.3 L I4,
1.5 L I4,
1.6 L I4,
1.7 L I4
Transmission 4-speed manual on early models
5-speed manual on later models
3-speed automatic
Wheelbase 2,400 mm (94.5 in)
Length 3,880 mm (152.8 in)
Width 1,625 mm (64.0 in)
Height 1,310 mm (51.6 in)
Related Volkswagen Rabbit/Golf
Volkswagen Jetta
Designer Giorgetto Giugiaro

Cortina Mark Bakkie






 
Production 1979-1982
production — see Mark IV
Assembly Ford Dagenham assembly plant (Dagenham, England, United Kingdom)
Ford Lio Ho (Chungli City, Taoyuan, Taiwan)
Campbellfield, Victoria, Australia
Ulsan, South Korea
Body style 2-door saloon
4-door saloon
5-door estate
2-door convertible (conversion)
2-door pickup (P100)
Engine 1.3L OHV "Kent" I4
1.6L OHC "Pinto" Straight-4
1.6L OHV "Kent" I4 (South Africa)
2.0L OHC "Pinto" I4
2.3L OHV "Cologne" V6
3.0L OHV "Essex" V6 (South Africa)
3.3L OHV I6 (Australia)
4.1L OHV I6 (Australia)
Transmission 4-speed manual
3-speed automatic
3-speed manual
Related Ford Taunus TC3

Volkswagen Passat

The Volkswagen Passat is a large family car marketed by Volkswagen through six design generations since 1973. Between the Volkswagen Golf / Volkswagen Jetta and the Volkswagen Phaeton in the current Volkswagen line-up, the Passat and its derivatives have been badged variously as Dasher, Santana, Quantum, Magotan, Corsar and Carat. The successive generations of the Passat carry the VW internal designations B1, B2, etc.

In 2008, Volkswagen extended its range with the launch of the Passat CC, a "four-door coupé" version of the Passat.

Volkswagen currently markets two variants of the Passat globally. In January 2011, Volkswagen announced that the new mid-size sedan (NMS) being built at the Volkswagen Chattanooga Assembly Plant for the North American market would be named the Passat.Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive also manufactures the Passat NMS in its Nanjing factory. The NMS is not going to be sold outside the North American and Chinese Markets. A different B7 Passat model is sold outside of these markets. The Volkswagen Passat NMS won the 2012 Motor Trend Car of the Year.



2006–2010 Volkswagen Passat B6
Manufacturer Volkswagen Passenger Cars
Also called Volkswagen Dasher
Volkswagen Quantum
Volkswagen Santana
Volkswagen Corsar
Volkswagen Magotan
Volkswagen Carat
Production 1973–present
Predecessor Volkswagen Type 4
Volkswagen Type 3
Volkswagen K70
Class Large family car / Mid-size car
Layout Front-engine design
Platform Volkswagen Group B platform series
 



 

 

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