Volkswagen Passat Lease Deals
Top 3 Features
Petrol, diesel or plug-in hybrid power.
Saloon or estate body styles.
Super comfy, loaded with technology.
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Advantages Of Your Volkswagen Passat LeaseIf you want a premium family car without a premium price tag, then the Volkswagen Passat should be firmly in your sights. The Passat is comfortable, with loads of space inside and plenty of configuration options. You can choose between estate and saloon body styles, as well as petrol, diesel or plug-in hybrid power. You can see what our team thought of the hybrid Passat GTE in our full review.
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Petrol, Diesel And Hybrid Models Available
There’s loads of space inside a Passat. Leg- and headroom in the back is plentiful, too.
The boot is huge, with 585 litres in the saloon, which is bigger than just about any rival. With 650 litres of capacity in the Estate model, it’s 2nd only to the Superb. Brilliantly, that space doesn’t decrease in the plug-in hybrid GTE. If you want petrol-electric power and boot space, the Passat GTE Estate is as good as it gets.
Fold down the rear seats and you’ll get 1,780 litres of space, which is verging on van-like. The saloon’s rear seats also fold down to give you 1,152 litres to play with.
There are cubbyholes galore to keep your odds and ends, from seatback pockets and deep door bins both front and back, to space under the centre armrest, a sunglasses holder in the roof and a big glovebox.
If you want the best fuel economy – and the lowest CO2 emissions – then the GTE is for you. It promises up to 282.5mpg, but really it’ll depend how often you keep it charged and stay on electric power. Lean too much on the petrol engine and the consumption will quickly rise. The diesel engines will give you up to 55.4mpg and the petrol up to 42.8mpg. Impressively, the choice of manual or automatic gearbox will have little impact on fuel economy.
Volkswagen Passat SaloonThe front-wheel drive, 4-door Passat has a classic shape with a boot hinged at the bottom of the rear windscreen.
Volkswagen Passat EstateThe Passat Estate gives you a much larger boot and a boot hinged at the top of the rear windscreen to give you better access. It’ll be a touch more expensive to lease, though.
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Yes, it is. It treads a fine line between cost and premium feel, and it’s an impressive all-rounder.
It’s not as flashy and plush as a Mercedes or BMW, but it’s at the top end of the market before you get into the premium badges.
Much will depend on your budget and how you use it. We think the GTE Estate is a very attractive proposition, with performance and efficiency in equal measure, and loads of practicality for family use.
Yes, you can set the GTE to recharge the battery from the engine as you drive, but that will have an impact on fuel economy. Far better, if you can, to keep the battery charged from the mains. It’ll be cheaper and you’ll make a tank of petrol last longer.
VW named the Passat in 1973, playing on the German word ‘passatwinde’, which means trade winds. Trade winds are east-to-west winds that flow around the equator and were vital for sailing ships establishing global trade routes.
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