The Volkswagen Passat I (Mk1/B1) Variant Wagon 1977 is an iconic and timeless station wagon. The range-topping Variant was designed with functionality and practicality in mind, giving it an ornately attractive appearance that remains largely unchanged from the original model. It features a striking silhouette, square lines, and a sculpted engine grille with a chrome edition. The body is constructed from galvanized steel and is available in a selection of colours from muted shades to vibrant reds. Inside the vehicle, you will find a spacious passenger and luggage compartment featuring three rows of reclining seats and plenty of storage space for suitcases or large items. It can accommodate up to eight passengers and the tall roofline allows plenty of headroom. The dashboard is simple yet attractive with large black instrumentation and knobs. Under the hood, the Variant was powered by an inline-four cylinder engine paired with a three-speed manual transmission. The engine offers a modest 48 horsepower but is economical and reliable. The Variant was fitted with rear-wheel drive and typically a MacPherson suspension. The Volkswagen Passat I (Mk1/B1) Variant Wagon 1977 is a classic station wagon that combines practicality, comfort, and style. Its timeless design and robust performance make it an ideal family vehicle for both short and long trips.
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