2017 VW Passat Alltrack is the automaker’s latest wagon that gets better improvement in off-road capabilities and appearance. Overall, the new Passat has unmatched quality, excellent practicality, and generous cabin to accommodate the whole family. The German company builds the car with the fantastic look that is unsurpassed by those other American cars tries to offer. The new Passat Alltrack has more spacious interior room, more facelift options, additional off-road configuration but still with better fuel economy rating.
2017 VW Passat Alltrack Engine Specs
There are a variety of engine options available just like the regular Passat. A 1.8 liter inline-4 engine can boost 170 hp while the 2.0 liter can generate 150 hp. The top ranking model gets a V6 that produces 280 hp. 2017 VW Passat Alltrack comes standard with 6-speed manual while optional will be 5-speed automatic transmission. There are also turbocharged diesel engine options available that boost 237 hp.
2017 VW Passat Alltrack Performance
Since 2017 VW Passat Alltrack is an off-road-focused car, there are strong features that allow for the Passat Alltrack to go for this purpose. A part-time four-wheel drive system is standard along with underbody protection to protect the engine and transmission while it applies to off road. It also has its electronics tuned to give the Alltrack the traction of an all-time 4WD configuration by imitating a limited slip differential. A button on the gearshift will activate the off-road mode that automatically enables the hill descent control function. Compared to the regular Passat, it is 1.1 inches higher to help it to pass through the rough landscape.
2017 VW Passat Alltrack Price
The new Passat Alltrack will be initially released for European market before arriving for an American audience. The off-road wagon is estimated to start at £28,500 for the base model while the top trim level of 2017 VW Passat Alltrack should go no more than £30,000.