2021 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack goes on sale in Turkey

Bringing the potential to reach a new audience in its product range, the 2021 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack carries light off-road capabilities and character.

Volkswagen Passat, which has been the leader of its segment in Turkey since 2005, will be one of the important names that Volkswagen will take to the podium at Autoshow 2021. Despite being in the D segment, a very serious version is entering the iconic family, which has managed to leave behind more accessible models than itself. The new member of the family and the 2021 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack, which will be on the roads of Turkey in the coming days, is being introduced for the first time within the scope of the fair. The model, which has the familiar driving quality of Passat, also in off-road roads, mountain / terrain conditions or with trailers, is a very successful transition between sedan and SUV models. Passat Alltrack will be available in the last quarter of 2021 with the 2.0 TDI 200 7-speed DSG engine option.


2021 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack with highlights

The version with 4MOTION 4×4 traction technology is offered as a new station wagon version that combines city and off-road driving experience. Alltrack has been developed for private drivers who not only drive the Passat on paved roads, but want to hook up a trailer to it or value excellent handling on a ski holiday. Standard features of the Passat Alltrack include bumpers with underbody protection adapted for off-road driving, as well as sill extensions with underbody protection, solid fender extensions and a stainless steel-look front and rear side skirts. Thanks to a special off-road mode, modified equipment that provides more ground clearance and permanent 4MOTION all-wheel drive technology, the Passat Alltrack promises high comfort even when driving off-road. The price and detailed hardware features of the model will be shared shortly.


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