Volkswagen / Passat / Alltrack Wolfsburg Edition
By TIM ROBSON
IT MAY be classified as a large SUV, but
Volkswagen’s Passat Alltrack shouldn’t be seen in the same light as a Toyota
Kluger or a Ford Everest.
Introduced into Australia in 2016, it has a
couple of SUV-like qualities – namely all-wheel drive and an increased ride
height – but in some regards it is a lot more useful than many large sports
In fact, many people who are looking at a large SUV
would probably be better served looking at a car like the Alltrack.
an interesting move, Volkswagen has waved the Wolfsburg wand over the Passat
Alltrack, following in the wheeltracks of more performance-focused stablemates
like the Golf R and Scirocco, and the changes have produced a vehicle that’s
become a bit of a hybrid of the best – and worst – that the car industry has to
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Model release date: February 2017
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