2011 Volkswagen Eurovan

Combined with front-wheel-drive, low-speed traction control, four-wheel independent suspension, rack and pinion steering, and four-wheel ABS disc brakes, The 2011 EuroVan ensures that the driver has excellent handling and control, a characteristic found in all Volkswagens. The engine's peak torque of 177 ft. lbs. at 3,200 revolutions per minute, and its maximum horsepower of 140 at 4,500 rpm, allows The 2011 Volkswagen Eurovan to tow a 4,400 pound (braked) trailer or carry nearly 1,000 pounds of cargo. For a quiet driving experience, Volkswagen has added insulation at critical points that better isolates the interior from unwanted noise. The EuroVan's torsional rigidity is better than ever with a strengthened body, reinforced floor panels, as well as stronger B and C pillars. Adding to its security are dual front airbags, side impact beams in the side passenger doors, and three-point safety belts on forward-facing window-side seats. Additional safety features include daytime running lights and a child safety lock for the sliding door (a child safety lock is unnecessary on the rear hatch because it has no inside handle).

Additional standard equipment on The 2011 Volkswagen Eurovan includes an in-dash air conditioning system; power door locks (including side and rear hatch); cruise control; AM/FM cassette stereo with six speakers; programmable intermittent wipers; heated windshield washer nozzles; rear hatch wiper/washer and defroster; power outside mirrors; illuminated vanity mirrors; and a fourspeed automatic transmission. Cargo capacity for the EuroVan is optimized by its high stance and versatile interior. Long items, such as plywood, slide in and out due to its long load length with bench seats removed. The 2011 2011 Volkswagen Eurovan comes with a variety of options and packages. The optional Weekender Package for the EuroVan MV combines the day-to-day functionality of the EuroVan GLS, with the adventurous overnight capabilities of the EuroVan Camper. Its features include a pop-up roof with two-person bed, full-swiveling captain seats, window screens for two side sliding windows, fixed left-hand rear facing seat (with refrigerator beneath lift-up seat bottom), second battery, and alternator.

An optional automatic "Climatronic" climate control system is available for the EuroVan GLS, and EuroVan MV without the Weekender Package. 2011 Volkswagen Eurovan interior options include a sliding sunroof with sliding sun and windscreen capabilities (not available with Weekender Package). EuroVan GLS also comes with optional leather trim, including front heated seats. The EuroVan Camper continues to be available for the U.S. market. With a longer wheelbase of 15.7 inches than the EuroVan GLS and MV, it is capable of seating up to six passengers with its optional and removable two-person center bench seat. The 2011 2011 Volkswagen Eurovan comes equipped with ample standard features- like a 6-cylinder engine, four-wheel disc brakes with ABS, alloy wheels, power windows and locks, cruise control, dual front airbags and dual-zone Climatronic. The EuroVan MV Weekender package offers a side folding table with rear-facing seats, a bench that converts into a bed, a pop-up roof and a small refrigerator under the seat. The EuroVan Camper goes several steps further. It includes a full gallery with a refrigerator, stove, sink and storage cabinets along with extra storage areas in the rear. The aerodynamic lines of the Eurovan are enhanced with body-colored bumpers, black door handles, dark tinted rear half privacy glass, body color grille with center logo, body color mirror housings, heated dual power outside mirrors, front fog lights, and heated windshield washer nozzles.



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