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Weekender - 2002 Volkswagen Eurovan
By GRN - December 27 - 10:00 am
We love our Weekender, and we use it hard. It tows our boat well in the summer, and is even better in winter than our 97 Passat GLX (we live on a pass in the White Mtn. Region with unusually extreme winter weather - 250"+ of snow per season). The brakes are fantastic, and the avoidance handling is far better than expected for a big, clunky, top heavy bread box.
What A Fun Mini Van - 2003 Volkswagen Eurovan
By OT 62 - December 22 - 2:00 am
Bought the MV Weekender Package. 4 years and 60,000 miles later couldn't be happier with the car. There isn't a more fun minivan out there. Kids just love it. No complaints, holding up well. Premium gas is only negative I can think off.
Exceptional Van - 2003 Volkswagen Eurovan
By EurovanFan - December 8 - 1:36 pm
The VW Eurovan is the best minivan to hit the USA. Unfortunately it was killed by the high cost of manufacturing it in Germany and the low value of the dollar. The 2003 model was the last one imported here, but it is still available in Europe for the equivalent of about $45,000. It will outperform any other "standard model" minivan on the market. And it is known to outlast them as well. Think of this vehicle as an example of good German engineering and teutonic toughness. We refer to it as our "Fahrfegnugen Schleppenvagon" and enjoy it on trips immensely.
Last VW Van was a '65 - 2002 Volkswagen Eurovan
By Florida Bob - October 30 - 1:06 pm
The new VW van still has enough of the qualities that made the old vans so much fun. Its big with a lot of usable space but it is still small enough to park and move in traffic. The VR6 is the best thing that ever happened to this car. It has adaquate power and is smooth and responsive. Handling is great for a van.
MY EUROVAN - 2002 Volkswagen Eurovan
By RICK - August 21 - 10:00 am
I LOVE IT. IT'S FAST, VERY ROOMY, EASY TO DRIVE. MY KIDS ARE VERY CONFORTABLE IN IT. I NEVER THOUGHT OWNING A MINIVAN COULD BE SO PLEASUREABLE.
2003 EuroVan GLS - 2003 Volkswagen Eurovan
By BobT - June 2 - 9:36 pm
This couldn't have bought a more versatile van. It's roomy and seats seven adults very comfortably.
GREAT VAN - 2002 Volkswagen Eurovan
By JOHN M - March 17 - 10:00 am
GREAT VAN ALL AROUND! CARTER VW REALLY KNOWS THEIR VANS AND HOW TO TAKE CARE OF CUSTOMERS!
2001 Eurovan GLS - 2002 Volkswagen Eurovan
By rkchambers - March 4 - 10:00 am
I love my Eurovan.
VW's Black Sheep - 2002 Volkswagen Eurovan
By Badger - March 4 - 10:00 am
The Euro SHOULD be the best (un)minivan in America. It is not. While it does have VW build quality and performance, it is obvious that the Euro's origins are that of a cargo van. The dash board is the most user-UNfriendly I've ever seen, the seats cause actual pain over longer distances, and the climate control system needs to be drug out into the street and shot. All that aside, it is a great van.
Won't Be Any More - T5 Unlikely Here - 2003 Volkswagen Eurovan
By mjo_ai_net - December 27 - 2:00 am
Photos of VW's new T5 abound on the net, but I doubt you'll see one in the US. With VW bringing the MicroBus, you'll have to decide whether the last Eurovan is for you We purchased a 2003 GLS (built in April 2002) & the Eurovan's overall utility is setting in. The Eurovan has certainly made errands & family trips much easier. It rides & handles much better than its height suggests, & build quality is high. We are impressed with its ease around town: power to accelerate/pass, no harder to park/backup than our 4Runner, & right size for a family of 5. All of this could be said about the vanilla minivans. But, the Eurovan has a niche & one you'll recognize