Someone has to be last in the sales race. When it comes to minivans, Volkswagens German-built EuroVan holds that title by a wide margin. Sales dipped to a mere 2,714 units during 2000, from a less-than-stunning 3,395 the year before. Availability is part of the reason. The EuroVan was on s... Read Full Report
It was a long box, painted silver. It had four wheels, four doors and seating for seven. It languished in my driveway for three days -- and it would have stayed there longer, had it not been for my usual ineptitude in scheduling test vehicles. It was the only one left, the 2001 Volkswagen EuroVan GLS. I was neither dressed for this nor mentally ready for it. I was wearing sporty shoes, a ... Read full review for the 2001 Volkswagen Eurovan
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The Unreliabilty is Unending. We had high hopes and purchased the "concept" of a spacious van with the camper and mini fridge features. Front end is too heavy and eats tires every 20K! Yes, we've trie... Read Full Review
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