In size and configurations, Volkswagens van stands apart from the pack. A highly welcome power boost reached the EuroVan during the 2001 model year, which helped to erase concerns that the van was underpowered. The 2003 version is essentially unchanged. Offered only with front-wheel drive,... Read Full Report
Forgive us Volkswagen, but your EuroVan is an easy target. It is big, square, awkward and odd. It rolls in looking like someone's delivery truck. It rolls around corners like it's looking for a FedEx pickup. And all for good reason. Really it's just a passenger version of what VW has used as a cargo hauler in Europe, much like the Ford Club Wagon is a passenger version of th... Read full review for the 2003 Volkswagen Eurovan
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My family owned a 2003 VW Eurovan. It was indisputably the nicest car we had ever owned. Our entire family liked it so much, my father purchased another one of VWs products. A 2002 VW Jetta. The Euro... Read Full Review
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