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Volkswagen Passat Parts

The Passat, which has been in production since 1973, is Volkswagen's signature model in the family car segment. Currently, the Passat is marketed in two forms. For the US market, the vehicle is built using the Volkswagen Group B Platform. It is a new mid-size sedan (NMS). The NMS is also available in other markets including South Korea and China. The European model, which falls under the D-segment (as defined by the European Commission), is a large family car that is constructed using the Volkswagen Group MQB platform.

The Passat was a much-anticipated model from Volkswagen after the demise of the Beetle. The Beetle, the most iconic car built by Volkswagen, remained successful throughout its run. After more than six decades of continuous production, Volkswagen finally decided to call off the Beetle in the early 2000s, as it faced stiff competition among its peers. Volkswagen was looking to cement its name again with a new model and therefore, decided to construct the Passat. It also represents the brand's first front-wheel drive model.

Let’s get to know a bit about Volkswagen and the history of the Passat! Volkswagen is a legendary brand known for producing cars with sheer excellence in performance and design. The company started producing automobiles in 1937. Volkswagen which means "People's Automobile" in German has lived up to its name by producing cars that offer the very best in efficiency and comfort to their customers. With its central offices in Wolfsburg, the German automaker continues to roll out vehicles that have given the brand its own legacy in the annals of automobile history. Thanks to Volkswagen's penchant for perfection, models like the Golf and Beetle have earned their place as one of the auto industry's classic models.

Passat A/C Accumulator/Drier
Passat A/C Clutch
Passat A/C Compressor
Passat A/C Compressor and Components Kit
Passat A/C Condenser
Passat A/C Expansion Device
Passat A/C Hose High Side - Discharge
Passat A/C Hose Low Side - Suction
Passat ABS Control Module
Passat Air Filter
Passat Air Intake Performance Kit
Passat Air Pump
Passat Air Temperature Sensor
Passat Alternator
Passat Auto Trans Oil Pan
Passat Ball Joint
Passat Blower Motor
Passat Boost Pressure Sensor
Passat Brake Master Cylinder
Passat Brake Pad and Rotor Kit
Passat Brake Pad Kit - Front and Rear
Passat Brake Pad Set
Passat Brake Rotor
Passat Brake Rotor Set
Passat Brake Vacuum Pump
Passat Camshaft Sensor
Passat Cat Back Performance Exhaust
Passat Catalytic Converter CARB Approved
Passat Catalytic Converter EPA Approved
Passat Clutch Kit
Passat Clutch Kit - Performance Upgrade
Passat Complete Tie Rod Assembly
Passat Control Arm
Passat Control Arm Kit
Passat Cooling Fan Assembly
Passat Crankshaft Sensor
Passat Cylinder Head
Passat Cylinder Head Gasket Sets
Passat Diesel Injector Pump
Passat Drive Axle Front
Passat Drive Axle Kit
Passat Drive Axle Rear
Passat Driveshaft
Passat Dual Mass Flywheel
Passat Dual Mass Flywheel Conversion Kit
Passat EGR Valve
Passat Electric Power Steering Rack
Passat Engine Control Module ECM ECU
Passat Engine Gasket Set - Rear Main Seal
Passat Engine Gasket Set - Timing Cover
Passat Engine Gasket Set - Valve Cover
Passat Engine Mount
Passat Engine Oil Cooler
Passat Engine Oil Pan
Passat Engine Oil Pan Gasket Set
Passat Exhaust Manifold Gasket Set
Passat Fan Blade
Passat Fuel Injector
Passat Fuel Injector Set
Passat Fuel Pump
Passat Fuel Pump Assembly
Passat Headlight Assembly
Passat Headlight Assembly Pair
Passat Ignition Coil
Passat Ignition Coil Set
Passat Ignition Control Module
Passat Ignition Distributor
Passat Inner Tie Rod End
Passat Intake Manifold
Passat Intake Manifold Gasket Set
Passat Intercooler
Passat Knock Sensor
Passat Mass Air Flow Meter
Passat Miscellaneous
Passat Navigation Unit
Passat Navigation Upgrade OEM Fit In Dash
Passat Oil Filter
Passat Outer Tie Rod End
Passat Oxygen Sensor
Passat Power Steering Pump
Passat Power Steering Rack
Passat Power Steering Rack and Outer Tie Rod Kit
Passat Radiator
Passat Radio or CD Player
Passat Serpentine Belt and Tensioner Kit
Passat Shock Absorber
Passat Shock and Strut Set
Passat Side View Mirror
Passat Starter
Passat Strut
Passat Strut Insert
Passat Super or Turbo Gasket
Passat Sway Bar Link
Passat Throttle Body
Passat Throttle Position Sensor
Passat Tie Rod Kit
Passat Timing Belt Kit
Passat Transmission Assembly - Automatic
Passat Turbocharger
Passat Turbocharger and Installation Accessory Kit
Passat Turbocharger Blow Off Valve
Passat Turbocharger CHRA - Center Section
Passat Turbocharger Electronic Actuator
Passat Turbocharger Mounting Gasket Set
Passat Turbocharger Oil Feed Line
Passat Turbocharger Oil Return Line
Passat Vehicle Speed Sensor
Passat Water Pump
Passat Water Pump and Cooling System Gaskets
Passat Wheel Hub Assembly
Passat Wheel Hub Assembly Kit
Passat Window Regulator Only

When Volkswagen rolled out the first generation of Passat, the brand owned two companies named Auto Union and NSU, which later merged to form Audi. This aided Volkswagen to build the Passat using the engineering it inherited from these companies. The first generation Passat was available in a sedan body style. In the North American market, the Passat was marketed under the name Dasher. The Passat and the Dasher were almost similar, but with minor differences in a few parts including the bumper and headlights. Second generation Passat’s were generally known as the Santana, with the North-American variant again getting a different name, the Quantum. These cars were rolled out in a sedan, station wagon and coupe body styles.

Unlike its previous generations, the third-generation vehicles were marketed under the name “Passat” in all markets, including the North-American market. The vehicle was impressive for its abundant interior space and handling. It was in the fourth generation that the sales of the Passat took off. Over the span of its many generations, the vehicle has become more sophisticated and efficient. From time to time, the Passat also received facelifts. In 2008, the Passat CC, a four-door-coupe version of the Passat was launched. With the eighth generation of the car currently in production, the Passat has become one of the best choices for customers looking to buy family sedans!

Any fault in your car's parts need to be identified way before the parts completely fail. Faulty parts can cause associated systems to become inoperable altogether. Fortunately, most defective parts exhibit discernible signs of impending failure. For example, a brake pad is a part that presses against the brake rotor to bring your vehicle to a halt when you press the brake pedal. The brake pads can lose their efficiency over time. A worn-out brake pad, when pressed against the rotor, will result in metal-to-metal contact, causing the vehicle to stop at a greater distance than usual. Other symptoms of a failing brake pad include spongy brake pedals, screeching sound while braking, and visibly thin brake pads. Since a series of components, including the master cylinder and calipers, are involved in the process, a faulty brake pad can diminish the entire braking performance. Faulty brakes can not only endanger yourself but also make you a danger to others on the road. The same can be said of any other auto parts, as well.

We understand how risky it can be to drive with faulty brake parts or any other auto parts for that matter. A wide array of parts for your Passat such as A/C Compressors, A/C clutches, side view mirrors and tie rod kits are available from us at reasonable prices. Place your order now and have them delivered straight to your location. With replacement parts, repairing your vehicle doesn’t come any easier. Be sure to follow proper installation procedures to get your Passat back to its original form!