£1,795

2007 Volkswagen Passat 2.0 TDI SE 4dr

0117 453 5778
Richard J Hamilton Car Sales Ltd
Unit 3-4 Soaphouse Trading Estate
Howard street
0117 453 5778  
Mileage131,000 miles
TransmissionManual
ShapeSaloon
ColourGrey
Year2007 07 registration
FuelDiesel

**MORE PHOTOS TO FOLLOW, AWAITING VALET**We offer very low rate finance options. Open 7 days. All of our vehicles are HPI clear unless otherwise stated . They are main dealer direct part exchanges with low owners and in most cases full service history. (Unless otherwise stated). Delivery can be arranged anywhere in the UK. Part exchanges are welcome. For part exchange queries please send me your full registration number, mileage and any other relevant information such as colour, condition, service history etc. We accept payment by bank transfer and all major cards. Our preparation process is as follows: After we have received a vehicle into stock, it is sent directly to our dedicated preparation workshop for a thorough inspection. New Mots free of charge are authorised upon deposit. Sometimes pictures may seem as though the car has some marks in them which are a reflection. Please message or call if you are concerned about any body defects which may appear in the pictures as this is usually not the case. We strive to ensure that every car leaves us in the best possible condition. By ensuring a thorough process we hope to eliminate any issues for the customer and for ourselves. Opening hours are 9am to 5 pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm Saturday and 11am to 4pm Sunday. Please contact us before hand to arrange an appointment to view. We are easily accessible by Road, nearby Motorways are the M5 and M4. If travelling by Rail we are happy to collect you from Bristol Templemeads. Richard J Hamilton Car Sales is only a 20 mins drive from Bristol Templemeads. This station is very accessible from most other parts of the country. We are on 01179028276 and are happy to answer any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Volkswagen engineers could not make up their minds what to do with the engine of the Passat. At first it was longitudinal, slung ahead of the front wheels like an Audi's. Then, in 1988, they laid it horizontal across the car, like the Golf's. Then, in 1996, they went back to Audi-style longitudinal....