Everyone who lived through the year 1973 knows of the launching of the Volkswagen
model called the Dasher. It appeared to the general public both as hatchback and
as wagon. While the model was known as the Volkswagen Dasher in North America,
it was the Volkswagen Passat to the rest of the world. There is no confusion concerning
the names, though, because the two models bear one and the same quality.
The Volkswagen Dasher was originally equipped with an inline 4-cylinder OHC engine
and front wheel drive. Station wagon and sedan varieties were introduced in the
years that came. Facelifts and makeovers gave the model up-to-the-minute features,
the reason why many of these cars are still on the road today. The manifold potentials
it possesses prove to be more than enough to make it one of the most sought-after
in terms of exceptional features and great performance.
The Volkswagen Dashers of today cruise the streets equipped with several parts
that make them at par with even the most sophisticated vehicles in town. Proof
to this is the fact that these models sport features like state-of-the-art ignition
systems, climate control, oxygen sensors and keyless entries. Even Volkswagen
Dasher owners are assured that the standard parts comprising the Volkswagen Dasher
will live up to expectations. Additional Dasher features and accessories that
Dasher owners choose to equip their vehicles with simply make these vehicles masterpieces
in their own right.
The Volkswagen Dasher is a vehicle that is at once both classic and modern. People
from all walks of life are able to appreciate its sleek, seamless appearance as
well as its sophisticated features. The arrival of the Volkswagen Dasher to the
automobile market is more than a blessing as everything about it represents the
coming of the new age. Those who know real automobiles also know that the long
wait is over, for the car for the millennia has finally arrived.