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Volkswagen EuroVan

About the EuroVan

The Volkswagen Eurovan is a front-engined, light commercial It was designed as the successor to the Vanagon. on the Volkswagen Group T4 platform, it is known as the Volkswagen Transporter T4.

The Eurovan was originally designed by and built in Volkswagen’s German-based located in Hannover. Over the production shifted to Volkswagen Vehicles, originally part of the Passenger Cars company, but now a separate brand and marque in its own After the transition, many were produced overseas in Indonesia by Garuda Matraman Earlier models were available in a variety of petrol and configurations. Petrol engines had 1.8, 2.0, or 2.5 liter while diesel ones in 1.9 and 2.4 liter displacements. Later models would be produced larger displacements, with the being a 2.8 liter VR6 DOHC between 2000 and 2003. On the side, a 2.5 liter, inline-5, turbocharged direct injection was produced.

The Eurovan was exported to the US market 1992 and 2003. It was hyped by VW

as smaller than a typical delivery van but larger than a The five-cylinder models were sold in the US in 1993. After a hiatus, VW re-introduced Eurovan models into the American in 1999, this time VR6 engines. A re-shaped, longer end was introduced in 1994 in order to the larger engines. True to the heritage led by the Bus and Vanagon, Volkswagen recreational vehicle models in its lineup. The Eurovan Camper was by Volkwagen’s RV contractor, Westfalia-Werke. The camper models were with a five-cylinder engine 1993-1996 and with a VR6 from They proved to be extremely amongst outdoor enthusiasts. built two Class C motorhomes made use of the Eurovan’s forward Known as the Rialta and Vista, were available from with a five-cylinder engine and 1997-2005 with the VR6. and other special-purpose vehicles to be produced in both long and forms throughout the model’s lifetime. The Eurovan was finally again in 2003.

The US market witnessed several of the Eurovan. The CL, GL, and GLS models were commuter models. The Eurovan MV was a model with a removeable, bench seat, folding window curtains, and florescent The Eurovan MV Weekender featured Westfalia camper conversion such as a pop-top roof, overhead bed, side bug screens, rear hatch, and utility battery. The Winnebago Campers included additional dinette tables, furnace, closet, cabinets, and sink gray-water tank.

Being the generation of Transporter-class Volkswagens, the saw the 40th year anniversary of the in 1990, with more 6 million having been since the first one rolled off the line in 1950. The Eurovan won Best Overall Value of the award and was nominated for Motor Car of the Year award in 2002. The Eurovan is a transverse front-engined, commercial vehicle. It was designed as the to the Vanagon. Based on the Volkswagen T4 platform, it is officially known as the Transporter T4.

Volkswagen Eurovan

The Volkswagen Eurovan was originally by Volkswagen and built in Volkswagen’s factories located in Hannover. the years, production shifted to Commercial Vehicles, originally of the Volkswagen Passenger Cars but now officially a separate brand and in its own right. After the transition, units were produced in Jakarta, Indonesia by Garuda Motor. Earlier models originally available in a variety of and diesel configurations. Petrol had either 1.8, 2.0, or 2.5 displacements while diesel came in 1.9 and 2.4 liter displacements. petrol-based models would be with larger displacements, the largest being a 2.8 liter VR6 produced between 2000 and On the diesel side, a 2.5 liter, DOHC, turbocharged direct was also produced.

The Eurovan was exported to the US market 1992 and 2003. It was hyped by VW

as smaller than a typical delivery van but larger than a The five-cylinder models were sold in the US in 1993. After a hiatus, VW re-introduced Eurovan models into the American in 1999, this time VR6 engines. A re-shaped, longer end was introduced in 1994 in order to the larger engines. True to the heritage led by the Bus and Vanagon, Volkswagen recreational vehicle models in its lineup. The Eurovan Camper was by Volkwagen’s RV contractor, Westfalia-Werke. The camper models were with a five-cylinder engine 1993-1996 and with a VR6 from They proved to be extremely amongst outdoor enthusiasts. built two Class C motorhomes made use of the Eurovan’s forward Known as the Rialta and Vista, were available from with a five-cylinder engine and 1997-2005 with the VR6. and other special-purpose vehicles to be produced in both long and forms throughout the model’s lifetime. The Eurovan was finally again in 2003.

The US market witnessed several of the Eurovan. The CL, GL, and GLS models were commuter models. The Eurovan MV was a model with a removeable, bench seat, folding window curtains, and florescent The Eurovan MV Weekender featured Westfalia camper conversion such as a pop-top roof, overhead bed, side bug screens, rear hatch, and utility battery. The Winnebago Campers included additional dinette tables, furnace, closet, cabinets, and sink gray-water tank.

Being the fourth generation of Volkswagens, the Eurovan saw the 40th anniversary of the Transporter in 1990, more than 6 million been produced since the one rolled off the factory line in The Eurovan won IntelliChoice’s Best Value of the Year award and was for Motor Trend’s Car of the Year in 2002. . View more


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