Volkswagen has just announced a bunch of changes for the 2014 model year, the biggest of which is that it's finally ditching the boat anchor of an engine better known as the 2.5-liter inline five-cylinder. This engine is currently used in entry-level versions of the Jetta (shown above in 2011 guise), Jetta SportWagen, Passat, Beetle and Golf, and with the exception of the Golf, which is in its final model year before a full redesign, the other models will all see a new 1.8-liter turbocharged and direct-injected inline-four under the hood for 2014.

This new engine produces the same power as the 2.5 (170 hp) and seven more pound-feet of torque (184 lb-ft), but its biggest advantage is its fuel economy. According to the EPA's fueleconomy.gov website, the 2014 Jetta's official numbers have climbed to 26 mpg city and 36 mpg highway (with the five-speed manual), up from the 2013 model's 23 mpg city and 33 mpg highway numbers. Likewise, the Passat's 2014 fuel economy numbers with this new base engine have improved from 22 city/32 highway with the manual to 24 city/35 highway; 2014 Jetta SportWagen and 2014 Beetle figures with this new engine have not been posted yet.

Other big changes coming to the 2014 Jetta include electric power steering for all models as well as the torsion beam real axle being replaced with the more sophisticated multilink suspension currently only found in the GLI and Hybrid variants. Speaking of the GLI, a new 30th Anniversary edition will be joining the lineup later in the year.

In terms of other VW 2014 model year news, the Golf and GTI will only be offered in limited numbers and in four-door configurations only as VW prepares to launch the all-new Mk VII Golf, the Beetle Turbo has been renamed the Beetle R-Line and the promised new GSR model has arrived, and VW will introduce its new VW Car-Net connected services. Scroll down for the full press release breaking down all of the changes in store for VW's 2014 model year.
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07.10.2013
MODEL YEAR 2014: MORE EFFICENT, DOWNSIZED ENGINES AND AN EXTENDED R-LINE RANGE HEAD THE CHANGES
New 1.8-liter turbocharged and direct-injection TSI® engine to feature in Jetta, Beetle, and Passat, replacing the 2.5-liter five cylinder. R-Line® range expands to five models.

-Jetta SE and SEL models are fitted with new 170-horsepower 1.8-liter engine, offering a manufacturer predicted highway fuel economy improvement of 16 percent
-All Jetta models now have independent rear suspension
-VW Car-Net™ connected services introduced across a broad range of models
-New 1.8-liter engine in the Beetle has manufacturer predicted highway fuel economy improvement of 17 percent
-Sporty Beetle GSR® special edition offers dramatic appearance package
-Beetle R-Line model replaces Turbo, adding new bumpers, badging, and optional 19-inch wheels and Bi-Xenon headlights
-Passat trims are revised and new 1.8-liter engine replaces 2.5-liter unit, starting in the SEL model
-R-Line added to the Tiguan range
-Touareg R-Line joins the lineup
-All VW models are now E15 capable


Herndon, VA - After three years of incredible growth and a slew of new product introductions, 2013 is a year of consolidation for Volkswagen of America. Nevertheless, it's also a year in which some very important product changes will occur. Chief among these for the 2014 model year is the introduction of the EA888 1.8-liter turbocharged and direct-injection four-cylinder TSI® engine, which will gradually replace the 2.5-liter five-cylinder naturally aspirated powerplant fitted to the Jetta, Beetle, and Passat models. This new engine produces 170 hp and 184 pound-feet of torque: this is the same power as the 2.5, but the torque is improved by seven lb-ft, delivered much lower in the rev range.

Volkswagen pioneered the use of small-displacement turbocharged and DI engines in the U.S. market: the implementation of the new EA888 gasoline unit will help ensure that more than 90 percent of the cars sold by Volkswagen in the U.S. have these highly efficient powerplants. The engine is built in a new, state-of-the-art factory in Silao, Mexico that is part of Volkswagen's ongoing $5 billion investment in the North American market.

The new TSI engine will be fitted to the Jetta range and the Passat SEL initially, to be followed by the rest of the Passat lineup and the Beetle later in the model year. The new engine is expected to offer significant highway fuel mileage gains over the 2.5-liter unit.

The popular Beetle range has a number of new additions for 2014. The most significant is the introduction of the retro-themed GSR (German for "Yellow Black Racer") that will be sold as a limited-edition model. Because the base Beetle now has a turbocharged engine, the previous Turbo models have been re-branded with the R-Line® moniker.

The R-Line range itself has been extended to five vehicles. The Beetle Convertible R-Line, Touareg R-Line, and Tiguan R-Line all go on sale this fall, joining the existing Beetle Coupe R-Line and the CC R-Line.

Volkswagen will introduce its VW Car-Net™ connected services this fall as part of the 2014 model lineup. Available on Beetle, Beetle Convertible, CC, Eos, Jetta, Passat, and Tiguan models, VW Car-Net offers a wealth of security and convenience features, including crash notification, roadside assistance, and stolen vehicle location assistance. In addition, VW Car-Net adds: remote vehicle access; boundary and speed alerts; a vehicle health report; and an enhanced POI service on vehicles equipped with a navigation system. Most of the features can be administered through a handy smartphone app.

Finally, all Volkswagen models are E15 capable, across all powertrains for 2014.

CARS

Beetle

Beetle GSR goes on sale as a limited-edition model
Base 2.5-liter engine is replaced by 170-hp 1.8-liter turbocharged four cylinder during the 2014 model year
Highway fuel economy predicted by manufacturer to improve by up to 17 percent with the 1.8-liter engine
Beetle Turbo lineup now becomes the Beetle R-Line
VW Car-Net connectivity becomes available
Rearview camera fitted to top-of-the-line models (late availability)

The GSR is a modern re-interpretation of the 1970s GSR ("Yellow Black Racer").
The body and the R-Line bumpers on the new GSR are predominantly yellow, the hood is mainly black, and the trunklid, roof, and the exterior mirror caps are all black. The new car has yellow/black stripes with "GSR" lettering above the side skirts and a large rear spoiler to complete the look. The car rides on 19-inch "Tornado" aluminum-alloy wheels shod with 235/40 tires and also features black-painted brake calipers.

Then as now, the GSR features a unique interior with a yellow/black theme, sport seats, and a leather-wrapped sport steering wheel. The black-trimmed leather seating surfaces and high-grip leather-wrapped steering wheel both have contrasting yellow stitching. Other interior changes include a GSR shift lever, a leather-wrapped handbrake, and black floormats with contrasting yellow embroidery. A badge on the steering wheel is marked with the special-edition number (1 through 3500) to emphasize the uniqueness of the car.

The base Beetle's 2.5-liter engine will be phased out later in the 2014 model year and replaced by a new, locally sourced, turbocharged 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. This will produce 170 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque and is expected to offer highly competitive fuel economy. Electro-mechanical power steering replaces the 2.5's hydraulic setup.

The Beetle Turbo lineup is renamed as the R-Line for 2014, adding aggressively styled bumpers front and rear as well as R-Line exterior badging and R-Line sill kickplates. The top R-Line Sunroof and Sound with Navigation also features unique 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights with LED DRLs, and leather seating surfaces; black interiors also get an R-Line badge on the steering wheel and a "metallic finish" dash pad. All Beetle R-Line models and the GSR are fitted with the latest version of the EA888 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which makes 210hp.

Among other changes to the Beetle, the TDI® with Sunroof model is removed from the lineup, while a rearview camera will be available on the Sunroof, Sound, and Navigation trim levels on the Beetle, Beetle TDI Clean Diesel, and Beetle R-Line models.

Beetle Convertible

Beetle receives 170-horsepower turbocharged 1.8-liter engine in place of 2.5-liter unit partway through 2014 model year
Beetle Turbo Convertible is renamed the Beetle R-Line Convertible
Rearview camera on top-of-the-line Convertible models (late availability)
VW Car-Net connectivity becomes available

Like the Beetle Coupe, the Turbo Convertible range is renamed the R-Line. The topline R-Line with Sound and Navigation has additional R-Line-specific features, such as unique 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights with LED DRLs, and leather seating surfaces: black interiors add an R-Line badge on the steering wheel and a "metallic finish" dash pad.

The base 2.5-liter engine will be phased out in favor of a 1.8-liter TSI unit that is expected to offer significantly better highway and overall fuel economy figures. Finally, the topline trim in each engine configuration-Beetle Convertible, Beetle TDI Convertible, and Beetle R-Line Convertible-will feature a rearview camera later in the model year.

CC

VW Car-Net becomes available on all CC models
New 2.0T Executive trim joins lineup, while Sport model replaces Sport with Lighting Package
Rearview camera added to Sport and R-Line trim (late availability)
V6 Executive models get Keyless access with push-button start, "Easy Open" motion-activated trunk opener, and new 18-inch "Lakeville" alloy wheels

For 2014, a new 2.0T Executive trim joins the lineup and gains: the RNS® 510 premium navigation system with four-year SiriusXM® Traffic and three-month trial to SiriusXM TravelLink™; Keyless access and push-button start; "Easy Open" motion-activated trunk opener; leather seating surfaces; sunroof; rearview camera; 18-inch "St.Louis" alloy wheels; ambient lighting; engineered ebony interior trim, and available Truffle Brown interior. At the same time, the Sport with Lighting Package is replaced by the Sport model. This package includes LED daytime running lights and the Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS), the RNS 315 navigation system, and a rearview camera (late availability).

Eos
For 2014, the Eos incorporates minor changes over the 2013 models.

VW Car-Net becomes available on all trims
RNS 315 navigation system is added to the Komfort and Sport trims
Keyless access with push-button start added to the Sport model
Lux model is discontinued

Golf/GTI
There will be a limited number of 2014 Golfs and GTIs sold in the U.S. market, as four-door models only.

Jetta

New 1.8-liter turbocharged and direct-injection four-cylinder engine replaces 2.5-liter five cylinder; electro-mechanical power steering replaces a hydraulic setup
Jetta 1.8T, 2.0, and TDI models receive rear multilink suspensions
Media Device Interface (MDI) cable moved from glovebox to center console on SE and higher trims
VW Car-Net becomes available on SE with Connectivity and higher trims
Rearview cameras added to SEL, TDI Premium, and TDI Premium and Navigation
30th Anniversary edition GLI (late availability)
Jetta Hybrid SE, SEL and SEL Premium trims receive new high-resolution MFI display in the instrument cluster

The best-selling model in Volkswagen's lineup receives a number of key enhancements for 2014, including powertrain, chassis, and technology updates.

The SE model will add a new 1.8-liter turbocharged and direct-injection four-cylinder engine, electro-mechanical power steering, a multilink independent rear suspension, SiriusXM® Satellite Radio, and power reclining front seats. The SE with Connectivity trim adds the option of VW Car-Net connected services, while the SE with Connectivity and Sunroof adds Keyless access with push-button start.

The SEL trim is now available with an automatic transmission only. It also offers VW Car-Net, a rearview camera, the RNS 315 navigation system, and the Fender® Premium Audio System.

Similar to the 1.8-liter gasoline trims, all TDI Clean Diesel models will offer VW Car-Net, a relocated MDI cable (now in the center console), and new independent rear suspension. TDI Premium and Premium and Navigation trims also get a rearview camera. The performance-driven Jetta GLI model now has the relocated MDI cable and the option of VW Car-Net, as well as the latest 210-hp version of the EA888 2.0-liter turbocharged engine.

Volkswagen's first hybrid compact, the Jetta Hybrid, was launched late last year. For 2014, updates are minimal and include the availability of VW Car-Net and the addition of a new high-resolution color MFI display in the instrument cluster.

Jetta SportWagen
For 2014, the Jetta SportWagen incorporates only minor changes over the 2013 models.

All models receive LED license-plate lights
TDI trims gain a rearview camera

Passat
For 2014, the 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine will be replaced by a 1.8-liter turbocharged and direct-injection four-cylinder engine that makes 170 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. Along with the engine comes a change from hydraulic to electro-mechanical power steering. Other changes include:

Wolfsburg Edition carries over from 2013; now includes leather-wrapped steering wheel, shift knob, and parking brake
VW Car-Net connectivity system available on Wolfsburg and higher trims
Two-tone seats available on all SE trims
Rearview camera introduced on SE and higher trims
Keyless access with push-button start and new "Bristol" 18-inch wheels available on select SE trims.
A Sport trim will be introduced later this year. Details will be released closer to launch
MDI now standard on Wolfsburg Edition and higher trims

MINIVAN, SUVs

Routan
For 2014, the Routan carries over unchanged as a fleet model only.

Tiguan

Tiguan R-Line model added to the lineup
VW Car-Net connectivity option widely available across trim lines
Introduction of Fender Premium Audio System on R-Line and SEL trims
Content added across the Tiguan lineup; Keyless access with push-button start, Climatronic® automatic air conditioning, MDI with iPod® cable, and rearview camera

The Tiguan R-Line joins the expanded lineup of R-Line models. This performance and appearance package adds aggressive styling and a sport suspension. The exterior is further enhanced with 19-inch aluminum-alloy Mallory wheels, an R-Line roof spoiler, body-color side skirts, and R-Line badging. The interior receives R-Line front door kickplates, a flat-bottomed leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel with paddle shifters, black headliner, and stainless steel pedals. Additionally, the Tiguan R-Line offers Bi-Xenon headlights with LED DRLs and leather seating surfaces.

Overall, there is added value across the Tiguan lineup with enhanced SE and SEL models, as well as a new SE with Appearance trim line. The SE adds heated seats, leatherette seating surfaces, and an MDI with iPod® adapter; the SE with Appearance's added features include Keyless access with push-button start and a rearview camera; and the SEL adds the Fender Premium Audio System.

Touareg

R-Line model features special interior and exterior styling, sport suspension
Rear hatch now has "Easy Open" feature on all models except Sport and R-Line
Area-view camera feature on Executive and Hybrid models
LED taillights on the Executive models
Keyless access with push-button start now fitted to more than 90 percent of Touareg models
Trailer hitch now standard on all Touareg models except V6 Sport and R-Line

The most important addition to the Touareg lineup for the 2014 model year is the R-Line, which is based on the Lux trim for V6 and TDI Clean Diesel models. This model adds a sport suspension, 20-inch "Mallory" aluminum-alloy wheels, and a bevy of exterior and interior enhancements. On the outside, the R-Line model receives: R-Line badging; LED taillights; sportier front and rear bumpers; and side skirts. Inside, the R-Line gets brushed aluminum trim, stainless-steel pedals, a black headliner, an R-badged steering wheel, and unique sill kickplates.

Sport with Navigation and Lux models receive Keyless access with push-button start, while all models except the R-Line and Sport have a new "Easy Open" motion-activated trunk opening feature, which is a real boon to owners who have their hands full and want to access the cargo area.

About Volkswagen of America, Inc.
Founded in 1955, Volkswagen of America, Inc., an operating unit of Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. (VWoA) is headquartered in Herndon, Virginia. It is a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany. VWoA's operations in the United States include research and development, parts and vehicle processing, parts distribution centers, sales, marketing and service offices, financial service centers, and its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The Volkswagen Group is one of the world's largest producers of passenger cars and Europe's largest automaker. VWoA sells the Beetle, Beetle Convertible, Eos, Golf, Golf R, GTI, Jetta, Jetta SportWagen, Passat, CC, Tiguan, Touareg, and Routan vehicles through approximately 600 independent U.S. dealers.


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      sfast
      • 1 Year Ago
      "finally ditching the boat anchor of an engine better known as the 2.5-liter inline five-cylinder" Finally? They are still currently selling the old non turbo 2.0 engine...you know, the one from the 90s...with 115hp. Is there any news about them keeping that one?
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        @sfast
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          montoym
          • 1 Year Ago
          And price. People wanted a cheaper Jetta and VW gave them one.
        foxtrot685
        • 1 Year Ago
        @sfast
        That engine will reportedly remain in the 2014 Jetta S. SE and SEL trims will get the 1.8T.
      Artoo
      • 1 Year Ago
      I drive a 2010 Golf 2.5L (manual). This engine has its downside: the torque isn't impressive before 3000rpm, the 5-speed manual's gear ratio is not very good for spirited driving, the clutch feels rough when the car is warm (I don't know if this is just my car, though), the throttle-hang caused by ECU is horrible, and the MPG is less-than-ideal - it never reached 30mpg no matter how I drive. But the engine does feel smooth and refined comparing to some other 4-cylinder cars I drove before, and damn it sounds good - I will miss its sound even if I get a GTI 2.0T engine.
      Julio Arreaga
      • 1 Year Ago
      is there a price hike for all the new goodies on the 2014 Jetta?
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        @Julio Arreaga
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      whatever
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      The 1.8t the Jetta and Passat are getting is a variant of the new EA888 that will also be in the GTI (though at 2.0 liters). The power is slightly down from the 1.8t in the MKIV GTI, but torque is up. If the tuning of those motors is anything to go by, you'll see 210+ hp/240 ft lb with a 30-minute ECU flash. If you're annoyed with Audi/VW being ubiquitous with their motors, be prepared to pull your hair out. The models coming off the MQB platform will all have roughly the same engine, just different a couple different displacements and some tweeks internally (turbo model, valvelift, etc.) here and there.
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      4Germans
      • 1 Year Ago
      Funny that back in year 2000, Audi/VW's 1.8T engine was doing about 170hp/166tq, albeit at 20/29 mpg... Come on VW, you can do better than that....
        4Germans
        • 1 Year Ago
        @4Germans
        2001, actually. after VVT was added to the 1.8T mill.
          montoym
          • 1 Year Ago
          @4Germans
          @ sfast: Bull, the 1.8T was available in every single car VW built in the late '90's to early '00's. It started out in the A4, then made its way into the Golf, Jetta, Beetle, TT, and Passat. It may not have been the base engine, but it was an optional one and not exclusive to the sporty trims (GTI/GLI) like the 2.0T has become. You could buy a Golf 1.8T, Beetle 1.8T or a Jetta 1.8T without having to step up to the GTI or GLI. Early on, with the Mk5's, you could buy a Jetta 2.0T, but they stopped offering them and only offered the 2.0T if you bought a GLI. It was a pretty common option if you ask me.
          sfast
          • 1 Year Ago
          @4Germans
          The old 1.8 turbo wasn't the usual meat and potatoes sort of engine that this one is going to be and it sure didn't break 35 mpg.
      knightrider_6
      • 1 Year Ago
      Will the rebadged Jettas and Passats (A4, A5, A6, A7, A8) also use this 1.8 L engine?
        Christopher Anderson
        @knightrider_6
        None of those share platforms with any VW (expect the Phaeton that we don't get). All use longitudinal engines, while VWs all use transverse. The 2.5 doesn't come in any Audis either, so there is nothing to replace. (The 2.5 in the TTRS shares almost nothing with the VW 2.5.)
          Julio Arreaga
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Christopher Anderson
          @Christopher Anderson I'm always glad people like you exist; putting people who say stupid things in their place.
          Vinuuz
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Christopher Anderson
          Indeed. a lot of VW haters just blindly think all VWs and Audis are totally related. There definitely are connections, but not everything is the same. If you think they do - you are a shame to an auto enthusiast.
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        @knightrider_6
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        Brandon
        • 1 Year Ago
        @knightrider_6
        And you could say that all Japanese luxury cars are rebadged verisions of either Nissan,Toyota, or Hondas. So suck it knightrider.
      Mark1220
      • 1 Year Ago
      Loathed? I have a '10 Jetta with the 2.5 and think it's a great engine; not fast by any means, but it has plenty of power and is very smooth. Sounds good too.
      vvk
      • 1 Year Ago
      I have been consistently getting 36 mpg on the highway and high-20s in town. 2012 Passat S manual. With the 2.5l "boat anchor." I think 2.5l is one of the best engines VW has ever offered. It is simple, durable and offers flexible power delivery and excellent low end torque. Replacing the simple 2.5l with a complicated turbocharged engine does not seem like an improvement. Having driven both GTI and Rabbit 2.5 with manual transmission side by side a few years back, I would honestly pick the 5-cylinder. I think the GDI engine sounds like a diesel at idle and does not offer much more in terms of usable low end power.
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      Rotation
      • 1 Year Ago
      The 2.5 is not the boat anchor. The 2.slow (2.0) is. The 2.5 is fine power-wise, it just gets awful mpg.
      NightFlight
      • 1 Year Ago
      Looks like all of VW Vortex showed up to defend the 2.5. That engine was terrible. Also, the 2.0 is the base engine Autoblog and it truly is better suited as a boat anchor.
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        scooter
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        @NightFlight
        That engine had the smooth rush of torque through the range, was way smoother and better balanced than any four cylinder, and got mileage not so far off of similarly sized four cylinders. One thing VWs favor is they gear their cars for the real world. The auto equipped 2.5 VWs were not in a huge rush to upshift and wouldn't hesitate to drop a few gears when called upon. Totally more relaxed than most of their competition. I know because I drove a 2.5 Jetta for 3 years and could't wait to get back in it after renting just about anything else with four cylnders and an automatic.
        Mondrell
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        @NightFlight
        "Looks like all of VW Vortex showed up to defend the 2.5. . ." Got to admit, I'll take them over apologists from Temple of VTEC. At least there's some substantive dissent.
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        Justin Campanale
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        If your previous comments didn't PROVE that you were, in fact, a Honda employee, this barrage of comments all but proves it, endlessly defending Honda products no matter what. I suggest you go look up the mileage figures for an Accord with a manual transmission. 24/34. An equivalent Passat will get 1 mpg better. Not sure where you are pulling the 27/36 from, other than a certain body cavity. Also, VW's hp numbers are ALWAYS underrated. A GTI is rated at 200 hp, but dyno tests ALWAYS find 220-225 hp.I will eat this phone which I'm commenting on if the 1.8 turbo ACTUALLY has 170 hp. And you might want to stop with the whole "justinguy1701" bullshit. I have NO connections with carguy whatsoever.
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          And when he is banned, he always has his trusty internet sockpuppets "zoom_zoom_zoom", "scion_tc", "mary.keana", "Marykeana2", "holy.smokes", and "luigi.tony" to resort to.
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        Vinuuz
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        But still about par for a 170 hp/184 lb ft sedan in the segment though, right? The 150 odd hp corolla/civic/Focus achieve only a little more. The high efficiency Cruze and Focus have lesser power and torque. Oh, and the 1.8 turbo on this will give you very near the rated hp on a dyno. Germans and their power ratings are rather pessimistic to what the engine actually puts out.
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          I'd be willing to bet that it is underrated by 10-15 hp. They always are.
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          Accord 6MT 2.4 24/34 Passat 5MT 1.8 24/35 Which is better?
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