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This 1992 Volkswagen Passat Syncro is a Canadian-market wagon powered by a 1.8L inline-four equipped with a factory G-Lader supercharger and paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, Syncro all-wheel drive, and independent rear suspension. The car is finished in Dark Teal Metallic over grey and was imported from Canada to the US in 2018 by its previous owner prior to its recent acquisition by the selling dealer. This Passat is now located in Gerogia and offered with a clean Georgia title.
The exterior is finished in Dark Teal Metallic paint accented with Syncro graphics on the rear quarter panels, texurized black trim on the upper bumpers and rub strips, and Passat CL G60 badging on the rear hatch.
The car is equipped with a roof rack, roof-mounted antenna, headlight washers, and Syncro badges on the front fenders. Stock 5-spoke wheels are mounted with Yokohama Avid rubber.
The cabin features grey leather upholstery with matching carpets and dash, which was shared with the contemporary Corrado. Equipment includes variable-level heated front seats, factory switchgear, and a Bluetooth-capable Alpine stereo. The center stack has been cut beneath the climate controls. Approximately 271k kilometers (~168k miles) are shown on the digital odometer.
The 1.8L 8-valve inline-four is equipped with a G-Lader scroll-style supercharger and was factory rated at 158 horsepower with 166 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to all four wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission and Syncro all-wheel drive system