Volkswagen EuroVan Models and EuroVan History

Following being on hiatus for five years, Volkswagen's minivan the EuroVan was released in the U.S., boasting a new design, a powerful six-cylinder engine and updated safety enhancements. In 2000, remote entry was added alongside privacy glass in the rear windows, with subtle updates made to various trim levels. Numerous upgrades were in store for 2001, including: an upgraded V6 engine that made 201 hp, an electronic stability control system, a new stereo and standard fog lamps. It would carry over through model years 2002-2003 basically unchanged.

New and Used EuroVan Prices, Volkswagen EuroVan Model Years and History

A minivan entering its final production year, the 2003 Volkswagen EuroVan is a modern version of the popular VW Buses of yesteryear and can seat up to seven passengers.
The 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan is a stylish and well-equipped minivan that features seating for up to seven passengers and dual sliding side doors.
A stylish minivan with room for seven, the 2001 Volkswagen EuroVan offers passengers a well-equipped interior and sliding side doors for easy ingress and egress.
The 2000 Volkswagen EuroVan is a stylish minivan that seats seven passengers and is fitted with a V6 engine rated at 177 lb-ft of torque.
The 1999 Volkswagen EuroVan is a stylish people mover that fits up to seven passengers and has a 20 mpg highway fuel economy rating.