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In fact, here's what Edmunds says about it... http://www.edmunds.com/used/1997/volkswagen/passat/4drglxsedan/overview.html?id=lin0056
So it's not too surprising that the totally different '98 model, as well as the improvements it's seen since then, that they're selling 600% more nowadays! I believe the Passat sells about 70000 units a year...so back in '96, it was only moving about 11-12,000 a year.
The Intrepid used to be good for around 150,000 units a year, but I think that number has waned somewhat, to around 120-130,000. Still, if you want to throw some impressive numbers around, compare that to what a 1992 Dynasty or an '89 Diplomat or, better yet, what a 1981 St. Regis sold! You could easily fudge those #'s to say 1000-2000% (the '81 Rege only moved about 6,000 units...not sure about the other 2 I threw up there).
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