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I've just ordered a 2002 Passat wagon (1.8T, manual -- none in stock in the Southeast!), and since I'm ordering the thing anyway,
I'm wondering if I should ask for the no-cost option of California/NE emissions certification. It's not required where I live (Florida),
but there's a chance I may move to the Northeast (or even CA) while I own the car. Is the CA/NE version really any different, or
does it just get the paperwork that says it meets the emissions standards? Is it crippled in any way compared with the "regular"
version? (I hope I can stand the wait -- I was told to expect 90 days or so if all goes well.)
 

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Re: California/NE emissions (vwguild)

quote:[HR][/HR]Passats, in any configuration, are *50* State cars[HR][/HR]​
I'm glad to hear it. I noticed, in the order sheet, a "no-cost" option of CA/NE emissions. I guess as long as the sticker
on the car says it's 50-state certified, it's good to be registered anywhere. Thanks for the reply.
 
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