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When it first came onto the market in 1994 the Eurovan had 109HP and a 2.5L engine towards the front, powering its front wheels. This came as a big improvement to Volkswagen’s previous vans which were driven from an engine at the rear of the vehicle. Eurovans produced between 1995 and 1998 will be campers with four seats as standard or an optional extra middle bench to create a six-seater. These campers have built-in kitchen areas, wardrobe space and sleeping room for two people. From 1999 Volkswagen began producing Eurovans for general use rather than just for camping. With a more powerful 2.8L engine the GLS and MV Eurovans can hold more cargo or tow trailers with heavier loads, which makes them more suitable for commercial use. These models have 7 seats, and there are optional extras for the MVs, such as a pop-up roof with a 2 person bed and a refrigerator. The Eurovan is available with 5-speed manual transmission or 4-speed automatic transmission.