Articles about Volkswagen Philippines

Which value-for-money crossover are you taking?
The subcompact crossover segment just keeps getting bigger and bigger. The latest addition to this continuously growing list is the Chevrolet Tracker. Seeing as it's yet another feature-packed, bang-for-your-buck small SUV, we've decided to pit it
How does this German offering stack up against the rest of the segment?
When Volkswagen Philippines launched the Santana in 2018, it was doing more than just introducing a potential Vios or City competitor. Priced at well below P1 million, the subcompact sedan was spearheading the brand's local transition into a more budget-friendly
The two-tone finish will cost an extra P45,000
Volkswagen Philippines gave us a mere sneak peek at the Multivan Kombi the last time around. Today, the carmaker has released more specs as well as the introductory prices of its new people-hauler.First, let's talk pricing. Contrary to the
DPs will be settled as hold-out deposits and can be withdrawn after 24 months
If you're in the market for a brand-new sedan, you might want to check out Volkswagen Philippines' latest promo.For the month of July, the carmaker is offering its vehicles with no cash-out through its 'Zero in on a
Which would you choose for P1.2 million?
Just when you thought the subcompact-crossover segment couldn't get any bigger, a new entry lands on our shores. Volkswagen Philippines has finally joined in the cute-ute party with its T-Cross. How will it fare against the segment's
More info on this upcoming release
The Volkswagen Kombi is making a comeback. The German carmaker is launching the Multivan here in the Philippines with the iconic 'Kombi' moniker attached to it, and we're kind of excited at the proposition.If you're interested, Volkswagen Philippines has
Something for the zoomers
This bright and cheerful thing is the new Volkswagen T-Cross, fresh off its recent launch. This is the German brand's subcompact-crossover offering. It seems that the folks at AC Motors have a thing for colorful SUVs-one of its
The subcompact SUV will officially go on sale later this month
They're officially here, people. Volkswagen Philippines has just confirmed that the T-Cross has already landed on local ports, and the company was kind enough to share with us some actual photos of the new arrivals.According to VW Philippines, the
Deals on the Santana, Santana GTS, Lavida, and Lamando are available
If you're in the market for a brand-new car this summer, you've got to check this out. Volkswagen Philippines is offering massive discounts on four different models-the Santana, Santana GTS, Lavida, and Lamando.The Santana MPI MT is
To be launched next month
In March 2020, Volkswagen Philippines confirmed that it would be introducing the T-Cross in the local market. If this is a release you've been keeping an eye on, you'll be happy to know that we finally have a launch
Were you planning on dropping by?
Well, Metro Manila and several other areas have been placed back in enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). The move comes as authorities grapple with yet another surge in COVID-19 cases ahead of the Holy Week holiday weekend.In line with this, several
Two more VWs will also be on their way after this launch
Volkswagen Philippines teased the launch of a new subcompact SUV last month, and our initial guess was it's the T-Cross that's on its way here. Well, we finally have confirmation.In a recent roundtable discussion, company president Felipe Estrella
Do you think this would be a good addition to VW’s local lineup?
Does our market need another crossover? We'll go out on a limb and say no. But will carmakers continue bringing them here anyway? Well, it appears so, whether we like it or not.Volkswagen seems to be up next on the
Worth checking out?
For the longest time, Volkswagen was a brand that was relatively outside the budget of most Filipino car buyers. Then came the Santana, and the company's lineup changed forever.The subcompact sedan was launched in May 2018, spearheading the German carmaker'
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