Articles about Volkswagen Philippines

Say hello to VW's contender against the Hyundai Kona and Nissan Juke
It's front and center of the main hall
It's almost impossible to miss the Volkswagen Philippines booth-it's positioned front and center at the spacious World Trade Center hall. The cars are assembled symmetrically in perfect German fashion. There are five on each side, chairs and tables in
A welcome break from the routine
It's been five years since Volkswagen formally entered the Philippine market via the Ayala Group. Since then, Volkswagen Philippines has been active in motor shows and marketing initiatives to promote its cars. But while we see a few VW badges
Volkswagen is clearly aiming for volume
Back in May, Volkswagen Philippines shook up the local auto scene by revamping its lineup and introducing the Santana-the German carmaker's most affordable offering in our market to date. But if you thought the company was done for 2018,
'Made in China' isn't a bad word anymore. Well, most of the time
I've always liked Volkswagen's "little" SUV. Stellar highway ride, refined drivetrain, restrained Euro style. But early units breached the P2,000,000 mark, a consequence of unfavorable exchange rates and tariffs. In recent months, Volkswagen Philippines has been making waves
How does it stack up against the Japanese giants?
The Volkswagen badge is German, but it's taken on a Chinese flavor here in the Philippines. The manufacturer recently overhauled its local lineup by launching five new models, all built in China. Their goal, Volkswagen PH COO Klaus Schadewald says, is
For the first year
Volkswagen Philippines recently overhauled its lineup, bringing in new Chinese-made models to our shores. Three of these models, the Santana, the Lavida, and the Tiguan, are available now in dealerships. As an added incentive to reserve units, the German marque is
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