Volkswagen Philippines is giving you the chance to experience its vehicles in the metal at the VWorld Weekend. It’s a simultaneous event happening this April 14 to 15, 2018 at two key cities in the country.
The German brand will bring the Comfortline and Highline variants of its Jetta compact sedan. It’s the only model in its segment to have a 2.0L turbocharged diesel engine under its hood. Aside from its stylish looks, what makes it even more attractive for car shoppers is its pre-excise tax price tags of P1,100,000 for the Comfortline and P1,200,000 for the Highline.
Volkswagen is also putting on display its Golf Grand Touring Sport (GTS) which is priced at P1,430,000. This estate comes equipped with five seats, dual climate control, and a 5.8-inch touchscreen head unit with eight speakers and subwoofers for comfort and entertainment. It also boasts 350L more cargo space than its hatchback version. And even though it’s a station wagon, the Golf GTS provides excitement for its driver with its 2.0L TDI diesel engine that generates 150 hp and 340 Nm of torque.
Those who need something bigger can check out the Volkswagen has its Tiguan five-seater SUV. For P2,259,000, you get a vehicle that’s packed with comfort and entertainment features that the whole family would love. Even more, the Tiguan is loaded with airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchors, and a generous amount of driver assistance systems.
Volkswagen will offer special financing schemes for the Jetta Comfortline and Golf GTS Highline. Aside from that, pre-owned VW vehicles will be available during the two-day event. VW genuine accessories and lifestyle items will also be on sale for those who want to bring home a piece of the German brand.
VWorld Weekend will happen at Uptown Parade on 38th Street corner 9th Avenue in Bonifacto Global City, Taguig City. Meanwhile, those living in Visayas can visit the Volkswagen Cebu showroom located at A. Soriano Avenue in Cebu City during the said dates.
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