In light of Volkswagen Quezon Avenue’s 1st year anniversary, they’ll be heading up to Baguio City to share the blessing with the people this Holy Week. From March 22 to 27, 2016, tons of fun activities will be lined up for the family plus vehicle test drives and exclusive promos.
From 10:00 am to 8:00 pm on the said dates, Volkswagen Quezon Avenue can be seen with a lively booth at the Baguio-Ayala Technohub in Camp John Hay. There, they’ll showcase 3 of their most sought-after models; the Beetle 1.2 MT, Jetta 2.0 MT, and the Tiguan 1.4 MT. They call these cars their “Power of Three” for all the good reasons like stylish looks, commendable quality, and responsive powertrains to cite a few.
Tourists and locals are invited to take part in this celebration. There’ll be public test drives of the Beetle 1.4 DSG, Touran 2.0 DSG, Tiguan 2.0 AT, Polo Sedan AT, and Touareg 3.0 AT. Interested Baguio-based buyers will also get a chance to grab exclusive cool promos should they avail their own Volkswagen within the event period. As for current VW owners, a Service Caravan will be conducted from March 22 to 23 wherein they can have their vehicles checked and serviced.
As Easter approaches, things will get way better for the whole family. On March 26 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, kids and kids-at-heart can enjoy great bonding moments in activities such as face-painting, glitter tattooing, and more. Bundles of balloons, bags of popcorn, and cotton candies will also be given away.
All these will culminate on March 27 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm as more events will be held. If you happen to be in Baguio City this Holy Week, Volkswagen Quezon Avenue welcomes you. Don’t miss out on this exciting occasion.
For more of Volkswagen Quezon Avenue, check out their Dealership Profile. You may also visit the AutoDeal Car Guide to know the latest on Volkswagen Philippines and their model lineup.
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