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Saturday, May 1, 2021

First Batch of 2021 Volkswagen T-Cross Has Arrived


In less than a month, Filipino motorists will wake up to the sight of Volkswagen’s globally acclaimed subcompact SUV. For now, Volkswagen Philippines has confirmed that the initial batch of T-Cross units (click here for the complete specs and info) have arrived and are being processed at the port. That dream of driving your an affordable Volkswagen will finally be realized in one crossover.

Cocooned in a trendy design and youthful interior layout, the T-Cross reflects your sophisticated yet fun sense of style which will allow you to carry along the loads of your passions and pursuits, as well as the tools for your continuing success. Complemented with unparalleled German precision, the T-Cross is designed and engineered for the modern and active millennial with a multi-faceted lifestyle.


By May 26, 2021, one of these T-Cross subcompact SUVs may be going straight to your garage, so take the wheel of your own dreams and steer it your way. Reserve your own T-Cross unit now and avail of the P 30,000 discount off the introductory prices of the T-Cross 180 MPI AT S from P 1.098M, discounted at P 1.068M; and the 180 MPI AT SE from P 1.198M, discounted at P1.168M up to May 26, 2021 only.

For your T-Cross reservations and queries, you may call Volkswagen BGC at (02) 8558-5888; Volkswagen Quezon Avenue at (02) 8558-5818; Volkswagen Pampanga at (45) 961-1895; Volkswagen Santa Rosa at (0935) 427-8545; Volkswagen Cebu at (32) 517-8226; Volkswagen Iloilo at (33) 331-2622; Volkswagen Bacolod at (034) 435-7575; and Volkswagen Cagayan de Oro at (088) 851-7960.

Check out the full specs of the 2021 Volkswagen T-Cross here.

5 comments:

  1. Which is better or more reliable? VW T-Cross, Kia Stonic, Hyundai Venue or Suzuki Vitara?

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  2. where's the turboMay 6, 2021 at 9:47 AM

    I'd rather have AAC import from FAW - the T-Roc over this. slightly bigger with a 1.4Turbo. Also, since they're adamant with SAIC - import the Teramont and Teramont X. FAW produces the Golf GTI as well. Also, the very old and aging Tiguan they import and sell is still the 1st Gen from SAIC. Why shortchange consumers? Launch and import the 2nd Gen Tiguan already. the 2nd gen already had a facelift and the philippines is still left with a very old 1st gen tiguan. They should fire the people in VW philippines.

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    1. The new Tiguan and Teramont are indeed part of VW PH's plan. They haven't given the exact timing though.

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    2. where's the turboMay 6, 2021 at 11:03 PM

      Thank you for the quick reply Uly. Good that they plan on bringing the Teramont and Tiguan to the Philippines. They should stick with the global models rather than force consumers to accept the China only models.

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