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Wednesday, July 7, 2021

At P3.650M, The 2021 Volkswagen Multivan Kombi Isn't Cheap


After the teaser, and even private viewing sessions, the first batch of Volkswagen Multivan Kombi luxury MPVs have arrived.

If you notice, there is an emphasis on luxury MPV here because Volkswagen Philippines brought in only one variant of the Multivan Kombi and that is the fully-loaded version. The price? Well, since it is German assembled and all, it is P 3.650M.

The Philippine-spec Multivan Kombi is powered by a 2.0-liter TDI diesel engine mated to a 7-speed Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG) with tiptronic function and coasting feature. It has 150 horsepower and 340 Nm of torque. A cruise control is standard perfect for long road trips.

The Multivan Kombi also has convenience and safety features that will be much-appreciated by its owner. The Multivan Kombi offers dual power side doors for ease of entry and exit, while its power tailgate allows you to open and close the rear hatch doors conveniently, so you can do more important tasks at hand.


Inside, it boasts of Nappa leather seats complemented by captain seats in the front and second row, the latter of which can swivel. The third row can still comfortably seat three and offer reclining and sliding functions as well. A multifunction folding table is available and can be positioned in between the second and third rows.

Volkswagen Philippines has also announced that a limited supply of the Multivan Kombi has already arrived locally and will be available in three colors: Reflex Silver, Black Pearlescent, and the Bi-Color Reflex Silver/Starlight Blue for an indicative price range of P 3,650,000. Other color variants of the Multivan Kombi will also be available by special order. 

For more details on this, contact Volkswagen BGC at (02) 8558-5888; Volkswagen Quezon Avenue at (02) 8558-5818; and Volkswagen Cebu at (032) 517-8226. A private viewing can also be arranged at Volkswagen BGC.

7 comments:

  1. So it is an Alphard competitor, I thought it's gonna compete with Starex

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    1. Yeah. Consider us surprised too. We were expecting Honda Odyssey prices.

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  2. IT CAN NOT COMPETE WITH ALPHARD FEATUREWISE

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  3. That price is actually expected due to the Kombi not sourced from SAIC/Volkswagen China plant but imported from Germany (will not benefit from ACTFA tax benefits) and, because it came from Germany, it's being slapped with additional 30% tax duties. It's the same taxes that made Nissan Leaf very expensive.

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  4. once again, VW Philippines brings out another model that will be a hard sell. Maawa na po kayo sa mga salespeople niyo.

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    1. VW salespersons are playing life on the hardest difficulty setting

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  5. Good foresight VW phils on ordering a limited supply of these, they know the drill dahil mukhang limited din ang sales nito hehe..

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