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Friday, July 8, 2022

Check Out Volkswagen's New Home In BGC


Volkswagen Philippines showcased its new home at the center of Metro Manila during the inauguration of AC Motors Centrale in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. The German brand’s line-up of vehicles including its best-selling T-Cross are among the mobility brands highlighted at the one-stop-shop venue.

The Volkswagen showroom is meant to embody the youthful dimension of a motoring lifestyle that combines the hip and fun with luxury, elegance, and driven ambition—qualities that are synonymous with the Volkswagen brand.


At his speech during the AC Motors Centrale inauguration, Volkswagen Philippines President Felipe Estrella expressed, “Our showroom in AC Motors Centrale at the heart of Bonifacio Global City moves motoring lifestyles up several notches by making every customer’s ownership journey a one-of-a-kind Volkswagen experience. A visit to our showroom guarantees satisfaction, while our roster of German-designed and engineered vehicles, is ready to open up numerous possibilities for our customers.”

The Volkswagen showroom at AC Motors Centrale is open daily from 8 AM to 6 PM daily, and can be reached through its contact number at +63 2 8558 5888.


Volkswagen has other showrooms located at: Quezon Avenue, Pampanga, Cebu, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao.

21 comments:

  1. Well, Volkswagen Philippines is a dead brand now cause they did not get any new car models. Thats why there showing oudated car models :/

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    1. T-Cross and Multivan Kombi T6.1 are the newer products of Volkswagen Philippines.
      Tharu is likely coming soon.

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    2. idk if the Tharu was coming, but i hope so

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    3. I believe most VW models in the Ph are made in China. Also that they lack many global models including ID. 4, Atlas, Tiguan, Taos, Jetta, Arteon, Gold(R and GTI), and more.

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    4. I really love to see the VW ID.4 one and even the Tiguan All-Space that would be perfect for the Philippine Market. But they still did not offer some newer ones, but the T-Cross and Kombi is still new. I hope they over those kind of VW vehicle.

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    5. Atlas = Teramont, Atlass Cross Sport = Teramont X, Taos = Tharu. These are also made in China by VW-SAIC including the Tiguan LWB. VW Philippines have not brought them in. They could have gone head to head with the Chery, Geely, MG, etc. made SUV's and crossovers but have not. I don't know why. There's more T-cross i see around and seems to be a seller for VW PH, but they're slow to pivot to the crossover and SUV and still peddle the Santana and Lavida sedans which does not appeal to the market.

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    6. the T-Cross and Multivan are kinda new and both are global models....the Santana I believe is already discontinued in China. If they plan on replacing it maybe bring back the Polo? or maybe import the Virtus from India?

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  3. They should bring in the new gen Tiguan, Touran, Tharu, Teramont (and Teramont X) in order to be more relevant to the market. They have seen they're moving more T-Cross than the Chinese made sedans from SAIC. Only the ayala employees with their car plan - are getting the santana and lavida. Then there's the unfortunate souls opting for the very old Tiguan. Good thing they have the T-cross as an alternative recently.

    If they had to market sedans they should just limit it to their luxury models like the Passat and Phideon.

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  4. They shod bring in first a new leadership in ac motors, it seems dear out of touch of market reality.

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  5. Fix muna service department

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  6. tcross owners are experiencing faulty fuel pumps but vw ph still hasnt issued a recall tsk tsk

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    1. Sounds bad for VM Ph. A friend just bought a T-Cross recently…

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  7. All other brands have recalled their defective FUEL PUMPS....wonder why VW hasn't recalled theirs?

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  8. It seems Volkswagen are pulling out of the Philippines by 3 or 4 years from now because of poor leadership and dismal sales

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    1. Yeah if the management keep bringing old models from china, just like what ac motors doing on maxus - bringing old unreliable models instead of latest models from china. Bring asap the turbo tcross!

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  9. Its Ashamed that VW Philippines discountinued the car models like Passat, Golf, Golf GTI, New Bettle ( even tho Volkswagen Bettle was discountinued in germany and other countries ) thats why they brought some " chinese vw car models " to bring it in Philippines.

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    1. You have to consider that bringing those models made outside China-ASEAN area will incur exorbitant taxes which, in turn, will result in luxury car-like prices. Mind you that even the VW Kombi exported from Europe (Germany) caused it to reach the PHP 3M mark when it arrived here.

      Hence, I understand why VW and AC Motors switched car sourcing to China to take advantage of ACFTA.

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    2. Understandable to bring in China made cars - but they have not brought in the Tiguan, Tharu, Touran, and Teramont at the least given the propensity for the past few years for SUVs and crossovers. Geely, Chery, MG has been killing it in the local market and VW-SAIC has models to go up against these. They've brought in the T-cross only.

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    3. Yes VW Philippines is lagging lately on their car releases. Maybe AC Motors id slowly scaling down their VW venture?

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  10. H ok for vw ph to source from china, d problem is what they brough here from china were all old models except for d tcross which by d way is non turbo. Hey ac motors bring here d turbo tcross n d latest models of vw from china n add more dealerships. Ditch dat unreliable maxus, no amount of good marketing could improv d sales of jerky unreliable maxus

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