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Showing posts with label Volkswagen Multivan Kombi. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Volkswagen Multivan Kombi. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Volkswagen PH Now Offering Multivan Kombi At Zero Cash Out


Volkswagen Philippines is now adding its Multivan Kombi to its Zero Cash Out promo this March.

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Volkswagen PH Extends Zero Downpayment, Cash Discount Offers


Until December 31, 2021, avail of the limited zero downpayment and cash benefits offer of Volkswagen Philippines on select German vehicles through its partner bank, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) or BPI Family Savings Bank. 

Monday, November 8, 2021

Meet The Tour Company That Uses Volkswagen "Hippy Vans"


Josh Armel and Virgine De Paepe, a married couple is behind San Francisco’s Painted Ladies Tour Company. A fully licensed charter and sightseeing business in the Bay Area, they’ve made a name for themselves by using brightly-hued Volkswagen Buses (aka Type II or the hippy van) for excursions.

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Volkswagen PH Explains Why We Got The T6.1 Multivan Kombi Instead Of The T7


When Volkswagen Philippines announced the arrival of the T6.1 Multivan Kombi in June, it raised a few eyebrows due to the timing. Just a week prior to their announcement, Volkswagen just unveiled the all-new T7 Multivan.

Volkswagen PH Has Heard You, Lowers Price Of 2021 Multivan Kombi (w/ Specs)


Volkswagen Philippines has heard you. After releasing a P 3.650-million tentative price earlier this month, Volkswagen has released the finalized price for its new premium MPV, the Multivan Kombi. And surprise: it’s now made more affordable.

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Volkswagen PH Bringing In Multivan Kombi In Q3 2021


Today’s generation of youngsters and new drivers may have only seen the legendary Volkswagen Multivan Kombi—Volkswagen’s first, most famous, and most beloved van—in pictures or videos. But for those who were old enough to hold the wheels or go on road trips in the second half of the 20th century, the Kombi van has carried with it loads of personal memories and culture-defining history.