Volkswagen

US union vote won't affect VW plans

 US union vote won't affect VW plansVolkswagen, the world's third-largest automaker, which is considering  whether to make a new SUV in Mexico or Tennessee, shocked Southern union rivals by engaging in talks with the United Auto Workers about creating a German-style "works council" at the Chattanooga, Tennessee plant.

Volkswagen Group Australia acknowledges that its after-sales service needs improvement

Volkswagen Group Australia acknowledges that its after-sales service needs improvementEarlier this week, Volkswagen Group Australia (VGA) admitted - at an event marking the local launch of the Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk7 - that it needs to improve its after-sales services.

Volkswagen to offer free car inspection in Australia

Volkswagen to offer free car inspection in AustraliaGerman automaker, Volkswagen has said that it will soon offer free car inspection to its car owners in Australia.

Golf GTI All Set for Sales in Europe

Golf GTI All Set for Sales in EuropeAll new Golf GTI is all set for sales in Europe in May. It will be coming in two different levels of power output and that are 220PS and 230PS.

Not only it will be having two different levels of power output, but it will be available in different models that are GTI and GTD. Price for the GTI will start from Rs 20.19 lakh and for the GTD; one has to pay 20.91 lakh.

New Volkswagen Up to cost from £7995

New Volkswagen Up to cost from £7995The newest edition of the Volkswagen car, the Volkswagen Up, will arrive at UK showrooms in next spring the celebrated carmaker confirmed.

The entry-level model will be available with a price tag of £7,995, while the special edition Up White and UP Black will cost from £11,180.

Volkswagen expects to attract more male customers with its new Beetle

Volkswagen expects to attract more male customers with its new BeetleGerman automaker Volkswagen has given its iconic Beetle tougher look and more power with an intention to attract more male customers.

Volkswagen believes that the Beetle for 2012 will bring the customer ration between male and female buyers to 50:50. The Beetle has always attracted more ladies than men. More than 65 per cent of the previous New Beetle model’s buyers were ladies.

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