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Volkswagen Just Released Five New Models at the Same Time

For prices that'll make you want to grab more than one!
by Ash Mahinay | May 19, 2018
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Most local car marques release models one at a time, but the madmen at Volkswagen have decided to drop five all-new models at the same time. It'll be a long day of checking things out at the dealership if you go in unprepared, so here's a quick preview so you know which one to look at–look at first, at least–when you get there because three out of the five are already available right now!

Santana
This subcompact is powered by a 1.4-liter MPI (multi-point injection) gas engine that outputs 90PS and 132Nm of torque mated with a five-speed manual. It's SRP starts at just P686,000!

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Santana GTS
The wagon–or "estate" if you're feeling particularly European–brother of the Santana. The GTS is specced with a slightly upsized 1.5-liter MPI gas engine mated to a 6-speed auto. This one follows in November so no price just yet.

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Lavida
This sedan is powered by a 1.4-liter Turbocharged Stratified Injection (TSI) gas engine good for 130PS and 225Nm of torque in line with a 7-speed DSG tranny. It's also loaded with assist tech like an Electronic Stabilisation Program, anti-slip, ABS, parking control, and a push start button of course. It can be yours for P1,171,000.

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Tiguan
VWs new SUV also has a 1.4-liter TSI gas motor and a 6-speed DSG box, the combo moves you with 150PS and 250Nm max torque. It's a cushy place to be with a powered driver seat, "Vienna leather" seats, a panoramic sunroof and a banging eight speaker sound system. P1,648,000!

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Lamando
The final piece of the new lineup also arrives later this year with a 1.4-liter TSI gas engine with BlueMotion tech and a 7-speed DSG. Well worth the wait!

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Volkswagen offers a three year or 100,000km warranty with once a year (or 10,000km) PMS sched. But more importantly, you get a three year warranty for paint and corrosion of the main body– because you want to keep these German beauties looking as good as they do now, of course.

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