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Volkswagen partners with India’s car rental startup Zoomcar for shared mobility

Volkswagen, the German automobile manufacturing giant has announced its collaboration with self-drive car rental startup Zoomcar in India. The partnership will help potential customers...

Volkswagen India to invest Rs. 84 lakhs in girls’ higher education

World's one of the biggest car manufacturing company, Volkswagen (India) has joined hands with the Lila Poonawala Foundation. Both the organisations signed a Memorandum...

Volkswagen to bid heavy on electric vehicles, aims to produce 22...

German automaker Volkswagen on Tuesday said that it will ramp up its production of electric vehicles to 22 million over the next ten years...

NGT fines German automaker Volkswagen with ₹500 crore for using ‘cheat...

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday imposed ₹500 Crore on German automobile company Volkswagen for using 'cheat device' in its diesel cars in...

Volkswagen Tiguan – The Qashqai beater?

Looking for a family car?. Many would suggest buying a hatchback, but the same family comfort may be found here. In the new Volkswagen Tiguan. But...

The Volkswagen Passat – Competition to the Audi A4?

The sale of luxury saloons is coming into a slow pace. But, the competition in the market is at an all-time high. This can be...
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New Volkswagen Tiguan Comfortline

Volkswagen Tiguan Comfortline packed with one of the most advanced technologies available in the market. It comes with 12 years anti-perforation warranty. Tiguan Comfortline equipped with...
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Volkswagen’s limited edition Polo GT Sport launches in India

Volkswagen has launched sports variant of its popular car Polo GT in Indian market. The limited edition variant is priced at ₹9.21 lakh ex showroom New Delhi.

How has Volkswagen’s downsizing influenced the new Touareg?

The Volkswagen Touareg isn't the V-10 monster that it was, owing to environmentalism they have made it "a more efficient and responsible car". Or have they?