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Volkswagen Ireland has revealed a new, additional version of the e-Golf - the 'Executive Edition', with the company stating that the car is aimed at those private or business buyers that want the ultimate e-Golf. It is priced from priced from €39,495 after the applicable VRT Rebate and SEAI grants have been applied.
Volkswagen claims that their new 191 offers will strengthen its position as Ireland’s favourite automotive brand heading into the relevant registration period.
The new Polo GTI is now on sale here. This latest-generation model puts out 200 PS from its 2.0-litre TSI petrol engine and is fitted with a six speed DSG gearbox as standard and boasts a claimed top speed of 237 km/h, getting to 100km/h on the way there in just 6.7 seconds. This is very promising performance, which Volkswagen says matches the very grown-up dimensions of the latest generation Polo.
Volkswagen Ireland reminds us that the clock is ticking for anyone who wants to get a hold of the last of the Touareg N1 Commercial models, which are five seater commercial vehicles offering significant savings for buyers compared to the passenger version of these models.
Volkswagen Ireland has provided details of its 182 campaign offers, which include technology upgrades across the range, zero per cent APR PCP Finance on many models, purchase contributions up to €2,000 and discounts on R-Line equipment packs.
Volkswagen gave a world premiere in China to a near production prototype of the new Touareg SUV, their brand’s largest model.
Volkswagen says that it will be kicking off the new automotive year with the world premiere of the all-new Touareg SUV on March 23 in Beijing.
Volkswagen has begun this year by launching three new models: the Polo Supermini, the compact family sized T-Roc SUV, and the new seven-seater Tiguan Allspace.
Volkswagen has released details of its 181 campaign, which includes technology upgrades across the range, low-rate finance, and purchase contributions of up to €2,000 on cars financed through Volkswagen Bank only.
Volkswagen’s new T-Roc crossover model, which goes on sale in Ireland later this year, will have a starting price of €24,750.