Volkswagen Cars Price List in India February 2019
Latest Reviews for Volkswagen Cars
<exterior> Like my previous car, Golf VII looks edgy, and I don't feel old no matter how old it gets. I am very happy with this design. <interior> It, of course, is more fashionable and sedate than ...Read more
- Rating : 4.2
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : 31, Jan 2017
The GT Edition is the most relaxing yet fast hatchback ive ever driven in my life. Its like as if the car can switch from being a luxury car and then switch into a sports car. The interior is very ...Read more
- Rating : 5.0
- Review by soultaker
- Date : 31, Aug 2017
the volkswagen polo to me is the best hatchback you can buy in india right now. The interior are high class and is very premium. British engineering also promises high class performance which the car ...Read more
- Rating : 5.0
- Review by Tech guy
- Date : 31, Aug 2017
About Volkswagen Cars
Volkswagen cars come to the spot light every time a person thinks of reliable and affordable German vehicles. Their fuel economic renditions have been gaining immense popularity not only in the Indian realm but also worldwide.
Volkswagen cars soothsaying German domination on Indian tarmacs
Volkswagen or VW is one of the leading names in the Automobile industry today. This German auto giant with its wide range of vehicles has already established its presence in all major countries of the world. Volkswagen cars are known for their comfort and luxury in addition to performance, and this is what the company looks to ponder on in its future products as well.
Listening to the past:
The German Labor Front with its headquarters at Wolfsburg holds the credit of founding Volkswagen. Known as the "people's car," the company holds firm to this motto till date. The company started their journey with luxury models in the 1930's rendering the majority of ordinary men unable to lay their hands on it.
However, it was in the early 1940's with the intervention of Adolf Hitler, that the company began its production of affordable cars for the German market. But, the period between 1945-1948 created a funnel of dark clouds for VW's future. Its factories were taken up by the German army for military vehicular maintenance, and it took almost 4 years for Volkswagen cars to get back on track.
The company saw its prime time from the 1960's to mid-1970's. This period laid witness of their journey from their first Beetle to their first Golf while significant other lineups also began finding significance. 30 years down the line, vehicles belonging to the post-2000s era belong to Volkswagen's fifth generation iterations while the current sixth generation came into existence after 2008.
Global Market reach:
VW cars are available in almost all the countries of this globe. Their affordable and efficient consumer vehicular approach has garnered them with such a response. In 2016, they were bestowed with the title of World's Largest Automaker. The official sales figures clocked at 10.3 billion vehicles in a financial year; setting a global sales records.
In India, Volkswagen cars set their feet in 2007. The company introduced their sixth generation cars with considerable fine tunings for Indian market adjuration. The De-factoring of horsepower numbers to improve fuel efficiency was an important step among others.
Market feedback and response:
An approximation of the company's feedback can be made from a study of its production figures in this subcontinent. As per statistics, VW produced a record number of units (145145 units) from their Pune manufacturing facility in 2016.
This was a 15% increase in overall production from 2015 and their highest since the last nine years of their existence in India. Their exports of Polo and Vento also crossed the 84,000 mark rendering a total growth of 22%.
Future prospects and plans:
Currently, Volkswagen cars have their wings spread through 152 exclusive outlets across 123 cities of this subcontinent. In addition to this, they have close to 170 service centres in more than 200 towns and cities. This, in turn, reflects their hold as well as a response to the Indian market. The company is now planning to expand their services to Grade B cities as well.