Volkswagen T-Cross (2019)

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With only two months since its launch, the T-Cross has become Volkswagen’s best-selling imported model   In October, the T-Cross was Volkswagen’s third best-selling vehicle after the Polo Vivo and Polo (including Polo Sedan) which sold 2 937 and 2 620 units respectively. The T-Cross was also in the top five of the best-selling passenger vehicles in South Africa last month. The compact SUV sold 1 132 units in October with a segment share of 20.6%, making it Volkswagen’s best-selling imported model and a fierce competitor in the competitive A0 SUV segment. October’s…

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New Jaguar XF coming….

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OverviewTata-owned luxury automaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is all geared up to showcase all-new reworked Jaguar XF at the 2016 Delhi Auto Expo in February and will be launched in SA market in the early 2016.  The reworked Jaguar XF sedan will compete against the likes of Audi A6, BMW 5-Series, Volvo S90 and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Exterior and Interiors In terms of design, the new Jaguar XF will be very much similar to the outgoing model but will feature quite a few upgrades as well. The external look of Jaguar…

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Volkswagen Passat Launching Now in SA

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The new Volkswagen Passat will make its way to South Africa in the next few weeks and will go up against the likes of the bmw 3 series and the Toyota Camry along with cars like the Audi A4 and the Mercedes-Benz CLA. Expect prices to start around the R300k mark and go all the way post the R500k mark for the larger engine versions. On the exterior front, the sloping bonnet, angular headlamps and wide grille running from end to end with prominent chrome slats give it a sense…

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Volkswagen Can’t Keep Up With Huge Surge In Sales

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 Thanks to heavy incentives, bonus programs, and financing tools, Volkswagen dealers sold more cars in October than the car maker can replenish. It wouldn’t be crazy to assume Volkswagen dealers would be struggling to sell cars in the wake of the company’s diesel emissions scandal. It’s been several months since the news broke, millions of cars are affected, and it feels like every week we find out that it’s even worse than we initially thought. But in actuality, that would be a wrong assumption. As ?Automotive News? reports, many dealers are running…

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