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Volkswagen serves the carrot on a plate with Polo!

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How do you feel when you see VW rims on Skoda?  

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    • Indifferent ...
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    • Owner of the Skoda couldn't find Skoda rims
      5
    • Owner tries to disguise the Skoda as a VW
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$65,900. That

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$63,300 is the promo price.

Think waiting period now is a few months.

 

VW expects the Polo to grab a 10% maarket share of the compact hatch category in Singapore.

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For Sale: Why? Moving out of town

 

New Volkswagen Touran Sport 1.4 TSI (DSG) for $93,300.

 

Make: Volkswagen

Model: Touran

Description: new, not on the road, COE $15k

Reference price on SGCARMART at $100.3k on 25 Sep, $101.3k on 19 Nov

 

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we can't deny though the Jazz will be cheaper on parts as it's less complicated and easy availability. But with S'poreans not driving their cars past 5 years, this does not really matter.

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