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2017 Volkswagen passenger cars updated: Added equipment, increased prices across the range
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10th Aug 2016
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2017 Volkswagen passenger cars updated: Added equipment, increased prices across the range

Volkswagen has released updated 2017 model-year pricing and specifications for its passenger car range, bringing varied price rises depending on model and variant. At the entry point of the German brand’s range is the Polo hatch, which now starts at $17,190 plus on-road costs (ORC) for the 66TSI Trendline equipped with the five-speed manual transmission. All 2017 Polos see a $200 increase over their respective 2016 counterparts, with no equipment changes.
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James Wong
2015 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack unveiled
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19th Feb 2015
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2015 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack unveiled

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19th Feb 2015
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2015 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack unveiled

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Volkswagen Golf Alltrack : rugged wagon variant on local radar
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19th Feb 2014
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Volkswagen Golf Alltrack : rugged wagon variant on local radar

A hard-wearing, high-riding Volkswagen Golf Alltrack variant will join the German manufacturer's popular small car line-up, and the local division is keen to introduce the wagon-based model to Australia. Confirming plans for the rugged Golf wagon, Volkswagen Australia communications general manager Karl Gehling told CarAdvice the forthcoming Golf Alltrack is one of the variants under consideration for our market.
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Volkswagen Golf, Jetta Alltrack crossovers planned: report
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7th Jun 2012
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Volkswagen Golf, Jetta Alltrack crossovers planned: report

Volkswagen is set to expand its off-road-themed passenger vehicle line-up with the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack and Jetta Alltrack models in the near future, according to reports. Autocar reports that Volkswagen appears keen to expand its crossover range, evolving a Golf Alltrack and Jetta Alltrack from the next-generation wagon variants of the two models.
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