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Volkswagen India opens dealership in Porvorim

Volkswagen India opened a dealership in Porvorim last week reflecting the increasing numbers of VW cars owners on Goan roads. The showroom is a 2S (sales and service) split facility along with Das WeltAuto, catering to the pre-owned car buyers.

  Belonging to the Mody Group, the dealership is under Parth Modi, managing director, Mody Group. The showroom facility comprises of 5,619 sq. m split between the showroom at Porvorim and the service workshop at Verna Industrial Estate. A team of highly dedicated and trained sales consultants are present to assist customers with a suitable carline from a range of VW cars starting with the Polo, Ameo, Vento, Tiguan and Passat. Additionally, the 7-bay service workshop can undertake any preventive maintenance and accidental repair work. 

  Speaking on the occasion, Steffen Knapp, director, Volkswagen passenger Cars said, “With increased market penetration in Goa, our customers are increasingly looking for premium aspirational mobility. This provides us immense opportunity to further connect with our customers in this region. Through this new facility, we aim to increase accessibility and offer our customers true German engineering coupled with safety, highest build quality and a fun-to-drive experience.” 

  Commenting on the Volkswagen India partnership in Goa, Parth Modi, said, “With the inauguration of this new facility, we are pleased to strengthen our relationship with Volkswagen and enhance the accessibility of premium German cars in this region. Through our new touch point in this city, we are confident that we will continue to provide Volkswagen’s world renowned standards of customer care and service.” With the inauguration of the Porvorim dealership, VW now has  total network of 132 showrooms, 113 workshop, 105 DasWelt.Auto outlets in 102 cities across India. VW previously had its showroom in Campal and shifted to a new shoroom in Porvorim.

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