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VolkswagenPH turns over Touran MPVs to Fröehlich Tours

Volkswagen Philippines, recently turned over Touran multi-purpose vehicles to innovative tour, transport and P2P bus services provider Froehlich Tours during a ceremonial handover.
The turnover marks the beginning of a partnership between two dynamic, rapidly rising transport-related companies—Volkswagen Philippines, which, in just three years of operations has become among the most awarded and top-selling European car brands, and Froehlich Tours, which in just over four years of operations has grown from one travel agency with seven tourist coaches in Don Bosco, Paranaque City, to a fleet of nearly 400 tourist coaches, buses, premium vans and sedans.

The addition of 10 Touran MPVs into Froehlich Tour’s fleet—along with 10 Tiguan SUVs, 10 Crafter vans, four units of Beetle with Herbie-themed decals and five CC premium sedans—is seen to add value and prestige to its VIP charter, luxury tour, and passenger van rental services, as the company expands its service coverage to more 5-star hotels, casinos, lifestyle, tourism and entertainment centers.
The Touran is a perfect fit for Froehlich Tours’ transport needs for its diverse but discriminating clientele, as this elegantly designed, German-engineered and crafted MPV is suitable for all body types and sizes, and offers adjustable seating configurations and generous cargo space to handle every purpose. Also, behind every Volkswagen vehicle is its excellent safety features, low cost of ownership and fuel efficiency.
For more details on the Touran and other Volkswagen models, visit www.volkswagen.com.ph, or drop by the dealership network located at Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City; Quezon Avenue in Quezon City; Greenfield District Service Center at Sheridan Street in Mandaluyong City; Molito Lifestyle Building in Alabang, Muntinlupa City; Dolores in San Fernando City, Pampanga; North Reclamation Area in Cebu City; SM in IloiIo City; and, Singcang in Bacolod City.