• Thursday, December 07, 2023
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VW Centre replicates automakers DNA in Nigeria


Customers of Volkswagen models in Lagos are now in for better days ahead following the opening of the Volkswagen Centre, a subsidiary of Stallion automobile multi-franchise dealership in Nigeria. The dealer inaugurated the avant-garde VW showroom and quick service section that management says depicts the Volkswagen DNA.

That is not all, the foremost VW Centre promises to integrate attractive pricing structure and customer-centric after sales service initiative that would re-enact the confidence of the motoring publics in Volkswagen automobiles.

Only last weekend, the motoring journalists were at the new VW Centre during which period Manish Daryanani, head, sales and marketing, Volkswagen Centre Lagos stated that the showroom was fundamental to the harmonization of ideals and re-evaluation of the Volkswagen brand.

Located between the trio of Audi, Skoda and Porsche showrooms in the Akin Adesola high street of Victoria Island Lagos, the facility will ease access to these European automobiles and also serve as a rallying point for European brands of automobiles marketed by the Stallion Group.

“This facility is borne out of Stallion Group’s commitment to the Volkswagen dealership as well as her determination to re-awaken the confidence of teeming motoring publics in the VW brand,” the company’s sales and marketing helmsman noted.

Daryanani who expressed the company’s excitement at the completion of the VW facility said “We are looking forward to unlocking the huge potential of the showroom which will give us great opportunity to present the Volkswagen range to our valued customers in all its variety.”

A subsidiary of Stallion Motors, the new outlet follows VW adaptable module concept design that is gradually being rolled out across VW dealership worldwide. The new VW showroom is uniquely clad in white framed aluminium with seamless fusion of style and elegance to signify the brand’s corporate identity.

As an architectural masterpiece of sort, the centre is imbued with crystal display area for up to 10 vehicles with an ambience and spacious climate controlled drive-through reception area and comfortable customer lounge that makes shopping a simple task.

Customers would also appreciate Volkswagen unique hospitality at the coffee bar as well as free WIFI access and interesting broadcasts on flat screen TVs while shopping for their choice Volkswagen cars.

Meanwhile, the Centre has concluded plans to increase VW model line-up by adding new vehicle segment such as the Polo ‘G’ and new Jetta to enable teeming Nigeria motoring publics to have variety of models to choose from.

Coupled with this, the sales and marketing helmsman said the centre is introducing attractive pricing structure that fits all customers that choose to drive Volkswagen models.

And as part of the company’s expansion plan, Daryanani said the Volkswagen Workshop in Lagos has been relocated to Amuwo Odofin along Apapa/Oshodi expressway from its previous location at Gbagada. The relocation he said will enable the franchisee offer better after sales service to existing and potential customers.