I believe that it is a three letter acronym for Volkswagen Automotive Group,
There are many different tools produced by VAG and used by dealerships.
There is also an aftermarket diagnostic tool called VAG-COM produced by Ross
Tech. Here is their site http://ross-tech.com /
It can be pronounced "vee ay gee", if you prefer. But I and many other
people find it perfectly acceptable to say it like one would the word "bag".
So take your pick. Neither option is incorrect.
2002 A4 3.0Q
Well, If I may offer this ... the German pronounciation of Volkswagen
sounds in English like Folks Vagen.(the "a" is soft like Saab) So if a V
takes on an F type sound, wouldn't VAG be pronounced something like Faag?
This could be plausible depending on what region you are in I guess, and way
off base in some others.
Just a thought.. - Len
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