Perhaps Volkswagen’s most recognizable model, the Beetle has been a cultural icon for decades. In 2011, the Beetle’s quintessential body was slightly altered, but the general shape remained the same. You might be asking yourself how safe the 2017 Beetle is. That’s a normal thing to ask. We all do it. With cars, areas we visit, anything. Continue reading to learn about the 2017 Volkswagen Beetle’s safety features.
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2017 Volkswagen Beetle safety features
As one might expect, the 2017 Beetle received five-star rating across the board from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It also received “good” ratings from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. What led to those positive reviews? See our list below.
Standard safety features
- Driver, passenger, rear, side/rear head, rear body air bags
- Four-wheel ABS
- Four-wheel disc and drum brakes
- Brake assist
- Electronic stability control
- Night vision
- Rollover protection system
- Blind spot monitoring system
- Auto-leveling headlights
- Lane departure warning
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What is Volkswagen’s night vision?
You might be asking this question after reading our list. Night vision is simply a camera system within the car that allows the driver to see better at night. The backup camera features a night mode which helps to illuminate objects that would otherwise be difficult to see in dimly lit areas.
There are many more features, safety and otherwise, included in the 2017 Volkswagen Beetle. Those interested should contact us today and we can answer any additional questions!
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