Archive for the ‘Volkswagen Beetle’ Category
With the 2019 marking the last year of the production of the iconic Volkswagen Beetle model, the technology included in the final Beetle will cement its place in history like a time capsule. The Beetle has been around since 1945—or earlier, depending on how you look at it—and the little car has been a central part of automotive technology ever since. The last nearly eighty years since the first consumer Volkswagen Beetles have brought about monumental technological changes. Below we will talk about the kind of technology that made it into the last model of the Volkswagen Beetle.
2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition SE vs Final Edition SEL
Because both trims are new for the 2019 model year, many drivers find it hard to choose between the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition SE vs the Final Edition SEL. How do these trims compare, and which one is the better choice for you and your passengers? Below, we took the time to illustrate the differences between each trim. (more…)
2019 Volkswagen Beetle Storage & Passenger Space
Although 2019 is the last model year for the Volkswagen Beetle, there’s never been a better time to purchase a new Beetle. To celebrate this hatchback’s long legacy, Volkswagen has introduced two new trim levels to send off the Beetle with style. But how spacious is this hatchback? We’ve compiled all the information drivers need to know about 2019 Volkswagen Beetle storage and passenger space. (more…)
2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition Exclusive Features
2019 marks the final year of production for the beloved Volkswagen Beetle. To celebrate its incredible history and pay tribute to the Beetle’s following of enthusiastic drivers, Volkswagen is producing two special Final Edition trim levels: Final Edition SE and Final Edition SEL. Continue reading if you’re interested in learning more about 2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition exclusive features. (more…)
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. (more…)
2017 Volkswagen Beetle head and legroom
Finding a car that has the right engine, performance, efficiency and price tag is hard enough, but tack on the issue of finding one with enough room for your long legs, and finding the perfect vehicle can seem like an impossible task. That’s why tall drivers tend to flock towards certain vehicles which are known to have spacious amounts of head and legroom. Among these models is our very own 2017 Volkswagen Beetle. (more…)
Differences Between 2016 and 2017 Volkswagen Beetle
Volkswagen may offer a lot of great models, but when people think of VW, one of the first cars they likely think of is the iconic Beetle. As we enter the 2017 model year, drivers will need to know the differences between the 2016 and 2017 Volkswagen Beetle. Thankfully, we have all the information you need to know.
How to Get a Pink Volkswagen Beetle
Seeing how the Beetle is such a unique and fun car to drive, many drivers want to get their new Beetle in a color that matches its adventurous spirit. White, silver and black are certainly fine, but it can be a lot of fun to drive a Beetle painted in bright, vivid hues. And of all the colors out there, many drivers wonder how to get a pink Volkswagen Beetle.
2016 VW Beetle R-Line vs 2016 VW Golf GTI
Drivers looking for a sportier driving experience will likely be drawn to the Beetle R-Line and Golf GTI. Few seem to realize the exhilarating ride the Beetle can offer, particularly when equipped with the sporty features of the R-Line trim. That’s why we’re matching up the iconic VW bug with Volkswagen’s thrilling hot hatch in this comparison of the 2016 VW Beetle R-Line vs 2016 VW Golf GTI.
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Design Features
Volkswagen has recently revealed that it will be producing a version of the Beetle Dune concept car we saw a while back. This vehicle delivers an off-road feel and look to the modern Beetle, and we sure can’t wait to get behind the wheel. Though the model retains many of the same specs as the current Beetle and Beetle Convertible models, including the 170-horsepower 1.8-liter engine, the 2016 Volkswagen Beetle design features have us comparing it less to the modern-day Beetle and more to the classic Baja Bug.