The volkswagen beetle turbo comes with 170-hp turbo four has a standard five-speed manual for peppy performance; a six-speed automatic is optional. The car Dune gets the automatic, sits 0.2 inch higher, and has off-road styling elements. The 210-hp turbo four R-Line is the hot rod,
- six-speed manual
- Top Speed-120 mph
- 0-60-7.6 sec
- Horse power-170 hp
Comfort & Quality:
A power-folding soft top keeps the Beetle convertible relatively quiet when up, retracting smoothly to the open position in 9.5 seconds and closing in 11 seconds.
The convertible also gets a detachable wind guard that stows in the trunk and installs over the rear seats, so there is no plus-two action allows you with the guard in place.
Much has been made of the more masculine look of the newest car to wear the Beetle name, but in truth, it’s just a bit more gender-neutral than the very cute, but also very female-friendly New Beetle.
The shape is a clear throwback to the “people’s car” of old, with a rounded profile that has a more chopped
safety equipment on the Beetle includes the usual front, side, and curtain airbags; anti-lock brakes and stability control; and active headrests.
A rearview camera is standard on SE and SEL trims. The SEL trims also add a blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alerts.
The Beetle isn’t about all-out performance, rather both options are meant to find a nice balance between fun and efficiency. Moreover, The base engine is a 1.8-liter turbocharging inline-4 rated at 170 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque.
The car is with a 5-speed manual or 6-speed automatic.
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