VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE TURBO

REVIEW:

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,

BEETLE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • six-speed manual
  • Top Speed-120 mph
  • 0-60-7.6 sec
  • Horse power-170 hp
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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.

Styling:

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

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Safety:

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.

Performance:

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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