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Used Volkswagen Beetle, Phoenix, AZ

Used Volkswagen Beetle

Own a Volkswagen Beetle and you drive one of the world’s most iconic vehicles. Of course, today’s Beetle is a far cry from the VW Bug of decades ago, but in many people’s eyes, a beetle is a beetle. and is markedly changed from the New Beetle that helped usher in the new millennium. Today’s beetles offer beefier looks, bigger proportions and a sleek 4-passenger interior that takes cues from its Audi cousins. But its Beetle essence remains with its rounded shape and retro vibe.

Used Volkswagen Beetle Interior

Whether coupe or convertible, all VW Beetles have four seats. The front seats are spacious but the rear seats are a little tight. Today’s Beetle’s interior is clean and simple with easy-to-use controls. A center armrest makes long commutes more comfortable. Multiple storage bins in the center console are ready for cell phones. And there’s the “kaeferfach” – an upper, secondary glove box that’s a throwback to Bugs of yore. Coupe models have a hatchback design and surprising cargo space – 15.4 cubic feet.

Used Volkswagen Beetle Interior

Today’s Beetle is bigger, beefier and sportier-looking than the old style beetle. It is still instantly recognizable, but its iconic shape has been elongated. A rear spoiler that’s standard on the R-Line and optional on other models injects sporty appeal. Convertible Beetle models have a power-operated folding fabric top and a trunk lid instead of the hardtop’s liftgate.

Used Volkswagen Beetle Standard Equipment

The Classic edition is the least expensive model. Included is an automatic transmission, 5-inch touch-screen navigation system, heated front seats, Bluetooth connectivity and audio streaming, cruise control and tilt steering wheel. Audio entertainment is provided by an 8-speaker AM/FM/CD/satellite radio system with iPod and auxiliary connections. R-Line models have the most powerful engine and 18-inch alloy wheels. Note: all new VWs come with one year/10,000 miles of free scheduled maintenance.

Used Volkswagen Beetle Optional Equipment

Options on some used Beetles can include navigation system, panoramic sunroof, keyless access, 18-inch alloy wheels, and premium Fender audio system. R-Line models can be had with bi-xenon headlights, leather interior and upgraded 19-inch wheels.

Used Volkswagen Beetle Engines

The old 4-cylinder air-cooled engine is long gone. Today’s beetles all have water-cooled 4-cylinder engines. The base powerplant is a 1.8-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with 170 horsepower and up to 33 mpg. The new diesel engine in the Beetle TDI earns up to 41 mpg and provides a stout 236 lb-ft of torque. The zippiest Beetle is the R-Line with its 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that makes 210 horsepower. All Beetles are front-wheel drive.

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