Early in 2002, a sporty new Turbo S edition of the New Beetle joined the lineup. This model is equipped with a turbocharged, high-output, 180-horsepower, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed-manual transmission. A New Beetle with the turbocharged, 150-hp 1.8-liter engine also remains o... Read Full Report
When Volkswagen debuted the new convertible version of its popular Beetle last fall, it touted the "spiritual connections" of this latest model of the mythical "people's car." That's not just hype. The Beetle Convertible manages to strike the perfect emotional chord, especially for baby boomers who fondly remember the old robin's-egg blue or beige original Beetle convertibl... Read full review for the 2003 Volkswagen New Beetle
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In one month I'll have owned this car for seven years, and it has been super. Runs great in all seasons, climbs mountain highways with ease, handles and rides very nice for a smaller car. And it still... Read Full Review
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