The Beetle continues its impressive run, adding more standard features to this year’s model.
What could make the iconic Beetle even more lovable? Why a convertible top of course!
The Beetle’s unique design and robust technology features have enabled it to enamor a modern fan base of loyal drivers.
The Beetle convertible delivers the same features and technology you love about the standard version, but with a retractable top.
The Beetle convertible lets you feel the wind in your hair while enjoying signature Volkswagen comforts.
The popular Volkswagen Beetle coupe returns for 2016 with added style and more amenities.
The iconic Beetle is back with the updated, open-air convertible version drawing wide appeal amongst loyalists.
Offering credence to its 1960s iconic moniker, the Volkswagen Beetle Coupe is a delightfully sporty, modernize and attractive coupe.
A moniker that is deeply rooted in the past, the modernized and elegant Volkswagen Beetle convertible offers new technology with a taste of classic styling.
A modern version of the classic Beetle, the 2014 Volkswagen Beetle Coupe is a sub-compact available with a diesel engine.
Now available with a multi-link rear suspension, the 2014 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is a bundle of fun with vintage-inspired style.
Now offered with a TDI engine that produces 140 hp, the 2013 Volkswagen Beetle is a two door subcompact hatchback with seating for four.
The roofless variant of the standard Beetle, the 2013 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible sports a modern look peppered with vintage style.
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In 2003, the 1.8T engines were offered on the base GL model. Powered windows and cruise control were now offered as standard features alongside premium alloy wheels. All models, except the base GL, got a new sunroof, too, and the sports trim was eliminated. In 2004, the GLX trim was dropped, a new TDI engine was introduced, and brand new 16” and 17” wheels debuted. New standard safety features were added that included head curtain airbags and better head restraints. MP3 and satellite integration, along with a few new body colors, were the only big changes for 2005. The updated Beatle got a newer, sleeker style, new bumpers (front and back), new headlights and tail lights, a new interior console, new gauge cluster, updated sun visors and a new trim as part of the major 2006 redesign. In 2007, the TDI trim was discontinued. 2008-2010 saw no major changes to the popular new Beetle.