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The Volkswagen Fox

it’s heritage including Microbuses, and Rabbits, the Volkswagen Fox back to the premise of it’s design; an economic car that is to purchase and yet enjoyable to the driving Formost, the Fox was inexpensive to purchase and In 1987, a 2-Door Fox could be for less than $6,000 and attain 30 miles on a gallon of gas driving).

Despite it’s low the Fox was given ample interior and more that a modest of equipment. The driving characteristics sporty and the suspension reflected of a European sports car. The was small, but surprisingly capable in the

One of the best features of the Fox was it’s They are durable and dependable, breaking down or expierencing any mechanical malfunctions. As with any Foxes are easier to repair vehicles of other makes.

other VW’s of the late the Fox was given a square cut, body design. It was a comfortable familiar of the earlier parts of decade. However, most makers were shifting to a curved, aerodynamic shape for cars. This made the fox shorter, slower, and mildly The body did maintain a classy, look than other

The Volkswagen Fox was a charming little car and it’s niche well. It was to many people and still has of fans and drivers today. it was never the sales hit that the Bug or was, so the Fox was only marketed for a year span.

History of the Fox

The Fox was first built in 1987 by VW in The Fox was intended to serve as a small, car with pseudo-sports economy in The entire Production run lasted 7 (1987-1993), seeing 7 different styles and one redesign.

The Fox was shipped to the US and Canada in ’87 with a 1.8-liter [1781cc], longitudinally mounted, 81-horse fuel-injected, single-overhead-cam gasoline (Adam’s VW Fox Page). The Fox carried the engine throughout it’s run.

The Fox was first introduced three body styles; a a four-door, and a wagon. All vehicles had a 4 manual transmission. An optional 5 manual was introduced in 1988 and was only on the GLS (sport) series.

For the 1991 model year, the Fox was a redesign. Most of the mechanical of the little car stayed the same, as the were (for the most strictly aestetic. The headlights changed, sporting a wider The turn signals in the front were done away and the headlight mounted signals had a tint. Also, different were used.

After the the wagon was no longer imported North America and the 4-door made it to the United States, reaching Canada. A pickup version of the Fox was also made. The the Volkswagen Saveiro, was never to North America either, because of the dismal sales of the VW The Saveiro is still in production in America and can be purchased in Brazil or for between fourteen and seventeen dollars.

Unfortunately, the 1990s saw Fox sales off. 1993 saw the last Fox off the assembly line in Brazil. the Fox never enjoyed the 60+ year run of the several examples were Even though it was not the same success as some of it’s many owners and drivers are now dedicated fans to the Volkswagen

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