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Beetle Cabriolet full with expert trade

It might look like the of old, but underneath this incarnation is really a Golf. that means you can forget the build quality of the original this new Beetle may hark to the first version, but it’s well made.

Better despite losing its roof, the body is still nice and which helps to prevents shake and allows the soft to give a supple ride. the price you pay for this is limited and excessive body roll bends.

You also suffer a lack of practicality, as you do with funky and fashionable things. You get the in your hair, but room in the and boot space are compromised.

Parking can be a problem, too. the driver’s seat, it’s to see the nose over the enormous And, the cute rounded of the body do nothing for over-the-shoulder it’s hard to get a good whether the hood is up or down.


Always in good but avoid base models no spec

John Owen

Fords of Winsford

Originally, the had 1.6- and 2.0-litre petrol soon joined by a 1.4-litre and a 1.9-litre diesel option. A 1.8 petrol engine came later.

Sadly, although topless, this is one heavy so the 1.4 is just too feeble to cope. The 1.6 is the best all-round choice, it’s cheap and doesn’t up the limitations of the car’s handling.

The other engines aren’t bothering with, but, for the the 2.0 uses the engine from the Mk 4 GTI, making a faster and the 1.9 TDI diesel option is frugal, but expensive to buy. The 1.8T almost pointless performance, a 0-60mph time of less 10 seconds.

No matter which you go for, all cars have a level of safety kit as standard, but models come with a specification than you might including a manually operated

All others have an electric and generally it’s worth out the higher-specification models. And, if you go for a model from after when the range range was and given a mild face-lift.


Remains a strong especially Convertible and diesels


Used car guru

The will cost you only a bit to run than a Golf, so it shouldn’t you off. Strong resale keep used car prices up, but that’s the same of other in this sector including the Convertible.

Fuel economy scary with the petrol and ranges from 39.2mpg to 34mpg on the 1.8 turbo. The 1.9 diesels 50.4mpg.

Insurance on smaller-engined is group 7 and group 9, but if you go for one of the larger that can jump as high as 15. For us, the 1.6-litre has the best balance of economy and lower insurance.

Being a VW, servicing costs and can be slightly higher than but sticking to independent workshops make reasonable savings.

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Always in good but avoid base models no spec

John Owen

Fords of Winsford

On the whole, VWs are but this generation of Golf forms the basis of the Beetle) is not the Mind you, Beetle tend to complain of niggling rather than massive

Some Cabriolets suffer rattling and vibrating windows on roads and the boot can be difficult to causing a dent to appear as a in the centre of the boot lid.

On top of that, the Beetle is prone to the issues that affect the Clutches may need replacing at miles and the 1.8T suffers ignition coil failure.

a convertible, you should always the roof mechanism, and the general of the fabric. Repairs and replacements are

There have been two on the Beetle, one concerning the fuel and the other the anti-lock braking that can lead to fire Make sure they’ve been done.


Remains a strong seller Convertible and diesels


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