2013 Volkswagen Beetle
2013 Volkswagen Beetle got lots of new things debuted and abundant utilities and features advanced with the latest technology. It is right, that the 2013 Volkswagen has a unique styling performance which is always this iconic retro body style, but the modern specs greatly enhanced to the important part such as powertrain, features and performance.
To the exterior, the 2013 Volkswagen Beetle combined the retro and modern sense. Outside in the front represent an evolution of the existing generation that was sold in the U.S starting from 1998 to the 2010 model and the rear is a bit flattened roofline and the C-pillar that form an arc extending to the rear bumper. Just the unique style we can ever have the car that the significant changes to the appearance. Comparing to its predecessor, the latest Beetle is wider and bigger.
For the 2013 Beetle debut the new convertible model and introduce a turbocharged diesel engine. A soft-top convertible roof will be the great new features to the sun lovers. The roof can be lowered in just 10 seconds. The Beetle now available either of on two gas engine or a diesel that get an impressive 41 mpg highway.
For 2013, Beetle got the premium material to form the interior classy cabin. Some advanced features included such as the new navigation feature, premium Fender sound system also available touch-screen CD stereo and navigation.
The availability of keyless access and push-button start is a nice. The low impression roof line is not actually the truth. The Beetles has plenty of room inside even for the tall driver.
The 2013 Volkswagen Beetle is a four-seat passenger with two-door hatchback and convertible model. The models come with the engine choice: the Beetle 2.5L gasoline, Beetle Turbo turbocharged 2.0L gasoline and Beetle TDI turbocharged 2.0L diesel. Every Beetle is front-wheel drive. The 2.5L powered by 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produce 170 horsepower and 177 pound-feet of torque and a five-speed manual transmission is standard with a six-speed automatic transmission is optional.
the Beetle Turbo powered by turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder generates 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque with an optional DSG transmission and a standard six-speed manual. The TDI-model powered by 2.0-liter turbodiesel that produce 140 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque with a six-speed manual is standard and optional six-speed DSG.
Starting price from $19,795 US Dollars, it will closest to the competitors such as Mini Cooper and Fiat 500.