Second vehicle and probably the last. Bought a Volvo first, then the Beatle. While the concept is great, the work force is even better! The missing link to all this is the cars themselves. Both turned out to be complete lemons. Great idea, great people, poor product.
Most cars in its price are shaped for performance in a wind tunnel and not pretty to look at. It has style and character. Creature comforts are well accounted for in the Fender and GLE models especially. The 2.0 turbo is surprisingly quick and efficient (28-30 hwy). Stock tires are just ok, but easily upgraded to sticky more quiet rubber (Potenza RE 760's do well in FL)
2008 Volkswagen Beetlebunnybabe - San antonio TX03/21/2012
Very comfortable for long rides and has some great get up and go although it doesn't look like it would. Love all the features, except for the stereo, a bit generic look and it could use audio controls on the steering wheel. Other than that I love it, will definetly buy another VW product.
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