The VW Beetle is fun to drive and just my size! I can reach the glove box and adjust the passenger seat from the driver's seat. There's plenty of storage and I love the sun roof. I enjoy the 5 speed manual transmission and GPS and Bluetooth are real bonuses!
I love my Bug!
2013 Volkswagen BeetleKelly Brantley - Moore Haven, FL12/27/2015
Love my little Bug, the gas mileage is great. The convertible top is just awesome, just a push of a button and it is down.
I had a Jeep soft top before and taking the top down was a chore and of course "no trunk."
So far, I have no complaints with my Bug.
I love driving my bug, for the most part. It is small and compact, so if you are coming from a car or SUV it will take getting used to the smaller quarters, but it scoots around town easily, fits into parking spots easily and is economical on gas! The cons: driving a stick shift in bumper to bumper traffic is the pits and since I have the convertible, there is a blind spot for me when trying to back out of parking spaces or make left turns from forked roads. If you have kids and need space of car seats, this is not the car for you. But, if you love the drive a sporty car to scoot around town this is a fantastic, reliable car!
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