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.
The beetle has a truly unique appearance, but other than that it's an average car. I had a beetle with a manual transmission which was really tight, so sometimes jumpy out of first gear (not fun in stop-and-go traffic). The performance was nothing special. And the seating isn't exactly comfortable. Other than that the car's quality is average. After a while minor things go wrong and it can be inconvenient because you have to go to the dealership to get it worked on.
In all honesty the beetle is fun for running around town, but not for a long commute or road trips. Would be great first car for a high school kid; just make sure it's an automatic.
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