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.
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 my new Beetle. It is bright red and gets a lot of attention. It's nice to really DRIVE a car after having a Ford for so long. I wish I had bought this car sooner.
The gas mileage is very decent, in the low 20's. I got 300 miles on one tank.
The car is really spacious, because the back seats come down, so I can plop my bike in the back, no problem.
At first, I thought something was wrong with the car because of the strange noises, but I realized the sunroof was not exactly "aerodynamic". This is a 2012 and Im not sure the sunroof even working 100% at this point!
In terms of repairs and such, I have no comment because I havent had it long enough.
There isnt much I would change on the car. The pleather seats are probably durable, but when it's very hot here, you'll burn your tush to bits. The key is ridiculous and bulky.
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