Saturday, September 24, 2016


All more up to date 2016 Volkswagen Beetle picks up another S trim level and another infotainment framework with a 6.3-inch touchscreen for higher evaluation models. Programmed post-crash braking is presently standard on all Beetles. The Lighting bundle is another accessible alternative and accompanies HID headlights with LED inflections and a LED back tag. All new 2016 Volkswagen Beetle is a front-drive conservative auto that is accessible as a two-entryway car with a trapdoor or a convertible. A diesel motor is likewise offered in both body styles.

Two gas motors are accessible in the 2016 Beetle and they are matched to decision of manual or programmed transmissions.

Model: Beetle 1.8T

Motor: 1.8-liter turbo I-4 – five-speed manual or six-speed programmed transmission

Power: 170 hp/184 lb-ft of torque – five-speed manual or six-speed programmed

EPA-Rated Fuel Economy: 25/34 mpg city/interstate (Beetle Coupe), 25/34 mpg (Convertible, programmed), 23/31 mpg (Convertible, manual)

Model: Beetle R-Line

Motor: 2.0-liter turbo I-4 – six-speed manual or double grip programmed

Power 210 hp/258 lb-ft EPA-Rated Fuel Economy: 23/31 mpg (manual), 24/30 mpg (programmed), 23/31, mpg (convertible)

Behind the split-collapsing back seats, there's 15.4 cubic feet of payload space that can be extended to 29.9 cubic feet. The Beetle convertible has less load space at 7.1 cubic feet. Albeit Beetle TDI diesels have been sold on this era two-entryway, as a consequence of Volkswagen's EPA outflows duping embarrassment, the diesels are not as of now confirmed available to be purchased until an appropriate fix is found.
All Beetle models come standard with dual front, front-side and side curtain airbags regardless of the body style. Blind spot warning and rear cross-traffic alert are available only on the SE and SEL trim.
In the base S trim, standard features include a five-inch infotainment touchscreen, Bluetooth connectivity, a rear spoiler, 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, auto-dimming rearview mirror, cloth upholstery, and front lumbar support. SE models add a larger 6.3-inch touchscreen and a rearview camera while the range topping SEL model comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, navigation, and a Fender audio system. R-Line models come standard with 18-inch alloy wheels, sport seats, a performance gauge cluster mounted on the dash, a rearview camera, keyless entry/start and a sportier suspension setup. Top-of-the-line R-Line models come standard with navigation, a Fender audio system, a panoramic moonroof or sunroof . HID headlights can be had as part of the Lighting package in higher trim levels of the Beetle.
What We Think
In a 2014 First Test of the Beetle GSR, which is an extraordinary release form of the R-Line, we said that the auto offers a lot of punch for awesome straight-line quickening and is bounty amusing to drive on this present reality; be that as it may, it isn't as engaged as the GTI with regards to general execution. The auto highlights sharp controlling, and an all around tuned manual transmission that makes the most out of the 2.0-liter turbo-four. Notwithstanding, the auto isn't a particular GTI on the grounds that it has a lot of body roll and doesn't have brakes that are as forceful. We noted in a 2014 First Test survey that the Beetle convertible drives performs correspondingly to its roadster partner while the additional weight doesn't degrade the auto's general taking care of. For cruising, then again, the Beetle convertible stays very much protected on account of its seven-layer roof,  which keeps exterior noise out

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