Archive for the ‘Volkswagen Beetle’ Category

What are the Differences between the 2019 and 2018 VW Beetle?

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018
2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition vs 2018 Volkswagen Beetle

2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition vs 2018 Volkswagen Beetle

As you might have heard, the Volkswagen Beetle is coming to a sad but dignified end. The 2019 Volkswagen Beetle will be the last of its kind, dubbed as the Final Edition. No further production is planned for a 2020 Volkswagen Beetle.


Is the Beetle or the Golf the Best Volkswagen Hatchback?

Thursday, August 9th, 2018
2018 Volkswagen Beetle vs 2018 Volkswagen Golf

2018 Volkswagen Beetle vs 2018 Volkswagen Golf

The Volkswagen Beetle will always hold a place in history as not only an iconic hatchback and an iconic Volkswagen vehicle, but as an iconic vehicle throughout all of automotive history. However, within the Volkswagen brand, the VW Golf family has been steadily growing in popularity, headed by the traditional Volkswagen Golf compact hatch. So, which is the better Volkswagen hatchback for drivers? Is it the 2018 Volkswagen Beetle or the 2018 Volkswagen Golf?


Recommended Tire Pressure for 2018 Volkswagen Models

Friday, April 13th, 2018
close up of Volkswagen grille logo badge

Recommended Tire Pressure for 2018 VW Atlas, Beetle, Golf, Jetta, Passat, Tiguan

What are the recommended tire pressure levels for all of the 2018 Volkswagen vehicles? You should be able to find this information in your manual, printed on the front interior of the driver’s door, and with the Volkswagen tire pressure monitoring system if have it equipped. However, if you’re having any trouble finding this information, don’t worry. We have the recommended tire pressures for the 2018 models of the VW Atlas, Beetle, Golf, Jetta, Passat, and Tiguan listed below!


What Colors Does the 2018 Volkswagen Beetle Come In?

Friday, January 12th, 2018
2018 Volkswagen Beetle dune parked in desert near diner cafe

2018 Volkswagen Beetle Paint Color Options 

The love bug is back, baby. For another year, the ever iconic Volkswagen Beetle has returned with its 2018 model. Sporty, spiffy, and spunky, the 2018 VW Beetle is a hatchback stuffed with fun, excitement, and style. Aside from its admirable and famous frame, the 2018 Volkswagen bug brings many more options to have fun and stylize with 10 different color options! From a wide rainbow of choices, find the bright and colorful appearance that’s right for you. Build the 2018 Volkswagen Beetle that you want with plenty of personal touches and a beautiful coat of paint.


2017 Volkswagen Beetle Color Choices

Friday, December 16th, 2016

As iconic as they come, the Volkswagen Beetle has become a familiar staple in households all across the country due to its attractive engineering and range of mechanical options. Because the Beetle is always being modernized while still holding true to its roots, it remains a fan-favorite among those who are looking to showcase their quirky personality. The 2017 Volkswagen Beetle is no different, sporting the same iconic design but with cutting-edge features that separate it from other boring coupes and sedans. One design attribute that drivers love is its bold color choices that are available during the customization process. Check them out below!


Which Charity Does #PinkBeetle Raise Money For?

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
2017 VW #PinkBeetle

You may remember our blog post back in June about the new 2017 #PinkBeetle, the first vehicle to ever be named as a hashtag and the first Beetle to be offered in Fresh Fuchsia Metallic paint. With sales of the limited-edition #PinkBeetle beginning in October, Volkswagen has celebrated by taking the month of September to auction off the first #PinkBeetle to raise money for breast cancer awareness.


A 1966 VW Beetle on Jay Leno’s Garage?

Friday, August 5th, 2016
A 1966 VW Beetle on Jay Leno's Garage

Jay Leno’s Garage is known for featuring some of the most unique and outrageously expensive vehicles in the world, so what convinced him to feature a 1966 VW Beetle? A turbocharged, sports-car engine modification might have something to do with it! Mario Markakis, the 1966 Beetle owner who built the car, says the car is rated at 250-280 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque. Many aspects of the Volkswagen have been retained, including the retro look of the car and the four-speed transmission. See how it drives in the episode of Jay Leno’s Garage below! (more…)

2017 VW Pink Beetle vs Dune Convertible

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016
2017 VW Pink Beetle vs Dune Convertible

Model year 2017 will bring significant changes to the Volkswagen line of vehicles, but perhaps the most exciting updates will be seen on the VW Beetle models. Volkswagen recently announced the arrival of the stylish #PinkBeetle and the Beetle Dune, which both feature unique styling features and color options. The Dune will be available as a convertible with the rollout of 2017 Volkswagen models; to celebrate all the updates, we’re comparing the Pink Beetle and the Beetle Dune. (more…)

Is the 2017 Volkswagen #PinkBeetle a convertible?

Friday, June 3rd, 2016
Is the 2017 Volkswagen #PinkBeetle a convertible

VW recently announced that the #PinkBeetle, originally revealed as a concept model at the 2015 New York Auto Show, will go into production as a 2017 Volkswagen model. Available as both a coupe and a convertible, the #PinkBeetle, the first vehicle to be named as a hashtag, will go on sale in fall 2016. (more…)

2016 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible vs 2016 MINI Cooper Convertible

Sunday, May 15th, 2016
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible vs 2016 MINI Cooper Convertible

If you want a subcompact car that will also provide a high level of driver enjoyment and let you put the top down for a Sunday cruise, your options are somewhat limited. However, that’s not necessarily a bad thing, as the available options are quite strong and unique. Both the 2016 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible and the 2016 MINI Cooper Convertible offer substantial equipment and performance specs – not to mention personalities unmatched among competitors. (more…)