Decent engine; distinctive looks; confident highway ride; convertible option.
Limited rear headroom; not VW's plushest interior; convertible's awkward trunk.
The faux-buggy Dune version has been discontinued and Volkswagen has arranged trim levels into S, SE, Final Edition SE and Final Edition SEL. As a result, there's a redistribution of equipment and options across these four trims. The new Final Edition versions include a lot of standard equipment for their prices. See the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle models for sale near you
It seems that a Final Edition SE is a no-brainer. Or a Final Edition SEL is still cheaper than a regular SE with the Premium Package. Each buyer will have an idea on whether or not a fixed roof is the preferred choice. Find a Volkswagen Beetle for sale
The 2019 Volkswagen Beetle is available as a coupe or a soft-top convertible. All the convertible versions have a powered fabric roof, tonneau cover, insulated glass rear window and a rear spoiler.
The S coupe ($21,790) and S convertible ($26,890) have 16-in alloy wheels, leather-wrapped steering wheel/shift knob/parking brake lever, cloth upholstery, manually adjustable front seats (heated in the convertible) with height adjustment for the driver, power windows, 50/50 split/folding rear seats, air conditioning, cruise control, heated side mirrors, a rearview camera, blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, Bluetooth, a trip computer, and an 8-speaker audio system with a 5-in touchscreen, AM/FM radio, a CD player, an auxiliary input and a USB port.
The SE coupe ($25,290) and the SE convertible ($29,290) are fitted with 17-in alloy wheels, rain-sensing wipers, heated washer nozzles, a powered tilt/slide sunroof (coupe only), comfier front seats (heated in both the coupe and convertible), keyless entry/ignition, a self-dimming rearview mirror, simulated leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, ambient cabin lighting, a 6.3-in infotainment touchscreen and satellite/HD radio.
SE versions are eligible for a Premium Package ($2,500) that brings 18-in alloy wheels, parking sensors front and rear, navigation, a Fender-branded audio system upgrade, fog lights, bi-xenon headlights and LED daytime running lights/taillights/license plate lights.
Final Edition SE coupe ($24,040) and Final Edition SE convertible ($28,190) versions come with cloth/simulated leather upholstery and stainless steel-covered pedals. These cars are less expensive than their non-Final Edition SE counterparts, but have virtually the same sets of features.
Final Edition SEL coupe ($26,890) and Final Edition SEL convertible ($30,890) models have the contents of the Premium Package as standard, along with real leather seating surfaces.
|Basic||6 Years/72,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||6 Years/72,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||7 Years/100,000 Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
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