The 2013 Volkswagen Beetle is a great choice for the buyer that's looking for a fun, stylish car with a wide variety of engines and trim levels to choose from.
With the optional 2.0L, 200-hp Turbo and the TDI diesel delivering up to 41 mpg highway, there's something for everyone from the performance enthusiast to the most penny-pinching hyper-miler. If you go anywhere in the world you're likely to see someone driving an old Beetle. Not only someone, but anyone. That's because the old Beetle appealed to many different types of people for many different reasons.
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The 2.0T turbocharged engine in the 2013 Beetle produces 200 horsepower, up from 170 in the stock 2.5L engine. The spring to sixty takes 6.8 seconds, a very respectable time in this class. The sporty suspension, brakes and electric-assisted steering make for a joy of a drive, no matter what class or size you compare it to.
The 2.5L Fender Edition may be powered by the stock 170hp motor, but the sound system has been upgraded to a 400-watt offering from Fender. Also standard in this trim is Bluetooth call connectivity, a very handy feature in this day and age of cell phone laws. The dashboard has been trimmed,by Fender, with a quilted 3-tone sunburst. This dash screams cool and is a very classy looking addition to the car. The Fender edition shares some of the same touches as some of the other special models, like the chrome side mirror caps and the 18-inch wheels from the 70's Edition. Starting at $24,440, this may be the best bang for the buck of all the packages.
At $32,295, the 2.0T 60's Edition Beetle is the most expensive package available. Oh, but what a nice one! With its Denim Blue paint scheme with matching painted dash, two-tone sport seats and 18-inch twister wheels as well, the 60's Edition is almost as much fun to look at it is to drive. The addition of the 2.0T turbocharged engine is, of course, a bonus that no one will deny t least considering when deciding on what package to choose when buying a Beetle.
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|Build & Price|
2013 Volkswagen Beetle Coupe$16,988 | 15,499 mi
2013 Volkswagen Beetle$18,771 | 5,788 mi
2013 Volkswagen Beetle$20,488 | 2,321 mi
2013 Volkswagen Beetle$21,100 | 4,339 mi
2013 Volkswagen Beetle$23,990 | 12,275 mi
2013 Volkswagen Beetle$26,000 | 3,373 mi
2012 Volkswagen Beetle$13,997 | 22,010 mi
2012 Volkswagen Beetle$14,000 | 32,147 mi
2012 Volkswagen Beetle$16,994 | 6,087 mi
2012 Volkswagen Beetle$17,777 | 18,411 mi
2012 Volkswagen Beetle$20,890 | 26,936 mi
2012 Volkswagen Beetle$22,488 | 6,842 mi
2010 Volkswagen New Beetle$15,480 | 46,320 mi
2010 Volkswagen New Beetle Coupe$16,598 | 18,374 mi
2010 Volkswagen New Beetle$19,495 | 5,813 mi
2009 Volkswagen New Beetle$10,690 | 62,442 mi
2008 Volkswagen New Beetle$10,000 | no mileage
2007 Volkswagen New Beetle Coupe$7,976 | 97,571 mi
2007 Volkswagen New Beetle Convertible$10,997 | 50,831 mi
2006 Volkswagen New Beetle$10,995 | 112,069 mi
2006 Volkswagen New Beetle Convertible$11,998 | 76,773 mi
2005 Volkswagen New Beetle$8,795 | 76,649 mi
2005 Volkswagen New Beetle$9,446 | 44,630 mi
2004 Volkswagen New Beetle$6,977 | 82,651 mi
2004 Volkswagen New Beetle$9,870 | 69,199 mi
2003 Volkswagen New Beetle$4,000 | 132,292 mi
2003 Volkswagen New Beetle$5,500 | 98,850 mi
2000 Volkswagen New Beetle$5,875 | 79,233 mi