2016 Volkswagen Beetle
4,865 Miles
$20,997

Springfield, PA
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2015 Volkswagen Beetle
25,130 Miles
$21,750

Colmar, PA
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2014 Volkswagen Beetle
10,461 Miles
$19,500

Colmar, PA
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2014 Volkswagen Beetle
20,000 Miles
$13,848

Harrisburg, PA
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2014 Volkswagen Beetle
46,091 Miles
$11,977

Payette, ID
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2013 Volkswagen Beetle
55,091 Miles
$16,995

Downers Grove, IL
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2015 Volkswagen Beetle
29,815 Miles
$15,893

Abilene, TX
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2014 Volkswagen Beetle
21,945 Miles
$19,850

Colmar, PA
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2014 Volkswagen Beetle
21,758 Miles
$14,990

Colmar, PA
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2016 Volkswagen Beetle
27,846 Miles
$15,991

San Antonio, TX
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2014 Volkswagen Beetle
28,617 Miles
$20,788

Melbourne, FL
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2016 Volkswagen Beetle
31,015 Miles
$14,950

Arlington, TX
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2016 Volkswagen Beetle
7,552 Miles
$16,917

St. Louis, MO
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2013 Volkswagen Beetle
43,430 Miles
$17,995

Gurnee, IL
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2016 Volkswagen Beetle
27,103 Miles
$17,920

Fair Lawn, NJ
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2013 Volkswagen Beetle
95,478 Miles
$8,495

Janesville, WI
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2015 Volkswagen Beetle
$25,765

Trenton, NJ
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2014 Volkswagen Beetle
25,059 Miles
$18,874

Harrisburg, PA
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2012 Volkswagen Beetle
41,323 Miles
$13,990

Bend, OR
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2015 Volkswagen Beetle
47,301 Miles
$14,588

Henderson, NV
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Volkswagen Beetle Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.9
Value
3.7
Performance
3.5
Style
4.4
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
3.9
Maintenance
3.4

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2012 Volkswagen Beetle - A Couple of Growing Pains

Bainbridge Island, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
3.0
I was so excited when the redesigned beetle debuted in 2012 that I bought it within the first few months. I regretted this pretty quickly as I noticed some issues within the first couple of weeks. For example, the curved windows would not roll up all the way. I researched online and found this to be a common issue. Volkswagen repaired them with no questions asked because they acknowledged how common it was and that it was the design of the cars fault. It became very inconvenient as I needed mine replaced multiple times. I imagine this has been fixed in the newer versions. Other than that I love the look and feel of this car. The price is a little expensive but that goes with the novelty of owning a beetle compared to other typical compact cars. The gas mileage is less than average and ... (more)
Story
I loved that I was one of the first to buy the new redesigned Volkswagen beetles. I would often get stopped by people telling me they loved my car. It is always nice because it is easy to park in a big city.
Pros
My favorite features are the way it drives and the feel of the interior. It feels so smooth when driving. It is quiet and handles nicely. Do not have to put your foot to the floor to reach highway speeds. Also the interior has nice leather details and lots of headroom in the driver and passenger seat.
Cons
The curved windows can be a headache. The windows roll down automatically a little when getting out of the car and then when you shut the door roll back up into the top of the car. This can be frustrating when they get stuck. Also the MPG is not up to par with other smaller cars on the market.

2004 Volkswagen Beetle - Great Starter Car

Cape Coral, Florida
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
I bought this car when I was a senior in high school and used it all the way through to my sophomore year of college. It was the perfect car for me, the convertible top made it so much fun to drive around all year in Florida. It was small, which made it easy for a short person like me to drive, but big enough that I could have friends in the back seat. And for such a cute car, it had some seriously good pickup. Unfortunately toward the end, it just wouldn't start sometimes. I would try to go to work, and it would start and we couldn't jump it. We would take it in to the hop and they would say they can't find anything wrong with it. Eventually we had to sell it because I couldn't risk having to miss work if my roommates weren't around to take me if the car wouldn't start.
Story
My last day of high school, I put the top down and drove to the beach with some friends. The feeling I got was just so happy.
Pros
Convertible top Really cute Good Size Comfortable to sit in and drive Decent fuel efficiency Not a bad price. Especially for a college student
Cons
Sometimes wouldn't start, couldn't figure out what was wrong with it The convertible top was manual A lot of shops refused to work on it because it was a Volkswagen so I had to take it to dealership which usually cost a lot more

2002 Volkswagen Beetle - Economical

Tuxedo Park, New York
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I like my vehicle for the following reasons: It is an economical car getting 30 miles to the gallon. Although it is an older vehicle it gets me to and from work. It is a lot roomier than expected and when the seats are folded down it can store lots of things. I would look into getting a newer car of this type because of these features.
Story
General car rides are fun
Pros
Some of the positive things about this car are economical with gas usage. It also has great leg room as I am a taller person. It has great pick up for a small car. I enjoy driving it as it is a 5 speed manual transmission but would not get an automatic transmission. The car has held up since it is an older car with little or no rust or mechanical breakdowns.
Cons
Negatives about this car include the price of repairs. It is expensive to even get a small repair and parts are hard to find. It has several blind spots in this car. The car is not the best in the snow but it is useable in the snow with not too much sliding. It seems to use a lot of wiper blades s well. The engine runs a bit hot so the oil has to be checked frequently and when an oil change is preformed, synthetic oil should be used.

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