The 2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible, the optional 2.0-liter diesel motor with 10 horsepower, but also provides a slight increase in fuel economy. A 2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible new trim level called the classic Beetle comes into alignment, and all but the base Beetle now come standard with a rearview camera (late availability).
2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible Introduction
The 2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is as retro as they come. Park with his classic 1960 Beetle on this modern and see plenty of examples of style that has carried over. But the appeal is not merely superficial: When this becomes bubbly Volkswagen reminding all things flower-power, turns out there’s a very good car underneath. An impressive aspect of the 2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is under the hood. Newly updated this year, the four-cylinder diesel engine with turbocharger available gains 10 horsepower and a bump in fuel economy frugally an impressive 34 mpg in combined driving, according to the EPA. If diesel is not for you, the standard 1.8-liter turbocharged engine offers a good combination of economy and power, while “B” rated R-Line gets a 2.0-liter engine has a better effect. Inside the 2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible, also earns points. Sit inside and you’ll find an elegant design that rises above the rules of common economy car, and still is blessed with simple controls and high quality materials.
Unfortunately, the 2015 VW Beetle is not without some problems. The visibility through the small hatchback coupe and convertible is limited blocked views with the top up or folded down. In both cases, it is recommended to opt for rearview camera available again. The camera is an option for late availability, however, so depending on when the Beetle was built, can not have one. Depending on your priorities, it can also be disappointed in the way leads the Beetle. While its engines are strong, it is not a particularly rewarding to drive cornering car, since neither the direction nor the brakes instill much confidence for sporty driving.
A s2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible portier option would be 2015 Mini Cooper. It has lots of personality and is fun to drive, but, like the Beetle, you can become quite expensive. A more practical, if less exciting choice, would own Volkswagen Golf hatchback, which also benefits from a new design, by this year. While it is not available as a convertible, the 2015 Kia Forte Koup, with engine options lively, generous standard features and affordable price, is another of our favorites. Finally, 2015 Fiat 500 is another respectable option, especially if you want an everyday car that is extremely compact and easy to park. In general, however, the 2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible has a very appealing mix of fun and practicality. And we are sure that this is something that people of all generations can appreciate.
2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible Driving Impressions
We are fans of the three available engines in the 2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible. The turbocharged 1.8-liter engine is smooth, powerful and offers respectable fuel economy. The most powerful engine in the R-Line beetle has even more strength and sounds great. Like other diesel Volkswagen models, the Beetle TDI offers plenty of low speed boost and very good fuel economy.
The 2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible six-speed manual is quite possibly the most easily displaced do-it-yourself drive around while the R-Line and sophisticated TDI DSG gearbox is a good compromise for those who want the convenience of an automatic with much performance and control of a manual. That said, the responses of the DSG can be frustratingly slow when accelerating from a stop or slow traffic.
2015 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible Management is respectable adept, although the overall capabilities of the car and steering response are well below what you get from a Fiat 500 Abarth and Mini Cooper S. When just cruising on city streets or the road, however, the Beetle is quite comfortable. Even sports suspension of R-Line shrugs off bumps and potholes. You’ll notice the imperfections of the road, but no rough edges to speak, while road noise is noticeable but not intrusive. After all, the Beetle is a long distance road trip companion nice.