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Used Volkswagen Beetle For Sale

 
The Volkswagen Beetle is classified as a compact vehicle that can get up to 26 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 33 MPG on the highway. It has 174 hp (horsepower) and has a curb weight of 3,045 to 3,239 pounds. It comes standard with a 2.0 L 4-cylinder engine and is available in two different body styles. These body styles include the Hatchback and the Convertible.
 
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2005 Volkswagen Beetle
$7,019
92,275 miles
Amityville, NY
Automatic
2L 4 cyl

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2000 Volkswagen Beetle
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113,581 miles
Long Island City, NY
Automatic
2L 4 cyl

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Classified as a compact vehicle, the Volkswagen Beetle can get up to 26 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 33 MPG on the highway. It has 174 hp (horsepower) and has a curb weight of 3,045 to 3,239 pounds. It comes standard with a 2.0 L 4-cylinder engine and is available in two different body styles. These body styles include the Hatchback and the Convertible. The compact car's official name is the Volkswagen Type 1 or Volkswagen Bug and it has been in production since 1938. It was one of the first rear engined cars and there has been over 21 million of them manufactured. The Beetle is the longest running and most manufactured vehicle of a single design throughout the entire world. For a few years, the compact car was replaced with the Golf and Rabbit until it returned to the market, still as popular as it was before. The car's concept and functional objectives were formulated by the then leader of Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, who wanted a cheap, simple car to be mass-produced for his country's new road network.