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2010 Volkswagen New Beetle What's new for 2010? 
2010 Volkswagen New Beetle

In its final year, the 2010 New Beetle is reduced to a single trim and offers only a few options.

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2009 Volkswagen New Beetle What's new for 2009? 
2009 Volkswagen New Beetle

The New Beetle is reduced to one, well equipped trim level. New features for 2009 include heated seats and washer nozzles, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob and a leather handbrake cover.

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2008 Volkswagen New Beetle What's new for 2008? 
2008 Volkswagen New Beetle

The new trim level names are S and SE. Volkswagen has deleted fog lights, leather seating and rain-sensing wipers from all models, but has added a tire pressure monitoring system as standard equipment.

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2007 Volkswagen New Beetle What's new for 2007? 
2007 Volkswagen New Beetle

New colors and a Special Edition trim (late arrival) mark the big changes for 2007. Powertrain choices are reduced to one: A new 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine.

About Volkswagen New Beetle

Iconic convertibles seem to be making a comeback, and there is no ragtop more iconic than the VW Beetle. The 2010 Volkswagen New Beetle Convertible makes a great looking drop-top and offers the power, safety and comfort that was, obviously, not part of the first-generation Bug. The engine is up front, as are the drive wheels, but with the top retracted the feel from behind the wheel is very much just like old times. Stereotypes aside, the New Beetle convertible is one of the few practical drop tops that can be enjoyed by anyone with a modest budget and a love of fresh air. A word of warning: if you want one you'd better move quick, because VW has announced this will be the final year for the New Beetle Convertible and its replacement is uncertain.