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2017 Volkswagen Beetle

A year after the higher-riding Baja Bug-inspired Beetle Dune coupe debuted, a convertible version arrives for 2017. The limited-edition #PinkBeetle, meanwhile, is a rolling statement of pizazz. Across the 2017 Beetle lineup, only automatic transmissions are now offered.

2016 Volkswagen Beetle

The 2016 VW Beetle gets a simplified trim lineup, including a new value-added 1.8T S. Automatic Post Collision braking is made standard, while all but the base S trim gain VW Car-Net App-Connect.

About Volkswagen Beetle

Cars don't get much more iconic than the VW Beetle. Volkswagen's cheery 2-door coupe and convertible have been capturing hearts for over six decades, and in that time VW has sold over 21 million cars. While the size of the Beetle has grown and its technology and safety features are as modern as any other car, its essence remains. The 2017 VW Beetle carries that torch as an efficient, affordable and fun hatchback or ragtop with timeless style. Small enough to excel in city dwellings, the 2017 Beetle is more substantial than other retro-revivalists like the Mini Cooper and Fiat 500. If the standard Beetle isn't niche enough, new variants include the beefier Beetle Dune or #PinkBeetle -- whose hashtagged name implies everything you need to know.

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