Reviewing the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle

The Beetle has proven itself to be one timeless beauty with its classic design that yet remains relevant and contemporary to modern times. VW has announced the probability of phasing out the Beetle from its line up by coming out with two swanky final editions but so it was being said every time a new edition emerged. We decided to investigate and get some insider thoughts on this from Seaside car dealerships a well-known entity lining up VW who came up with some awesome info. Reviewing the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle we came to realize that the Beetle managed to retail the original styling aspects but expertly managed to stay with the times with modern design and upgraded technology. The VW beetle comes in 4 trim levels with two new trims to choose from in 2019, the Final Edition SE and Final Edition SEL which are both worth checking out apart from the S and SE.

Exterior Design Legacy

With looks and curves that will never go out of fashion as proven by the Beetle, VW stays with the original framework and cherished colors that are uniquely Beetle. This year, two new color tones are added to the palette as special editions – the suave and gentle Safari Uni and the stylish Stonewash Blue Metallic. The ever-smiling front facia features available Bi-xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lights lining the legacy and signature rounded light enclosures. The overall design remains unchanged from the last revision and there is a rear spoiler above the LED taillights. Quietly nested are twin exhaust outlets on the rear that are a mark of modern vehicles. The Exterior design incorporates some innovative enhancements such as heated, power operated side mirrors that are standard and 16-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels. On the Final Editions S/SEL, you have a panoramic power tilt and slide sunroof, rain sensing wipers and sport design front and rear bumpers.

Upgraded Interiors

The interiors of the 2019 Beetle constantly received upgrades with every release thereby keeping up with the times and upgraded style and luxury trends. The base S trim retails cloth seating surfaces with 6-way manually adjustable front seats but the steering is leather wrapped and multifunctional with a leather wrapped shift knob to match. As you move up the trims, you get V-Tex Leatherette on the SE and Final Edition SE and Leather seating with diamond stitched design on the FE-SEL. You have Cruise Control as standard. From the SE onwards you get some useful features such as Dual-zone automatic climate control, keyless entry and interior ambient lighting.

Upgraded Technology

Reviewing the Beetle further, we can’t help but ogle at the awesome use of technology throughout the vehicle from the infotainment options to safety features. The Beetle comes with a Rear-View Camera system, Blind Sport Alert and Rear Traffic Alert as standard. The most basic S trim is fitted with a Composition Color 5-inch touchscreen display, a CD/MP3 player and Bluetooth, while the higher trims get a Composition Media 6.3-inch touchscreen with proximity sensor.

Steady Performance

Car dealers near Seaside clarified that all the VW Beetles in the 2019 line up come with 2.0Liter turbo engine that generates 174 horsepower and gives an awesome 33mpg Highway mileage as per EPA estimates.

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