Discover the Different VW Bug Trims
The VW Beetle Bug is an iconic vehicle. One look and people can’t help but think about the good old days. You might be surprised by how many options come with the Bug. With six Bug trims, you can go retro, classic, cool, funky, luxurious, or fun with your 2017 Beetle.
If you love the good old days, the VW Beetle Classic is right up your alley. This looks just like the Bugs of the past, down to the checker-trimmed seats, but it has updated features, such as a touchscreen navigation system. If you want the best of today and yesterday, this is your Bug.
The name says it all. The #PinkBeetle is a gorgeous Fresh Fuchsia Metallic. It also has Pink Club cloth seating surfaces and pink accents throughout the interior. You will love this vehicle at first blush.
That takes you to the Beetle Dune. This one also says a lot with its name. The Dune Buggy acted as the inspiration for this cute and sporty vehicle. It’s more aggressively styled than the other options, and even has a rear spoiler. If you want a Bug with an attitude, this is your guy.
Beetle 1.8T S
Get a little sporty with the Beetle 1.8T S. The vehicle has sport-designed bumpers for the front and back, along with automatic headlights so you won’t lose track of where you’re going. Plus, it has a 5-inch touchscreen sound system so you can jam out to tunes while taking curves along the road.
Beetle 1.8T SE
Get a little bit more with the 1.8T SE trim. The V-Tex leatherette seats add some extra style, and the ambient lighting keeps things fresh and funky inside. Plus, it has a ton of tech features so you will ride the wave of the future in this vehicle.
Beetle 1.8T SEL
Get the top of the line with the Beetle 1.8T SEL trim. The panoramic sunroof lets the fresh air in, and the 6.33-inch color display with touchscreen navigation makes traveling easier. Plus, it has a Blind Spot Monitor so you won’t have to worry about someone sneaking up on you when you’re changing lanes.
What the Trims Share
With so many trims, you might think that the Bug is all about differences, but it also has some similarities. All of the vehicles have a 1.8-liter supercharged engine that produces 170 horsepower. Most get 24 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, although the Dune gets 31 mpg on the highway.
If you’ve always wanted a Bug, now is the time. From pretty and pink to sporty and fun, Ray Brandt VW in Harvey, Louisiana, has the Bug for you. Stop by and get yours today.