• 2012 Volkswagen Beetle: the latest market price

  • One of the most popular Volkswagen (VW) model is the Beetle. In fact, this is one of their models that brought the company its present popularity. Due to this, VW has been exerting the needed efforts to preserve the Beetleís image and performance by redesigning it to match the current trends as well as specs that every new car finder would want from the vehicle they purchase using some of the available auto financing options.

    As of the present, VW distributes and offers the 2012 VW Beetle as the latest version of the legendary Beetle. This model is available in different trim options with the base trim as the cheapest. The company also offers the 2012 VW Beetle 2.0L TSI for car finders who want to own the sportier version of this model.

    Aside from this Volkswagen also plans to launch the Beetle TDI Clean Diesel model for buyers who prefer diesel-powered cars. Since these trims have different specs, each of them has their own particular price and the amount involved in buying a specific version depends of the trim model selected. Due to this, the Beetleís price varies from one trim level to another.

    The 2012 VW Beetle is currently sold at a base price of $19, 675 with the destination charge of $770 included in it. The Beetleís base price is a bit lower than the base 2011 Mini Cooper with a price of about $20, 100 and a few thousand dollars higher than the 2012 Fiat 500 with a starting price of about $16,000 or higher.

    The base version of the Beetle can be a good choice for buyers with a budget of $20,000 since this version is powered by 2.5L inline 5-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission. This combination is capable of producing 170 horsepower which is a best buy for a less than $20,000 vehicle.2012 Volkswagen Beetle: the latest market price

    The 2012 VW Beetle 2.0L TSI is more expensive compared to its base trim since it offers a sportier look and greater horsepower. The TSI is currently sold at a starting price of $24, 165 with the shipping fees included. At this price, car buyers could own a 200 horsepower vehicle powered by a turbocharged 2.0L inline 4-cylinder engine mated to a standard 6-speed manual transmission.

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    Marty Vergel Baes is an SEO Content Writer for three years now. He has been an expert in writing automotive related articles. Among the topics that he specializes on includes car buying guide, car maintenance tips, auto financing, and bad credit auto financing guides for http://www.carfinderservice.com/, http://aboutcar.com/ and http://www.autofinancing.net/. He is also good in conducting SEO research and article distribution with anchor texts on the body.
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