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2010 VW Beetle Red Rock Edition Hatchback

2010 Volkswagen Beetle Review

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Overview
Ever since the Beetle has been brought back from its roots in the early 60's baby boomers and young drivers alike have been flocking to this uniquely designed VW. It was in 1998 when the Beetle was reintroduced to the VW line up and since it has not changed much on the outside, because its half circle shape is one thing that gives it character. There are both coupe and convertible options to the standard Beetle form and the buyer can choose from a six speed automatic or a five speed manual transmission. Besides these options, there are not a lot of choices to be made when choosing a new Beetle besides its color.

The Beatle focuses on bringing a lot of fun and value to the driving experience and does an excellent job at both. The 2010 Beetle starts under $20,000 and offers up to 28 mpg on the highway which make it an affordable and very fuel efficient entry level sedan alternate. The interior of the Beetle offers much more room than expected and can comfortably seat up to 4 passengers.

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