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Briannen's Beetle: Brakes, exams, and a sore head

It’s been a few months since we last caught up with Briannen and her Beetle. The 16-year old is restoring her first car, a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle, with her VW mechanic dad, Mark, who is teaching her all the tricks along the way, and we will be following her every step...

I love my car more than my family and friends

I have a confession to make. I’m madly in love with my car. In fact, so much that I love it more than my family, friends, and even my cat. Now I should make a disclaimer here: I don’t love it that much I want to do weird stuff with it, like this guy. I just simply can’t get enough of it, and I know I’m not alone...

2015 Volkswagen Beetle Review: R-Line

The Volkswagen Beetle is a modern motoring icon. The 'new' Beetle appeals to buyers on a range of fronts, with this R-Line model perhaps the pick of the bunch.

CarAdvice top three cars of 2013: the testers' picks

Jez Spinks - Editor-in-chief 1. BMW i3 Will electric cars ever be bought by the masses rather than a minority mix of wealthy early adopters or government fleet buyers? We’re still many a year away from the former scenario, but the BMW i3 (above) is one of the most convincing examples of the breed yet...

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Volkswagen Beetle R-Line review : A more brutish Bug?

http://www.caradvice.com.au/324424/?yt_desc - Read the article here. A couple of years ago, Volkswagen pretty much admitted what the rest of the world knew: the Beetle, once the people’s car, had become a bit of a girl’s car. So it went to great lengths to make the new one more masculine, giving it a few sharper lines, making it much better to punt around, and ditching the vase for your gerbera...

Volkswagen Beetle Video Review

The Bug is back in new-generation form. Will we fall in love with it?

Volkswagen Beetle Comparisons

Volkswagen Beetle Old v New: 1965 v 2017

Cars of the 1940s and 1950s around the world were big and trimmed to the gills in chrome. While most looked like airplanes and were stunning to look at, they also cost a small fortune to run. Enter the Volkswagen Beetle. First introduced in 1938, the tiny ‘people's car’ shot to prominence after World War II...

CarAdvice top three cars of 2013: the testers' picks

Jez Spinks - Editor-in-chief 1. BMW i3 Will electric cars ever be bought by the masses rather than a minority mix of wealthy early adopters or government fleet buyers? We’re still many a year away from the former scenario, but the BMW i3 (above) is one of the most convincing examples of the breed yet...

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Car News Daily: Your daily download

Plenty has happened in the world of car news over the last 24 hours. If you haven't had time to read all the news on CarAdvice.com, catch up on your way home with Car News Daily, as Mandy Turner reads each news story word-for-word...

Volkswagen e-Beetle debuts e-Up's updated drivetrain

The Volkswagen e-Beetle concept will make its debut next week at the 2019 Frankfurt motor show, and is powered by a version of the updated drivetrain which will soon grace the e-Up in Europe. In adopting the electric powertrain, the e-Beetle adopts the same front-engine, front-wheel drive layout as the e-Up...

Why the Volkswagen Beetle reached the end of the line

From Hitler to Herbie – and from hippies to hipsters – the Volkswagen Beetle transcended generations.  Almost everyone has a story about a Beetle, a car that made most people smile – and left others bruised during games of “Punch Buggy” if the other person spotted one before you did. In the end, though, even millennials couldn’t keep the Love Bug alive...

Volkswagen Beetle ends production

Volkswagen has produced the very last Beetle at its Puebla facility in Mexico, marking the end of an eight-year production run for the third-generation model. The final vehicle – a ‘Denim Blue’ Beetle coupe – will be put on display at the company’s museum in Puebla “as a lasting tribute to the automobile’s rich and storied heritage”...

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Volkswagen Beetle Owner Reviews

2002 Volkswagen Beetle 2.0 Ikon Review

The Volkswagen Beetle is a great, zippy, low-cost car to run. It's also cheap on fuel and great for parking and city driving but space for passengers is limited.

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