Does a 2002 VW Beetle have Turbo?
With the infusion of a new 180-horsepower 20-valve 1.8-liter turbo engine (the most powerful four-cylinder ever offered by VW), this year the Beetle moves into a whole new realm in the world of small-car cruising.
How many miles do Volkswagen Beetles usually last?
How long Do Volkswagen Beetles last? A carefully driven and well-maintained Volkswagen Beetle can be expected to last 150,000 miles, or 10 years based on driving 15,000 miles per year. However, VW bugs are known for their high cost of repairs.
What kind of car was the Volkswagen Golf in 2002?
A two-door compact sporty variant of the Golf, the 2002 Volkswagen GTI seats five passengers and is available with either a 1.8L turbocharged engine or a 2.8L V6. The 2002 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan is a compact five-passenger sedan available in a wide range of manual and automatic trims – all of which are well-equipped.
What kind of car is a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta?
The 2002 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan is a compact five-passenger sedan available in a wide range of manual and automatic trims – all of which are well-equipped. Offering more cargo room than the sedan version, the compact 2002 Volkswagen Jetta Wagon seats five passengers and offers three efficient engine choices.
What kind of car is a 2002 Volkswagen Cabrio?
A four-passenger compact two-door convertible, the 2002 Volkswagen Cabrio is now in its final year of production and is offered in three trims; the GL, GLS, and GLX. The 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan is a stylish and well-equipped minivan that features seating for up to seven passengers and dual sliding side doors.
What does the New Beetle Turbo’s have?
Beyond its extra punch, the Turbo S includes just about every goody in the New Beetle inventory–power sunroof, Monsoon audio with a six-disc CD changer, leather seats, power windows and mirrors, keyless remote entry, stainless-steel foot-pedal cladding, and tasty aluminum trim touches inside.