2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI aims to gain more favor from EPA and more frugal, eco-conscious customer with its new achievement; getting 28/41 MPG rating for its manual-transmission convertible. Combined with its six levels of transmission, this makes 2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI a powerful yet budget friendly because it saves more gas money than many other cars with similar machine specifications. The MPG rating and released price are especially enticing for VW lovers because it makes the car priced just a bit under $30,000; a great relief for European car lovers who could not afford more than 30k for a Beetle.
2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI MPG Rating Compared
Even with powerful Turbocharged 2.0 l machine and 6 transmission levels, 2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI can totally compete with other similar drop tops in terms of MPG rating. For example, the Beetle’s cousin Volkswagen Eos that uses the same machine only got 22/30 MPG rating. Fiat 500c, which is also a car with six levels of transmission (automatic, however), only got 27/32, slightly under the 2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI. Mazda Miata, that uses manual transmission yet only in five levels, only got 22/28 MPG rating. However, the Smart Fortwo Cabriolet could gain 34/38 MPG rating with automatic transmission, but that is what you can expect from a smart car.
2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI, Breakthrough in Convertible VW Series
2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI could be a great breakthrough for Volkswagen’s convertible line of series. Compared with previous Volkswagen models with manual transmission, this car offers more machine power yet less fuel for the same distance and performance. The car will be branded a bit more expensive than previous coupe series with manual transmission, but buyers can expect less than or around $30,000 top. With a modern rendition of classic European car that is equipped powerful machine yet less fuel; people would totally line up when they finally release 2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI.