The 2013 Volkswagen Beetle price will start from $24,065 when it arrives at dealerships in August.
The diesel-powered 2013 Volkswagen Beetle will be the first diesel Bug to arrive in the States since 2006. The car will hit the market in three trim levels. The base model will include Bluetooth, V-Tex leatherette, 17-inch aluminum wheels, a media interface with iPod cable and push-button start. Just like the Golf TDI hatchback, the Beetle will feature an output of 140 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. The fuel economy will come in at 32 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway.
All Beetle TDI models come with a standard six-speed manual transmission, but for extra $1,110 the customer can have the six-speed dual-clutch transmission. After the Jetta TDI sedan (beginning at at $23,545), the 2013 Beetle TDI is Volkswagen’s second cheapest diesel car.
Full pricing is below, and all prices include a $770 destination fee.
TDI, manual transmission: $24,065
TDI, automatic transmission: $25,165
TDI with Sunroof, manual transmission: $25,665
TDI with Sunroof, automatic transmission: $26,765
TDI with Sunroof, Sound and Navigation, manual transmission: $26,965
TDI with Sunroof, Sound and Navigation, automatic transmission: $28,065