This year will be the last production year for the iconic Volkswagen Beetle. Since it first came to the United States in 1949, the VW Beetle has delighted drivers with its playful design, peppy engines, and vibrant colors. After seven decades, it’s time to bid adieu to the beloved coupe and convertible. Read on to find out what the Beetle Final Edition has in store for Chicago drivers!
Volkswagen Beetle Trims & Prices
The 2019 Volkswagen Beetle is offered in four trim levels. Which is right for your desired price range? Find out below:
- 2019 Volkswagen Beetle S: Starting from $20,895 MSRP*
- 2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition SE: Starting from $23,045 MSRP*
- 2019 Volkswagen Final Edition SEL: Starting from $25,995 MSRP*
- 2019 Volkswagen Beetle SE: Starting from $24,395 MSRP*
Volkswagen Beetle Colors
Want to make a statement on the streets of LaGrange? Nothing says “bold” quite like a Volkswagen Beetle, which comes in the following exterior colors:
- Habanero Orange Metallic
- Tornado Red
- Pure White
- Platinum Gray Metallic
- White Silver Metallic
- Deep Black Pearl
- Silk Blue Metallic
- Safari Uni (Final Edition only)
- Stonewashed Blue Metallic (Final Edition only)
Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition
By far, the highlights of the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle lineup are the Final Edition SE and Final Edition SEL. For their respective prices, they offer a wide range of upscale features and technologies — some of which are unique to the Beetle Final Edition. Here’s a brief overview of their offerings:
Final Edition SE
- VW Car-Net® App-Connect
- Panoramic sunroof
- Black/beige cloth seats with V-Tex leatherette trim and a rhombus-quilted design
Final Edition SEL
- 18-inch disc white alloy wheels
- 6.3-inch touchscreen navigation system
- Leather seats with a diamond-stitched design
Volkswagen Beetle Performance & Fuel Economy
The 2019 Volkswagen Beetle lineup is powered by one engine: a 2.0L turbo 4-cylinder rated at 174 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission for easy-going performance on LaGrange roads. One of the strengths of the VW Beetle has always been its fuel economy — and the final model reflects that. With its base powertrain, the 2019 Beetle earns an EPA-estimated 26 mpg city/33 mpg highway.
Volkswagen Beetle Safety Features
The IIHS awarded the 2019 VW Beetle earned a “Good” rating in moderate overlap front, side impact, rear crash, and roof strength tests. “Good” is the best possible rating a vehicle can receive in IIHS crash testing. Additionally, the Beetle integrates the latest in safety technology, including:
- Blind Spot Monitor
- Crash-optimized front end
- Intelligent Crash Response System
- Side Curtain Protection® head airbags for the front and rear
- Electronic Stability Control
- And more!
Test Drive the 2019 Beetle at The Autobarn Volkswagen of Countryside!
Don’t miss the opportunity to snag the Beetle Final Edition — or any of the other configurations for the 2019 model year. Contact us to schedule a test drive near Naperville and learn more about the VW Beetle vs. VW Beetle Convertible! More interested in a used VW Beetle? Browse our inventory to find one!
*Ask your dealer if this vehicle meets the emissions requirements of the state in which you are registering the vehicle. Starting MSRP excludes destination, taxes, title, other options, and dealer charges. Dealer sets actual price. Specifications, equipment, options, and prices are subject to change without notice. Some items may be unavailable when vehicle is built. Ask your dealer about availability of options and verify that the vehicle includes the equipment you ordered.
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