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2012 VW Beetle UK Pricing Revealed

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Volkswagen released pricing details of the new Beetle for the UK market as the order books open.

At launch, there will be two engines to choose from – a 1.2-litre TSI 105 PS mated to a seven-speed DSG transmission and a 1.4-litre 160 PS TSI with a six-speed manual gearbox – ad three trim levels of Beetle, Design and Sport. Three other engines – a 1.6-litre TDI BlueMotion Technology 105 PS, 2.0-litre TDI 140 PS and 2.0-litre TSI 200 PS – will be joining the line-up later in 2012

Pricing starts £16,490at and first deliveries expected in spring 2012.

As for the equipments of each trim, standard Beetle comes with air conditioning, remote central locking, an RCD 310 CD system with DAB radio and rear Isofix seat preparation. The Design model comes with 17-inch alloy wheels in a choice of two styles, Bluetooth telephone preparation with MDI (multi-device interface) iPod connectivity, front fog lights, an alarm, an RCD 510 DAB CD/radio, multifunction leather-wrapped steering wheel and body-coloured door and dashboard panels.

The high-spec Sport offers 18-inch alloys in a choice of two styles, tinted glass, cruise control, sports seats, parking sensors, gloss black door mirrors, dashboard and door panel and 2Zone electronic climate control.

Optional extras include a kicking 400w audio system with a a subwoofer, and switchable three-colour illumination surrounding the front loudspeakers, Keyless Access, satellite navigation systems, a panoramic sunroof and bi-xenon headlights.

Trim
level
Engine
derivative
CO2,
g/km
Combined mpg Price, £
RRP OTR
Beetle 1.2-litre TSI 105 PS 7 spd DSG 137 47.9 16,490
Design 1.2-litre TSI 105 PS 7 spd DSG 137 47.9 18,895
Design 1.4-litre TSI 160 PS 6 spd manual 153 42.8 19,470
Sport 1.4-litre TSI 160 PS 6 spd manual 153 42.8 21,220
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