The 2019 Volkswagen Beetle lineup comprises four trims: the S, SE, Final Edition SE, and Final Edition SEL. All are equipped with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and six-speed automatic transmission driving outputs to the front wheels. While the S rides on 16-inch alloy wheels, SE models are fitted with 17-inch alloys and the SEL with 18-inch alloys. The standard features list is rather decent from the base model, the S coming outfitted with a leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel and gear shift-knob, six-way manually adjustable front seats, heated and power-operated exterior mirrors, and safety features including a rearview camera, blind-spot monitoring, rear traffic alert, and cruise control. Added to those on the standard SE are keyless access with push-button start, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, an auto-dimming interior rearview mirror, and ambient interior lighting. The Final Edition SE boasts only bespoke styling elements including a signature Beetle nameplate badge, with the Final Edition SEL taking things up a notch with front and rear parking sensors featured as standard, and bespoke diamond leather upholstery.
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible 2.0T S vs 2.0T Final Edition SE
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible 2.0T S vs 2.0T SE
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible 2.0T S vs 2.0T Final Edition SEL
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible 2.0T Final Edition SE vs 2.0T SE
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible 2.0T Final Edition SE vs 2.0T Final Edition SEL
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible 2.0T SE vs 2.0T Final Edition SEL