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  • Cons: i've owned 2 1999 vw beetles in 2 years and they have both had defective airbags. i got into an accident with the first bug and the airbags went off, but didn't inflate (useless). the bug i own now has had the airbag light on since i bought it. The ABS light is ALWAYS on, even though i got new brakes. cup holders could be a deal breaker for some, they are extremely short and won't fit most drinks, so i usually use the one in the back seat. they also constantly fall out/get stuck to the drink when you take it out. the radio on both of my bugs SUCKED. just leaving it at that. oh, and the blind spots are a pain...but you get used to it.

    Volkswagen revved up the power of the 1999 Beetle by introducing a 1.8-liter, 150-hp turbocharged engine, which joined the two other engine options -- a 2.0-liter, 115-hp gas engine or a 1.9-liter, 90-hp turbodiesel. The new turbocharged Beetle, called the 1.8T Turbo, was distinguished by a neat little spoiler that automatically emerged on the car's rear as speed was increased. Anti-lock brakes were also added as standard equipment.

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    • 1999 Volkswagen Beetle 2.0L 4 Cyl 

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    • 1999 Volkswagen Beetle 2.0L 4 Cyl 

    The 1999 Volkswagen Beetle seats four occupants. Front headroom is 41.3 inches, with 39.4 inches of legroom for the driver and front passenger. Rear legroom is still somewhat tight at 33 inches. The legroom in the backseat has been a consistent complaint since the Beetle debuted. Playing up the Beetle’s hippie-era connotation in the United States, the Beetle has a flower bud vase mounted to the dashboard. The base GL model comes standard with a tachometer, tilt steering, a telescopic steering column, air conditioning, rear window defroster, dual power outlets, power locks and windows, a remote fuel cap and trunk lid release, an eyeglass holder, pollen/dust/odor filter, cup holders, and a six-speaker AM/FM radio with cassette player. The GLS models offer the same standard features but add cruise control and remote control power locks to the mix. Heated leather seats are optional on the GLS models. The top-of-the-line GLX model offers extras like leather seats and a powered sun/moon roof. The back seats can be folded down for additional trunk/cargo space. Some owners of the Beetle feel that the interior’s available space is wasted between the far-reaching dashboard and distant windshield.

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n Crash. 1:38 a.m. Oct. 25. Route 15/Westbranch Highway south of Col. John Kelly Road, Kelly Township, Union County. A deer entered the path of a 1999 Volkswagen Beetle causing the 17 year old female driver to swerve to avoid it. The operator lost control and the vehicle impacted into the cement barrier/median divider. The driver was cited for junior driver’s license.