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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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