VW Beetle

VW Beetle cars are still extremely popular, and these vehicles are a common sight on our roads – many in very good condition.

While Beetles generally have few bodywork problems; occasional rust and the engine need to be checked regularly to ensure that all parts are in good working order. Older Beetles in particular need to be serviced according to their service schedules and if any strange noises or leaks develop, your car should be taken into the auto repair centre as soon as you can. Common Beetle concerns may include the following:

VW Beetle

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