With decent engine range, the VW Beetle is impressive in performance.
The Volkswagen Beetle is an Icon in Retro-style small hatchback class. It is an enjoyable small car to drive.
The second generation of Volkswagen Beetle is a small car with a legendry history connected back with Adolf Hitler. Now we find its improved and refined version in between us. Its Retro-style look is very unique in itself, which offers great ins and outs. It is based on MK Vl Golf platform. It is considered as an iconic car in its class among some worthy rivals like the BMW MINI, FIAT 500, DS 3 and the AUDI A1. It offers good handling with precise steering. Its suspensions give a smooth and balanced ride. Continue to Read more about Retro-style Beetle must, visit Diesel Engine R US first.
The Volkswagen Beetle is available with strong, efficient and well refined engines range.
There are four engines in the Beetle’s range, two diesels and three petrols. All Volkswagen Beetle engines are good and efficient in performance with low running cost.
Petrol engines, in such a small car like VW beetle, produce good efficiency in fuel consumption and also maintain good speed. There is a 1.2litre four-cylinder TSI BMT petrol engine with 103bhp and 129lb/ft torque. It provides a remarkable amount of power. It is decent and quick in performance. It is capable to take this odd-looking small car from 0-62m/h in 10.6 seconds with maximum speed of 112m/h. Due to in a small car this petrol engine gives a good fuel average of 52m/g with 126g/km of Co2 emissions. This petrol engine is cheap to buy and less maintenance demanding, so it is considered a good economical version in Beetle’s range. It is equipped with six-speed manual gearbox and front-wheel drive unit as standard.
The second petrol engine in the range is a 1.4litre four-cylinder TSI BMT. It is more powerful version than the previous one. It produces 157bhp and 177lb/ft torque, good and effective combination for speed and acceleration along with pulling power. It is really quick petrol version and takes only 8.0 seconds to reach from 0-62m/h. it is capable to reach the maximum speed of 130m/h. More power means extra fuel. It gives only 42m/g of fuel average with 153g/km of Co2 emissions.
There is a 207bhp and 217lb/ft torque, 2.0litre four-cylinder petrol engine available in Beetle Sport and Pre-facelift Beetle Turbo versions. This petrol engine is really fast and takes only 7.1 seconds to reach from0-62m/h with top speed of 142m/h. its fuel average is 38m/g with 169g/km of Co2 emissions.
Diesels are more impressive than petrols in performance and fuel efficiency.
There are two versions of 2.0-litre TDI BMT Volkswagen Beetle diesel engines with different power outputs. With 110bhp and 184lb/ft torque this diesel engine is capable to reach from 0-62m/h in 10.6 seconds with maximum speed of 113m/h. It is considered as the best engine in Beetle’s lineup because of its fuel efficiency. It gives massive 65m/g of fuel average with 112g/km of Co2 emissions. There is a six-speed manual gearbox for this diesel engine.
The second version of 2.0litre TDI BMT diesel engine is capable to produce 147bhp and 251lb/ft torque. It is faster than the previous version. It takes the Beetle from 0-62m/h in 8.6 seconds with top speed of 124m/h. Its fuel average is 58m/g with 126g/km of Co2 emissions. This version is restricted to Beetle R-Line. This engine is equipped with six-speed automatic gear transmission with front-wheel drive.