Used Volkswagen Beetle 2004 Petrol for Sale

Price:

€2,800

Number of views: 4

Contact is disabled for this ad

Private Seller
Private Seller
Dublin
0858602737
Add-on Services - Select a service on this car

Why choose AA Car Inspections?

AA Car Inspections inspect the car from the inside out. We can look at second hand cars that you’re thinking of buying from popular websites such as Done Deal, CBG.ie and Carzone and report back to you on the same day.

Insure this car

AA Car Inspections inspect the car from the inside out. We can look at second hand cars that you’re thinking of buying from popular websites such as Done Deal, CBG.ie and Carzone and report back to you on the same day.

Learn to drive with ISM

AA Car Inspections inspect the car from the inside out. We can look at second hand cars that you’re thinking of buying from popular websites such as Done Deal, CBG.ie and Carzone and report back to you on the same day.

Approved Tyre Partner

AA Car Inspections inspect the car from the inside out. We can look at second hand cars that you’re thinking of buying from popular websites such as Done Deal, CBG.ie and Carzone and report back to you on the same day.

Full Car Accessory Shop

AA Car Inspections inspect the car from the inside out. We can look at second hand cars that you’re thinking of buying from popular websites such as Done Deal, CBG.ie and Carzone and report back to you on the same day.

Car Care Products Shop

AA Car Inspections inspect the car from the inside out. We can look at second hand cars that you’re thinking of buying from popular websites such as Done Deal, CBG.ie and Carzone and report back to you on the same day.

Automotive Tools Shop

AA Car Inspections inspect the car from the inside out. We can look at second hand cars that you’re thinking of buying from popular websites such as Done Deal, CBG.ie and Carzone and report back to you on the same day.

Car Warranty Quote

AA Car Inspections inspect the car from the inside out. We can look at second hand cars that you’re thinking of buying from popular websites such as Done Deal, CBG.ie and Carzone and report back to you on the same day.

GAP Insurance

AA Car Inspections inspect the car from the inside out. We can look at second hand cars that you’re thinking of buying from popular websites such as Done Deal, CBG.ie and Carzone and report back to you on the same day.

Additional Info

Car in great conditions, low mileage, Pioneer stereo, just NCTed. In RIngsed Dublin. /

Price €2,800
Body Type Hatchback
Doors 3
Owners 0
Gearbox Manual
Mileage 114,569 Km
Fuel Petrol
MPG 47.32
TAX €385
Boot Size -
Tax Expiryup to 02/2018
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
NCT Expiryup to 07/2018
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
Compare specs to an alternative car!

Key Facts

Make

Volkswagen

Model
Beetle
Variant
Highline 1.4
Car Category
Other
First Launched
1999
End of production
2010
Engine (L)
1.4
Gearbox Type
Manual
Gears
5 speed manual
Fuel type
Petrol
Body Type
Hatchback
Price New
€24,140
Driver Review Rating
3

Running Costs

Tax
€385
Tax Band
D
L/100km Combined
5.8
Average km/L
17.1
Average Cost Per 200 km
€15.35
CO2 emmissions
169 g/km

Performance

Brake Horsepower
75 bhp
Max Power kW
56
Displacement - CC (Engine)
1390
Engine Cylinders
4
Driven Wheels
Front
Top speed
161 (km/h)
Acceleration(0-100 km/h)
14.6 s

Space & Practicality

Body Type
Hatchback
Doors
3
Seats
5

Safety

Euroncap Star Rating
4

Dimensions

Kerb weight
1182 KG

Technical Information

Power
75 bhp

Proven, cute, comfortable.

Confined, not cheap, old.

Our Rating 3.2/5
  • Performance
  • Style & Design
  • Ride & Handling
  • Interior
  • Refinement
  • Safety & Security
  • Space & Practicality
  • Running Costs
  • Equipment
  • Engine Specs

Comments

error
A
Anonymous

There are no comments yet. You can post one right now !

Volkswagen Beetle ( 1999)

63/100
our score
vw-beetle-1999-2010-1.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-2.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-3.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-4.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-5.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-6.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-7.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-8.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-9.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-10.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-11.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-12.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-1.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-2.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-3.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-4.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-5.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-6.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-7.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-8.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-9.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-10.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-11.jpg
vw-beetle-1999-2010-12.jpg
Pros
  • Styling & Design

    Cute

  • Engine Specifications

    Broad range

  • Performance

    Acceptable

  • Ride & Handling

    Comfy

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Funky

  • Space & Practicality

    Front space

  • Safety

    Standard ESP

  • Value & Running Costs

    Pain free

  • Quality & Refinement

    Grown up

  • Equipment

    Adequate

  • Summary

    Proven, cute, comfortable.

Cons
  • Styling & Design

    Old

  • Engine Specifications

    Not the newest

  • Performance

    Unexciting

  • Ride & Handling

    A bit dreary

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Form over function

  • Space & Practicality

    Rear confines

  • Safety

    Cabrio roll hoops?

  • Value & Running Costs

    Parts and service

  • Quality & Refinement

    But getting on

  • Equipment

    A/C is costly

  • Summary

    Confined, not cheap, old.

Style & Design
5/10

The ‘new’ Beetle isn’t that new anymore, and a recent facelift did little to update the look. It lacks the fashionable chic of the MINI, and as it gets older it just looks sillier and sillier. It was cool once, for a while, but that day is long gone. The convertible’s roof is appallingly clunky too.

Performance
7/10

The Beetle isn’t really a hardcore machine, so its relaxed performance is perfectly in keeping with its laid-back dynamics. The 1.4 takes a painful 14.6 seconds to reach 100km/h (the convertible is even slower). The 1.6 can hit 100 km/h in an acceptable 11.6. The Turbo is fast (8.7), but silly.

Ride & Handling
6/10

VW’s bug is more about comfort than all-out handling, although the dynamics are predictable and secure. The trade-off is superb ride quality, though be aware that it can get a little floaty if you press on. No surprises here, but not much excitement either.

Interior & Ergonomics
6/10

The interior is actually very attractive in the Beetle, though putting a flower in the standard vase is about as kitsch as it gets. Painted metal surfaces work well with funky design, though the upshot is poorly arranged dials and extremely awkward electric window switches.

Quality & Refinement
8/10

Everyone knows that VW no longer possesses the holy grail of quality, but the Beetle is nonetheless a tough customer and by now, all the kinks have been worked out. It’s refined too, considering how old it is, while the Cabrio is remarkably hushed, roof up or down.

Safety
7/10

The Beetle is a solid little car with standard ISOFIX and three headrests with three 3-point belts in the back. ESP stability control is also welcome, though side and curtain airbags are absent in the Coupe. The Cabrio doesn’t have pop-up protection, either.

Space & Practicality
4/10

The shape might be cutesy, but it comes at the expense of rear headroom and boot space. Front passengers have oceans of headroom, but legroom isn’t great front or rear. Storage space in the dash is adequate, but overall the Beetle suffers for its bulbous silhouette.

Value & Running Costs
7/10

The Beetle never sold in vast numbers, so while its appeal isn’t that broad those that love them LOVE them. Therefore, it’s easy to sell on and holds its value pretty well. There are no real reliability issues either, though it’s worth shopping between dealers for repair and service.

Equipment
6/10

It’s reasonably well-appointed, the Beetle, but air conditioning is an expensive €1,500 option and alloys are standard only on certain models. Electric roof is standard on the Cabrio model and all have electric windows and remote locking.

Engine Specifications
7/10

The Beetle’s engine range is broad enough to suit any buyer, ranging from the slow 1.4 to the zippy 1.8 Turbo. The 1.9 TDi is an old engine now, so we’d recommend the 1.6 for its best blend of reasonable performance and low running costs.

25 NOV
3/5

I used to have a 1973 beetle - I wonder is this the same fun to drive??

...
...