So, Corey Mack choose to review the 2009 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible and go on to later say that it is not a masculine car in any way. I’m not going to disagree as sales demographics speak for themselves but Corey, you tested a Blush Edition. Overall it’s an ok review on a solid car that has great potential for a sleeper.
Volkswagen New Beetle/New Beetle Cabrio “Freestyle”
The 2009 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible has been largely unchanged since it was introduced back in 2003. The convertible, much like its hatchback variant, has found a large following with women. Wearing voluptuous curves, the Beetle can be covered in some of the softest tones available from Harvest Moon Beige to Heaven Blue Metallic. The soft top is available in two colors, black and cream, allowing buyers to mix and match some color options. Those wanting something a little more exclusive and classy can opt for the limited issue Blush Edition. Our tester was a fully loaded Blush Edition that featured signature lipstick red leather interior with a matching red top. The Blush’s white gold metallic paint really sparkles when the sun hits it and dazzles all those that care to stare.