2019 Volkswagen Beetle Trim Level Comparison
The 2019 Volkswagen Beetle is the last of its line, which is why there are two special trim levels to commemorate the Volkswagen Beetle. They are the Final Edition SE and the Final Edition SEL. There are also two other trim levels which are the S and the SE. We will cover what the differences are between the Final Edition trim levels and the normal trim levels. Stay with us to learn more about the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle with our trim level comparison.
For starters, look at the chart below, which compares three trim levels, leaving out the Final Edition SE which has features of both the SE and the Final Edition trim levels. After the chart, keep reading below for more information.
2019 Volkswagen Beetle S
2019 Volkswagen Beetle SE
2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition SEL
|26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway||26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway||26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway|
|16-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels||17-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels||18-inch disc white alloy wheels|
|Cloth seating surfaces||V-Tex leatherette seating surfaces||Leather seating surfaces with diamond stitched design|
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Since the Final Edition trim levels were created to give the Volkswagen Beetle its final send off, they were given exclusive design features to mark them as the end of an era. One of their most distinctive exclusive features is their exclusive colors. Stonewashed Blue Metallic and Safari Uni are special edition colors that help these vehicles stand out in a crowd. Other features of the Final Edition SE include a Kaferfach heritage-inspired glovebox, rhombus-quilted design seating, and a Beetle nameplate on the hatch. For the Final Edition SEL, special design features are the 18-inch white disc alloy wheels and the leather seats with diamond-stitched design. Plus, it has extra technology like a 6.3-inch touchscreen navigation system and a Fender ® Premium Audio System.
Since the S trim level is the least expensive, its features can mostly be found on all of the trim levels. The SE has extras like dual-zone climate control and Keyless access with a push-button start, and it can be upgraded with a Premium package to give you more of those high-end details that make a Beetle vehicle timeless.