Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is proud to present this 2004
Volkswagen Beetle Turbo C. For Volkswagen, having sold over 23
million Beetles in it's 81-year production run, it's clear that the
car captures hearts as the most recognizable car ever made. This
2004 model is a shining example of progression over the years with
a front engine, front wheel drive turbocharged 2.0-liter engine
producing 180 hp and 173 ft lbs. of torque. This engine is mated to
the automatic transmission with overdrive. The beige exterior and
contrasting black convertible top are in great shape. The car comes
with a boot for the power folding top for when you want to let the
sun in and soak up some Vitamin D. Inside the painted panels at the
tops of the door panels continue into the rear seat section for a
classy look. The beige leather interior is in good condition free
of rips or stains. This car is generously equipped with A/C, Power
Windows, Power Door Locks, Power Top, Power Steering, Power Brakes,
Keyless Entry and AM/FM stereo with 6-disc CD changer located in
the armrest. This 2004 model averaged about 3600 mile a year with
the odometer currently sitting at 62,047 miles which the owner says
is actual. This Beetle is ready to hit the open road and bring lots
of smiles per gallon! Please contact our friendly and knowledgeable
sales staff at (623) 900-4884 or email
[email protected] for help to get this vehicle in
2004 Volkswagen Beetle
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