Used 2001 Volkswagen Cabrio Pricing


2001 Volkswagen Cabrio
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(39)

2001 Highlights

A top-of-the-line GLX trim level has been added to the existing lineup for 2001. All models get an anti "trunk entrapment" button to keep people from getting stuck in the cargo hold.

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Pros

  • Germanic ride and handling, standard side airbags and ABS, glass rear window, exceptional warranty.

Cons

  • Sluggish off-the-line power, dated styling, limited storage space.

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Used 2001 Volkswagen Cabrio for Sale

Volkswagen Cabrio 2001 GLS 2dr Convertible (2.0L 4cyl 4A) Beige79,443 miles
Used 2001Volkswagen CabrioGLS
List:$3,650
Est.Loan: $75/mo
Auto Land Inc.(1)
48.1 mi away
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$100 Below Market
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Volkswagen Cabrio 2001 GL 2dr Convertible (2.0L 4cyl 4A) Tornado Red 134,860 miles
Used 2001Volkswagen CabrioGL
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Est.Loan: $3/mo
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Love that Vdub!
I love this car because the seats, pedals, dash are all the perfect size and adjustability in relation to each other in my opinion. There are many cars that don't adjust to comfortably accomadate shorter people. The headrests are actually usable. The dash and hood are in the perfect spots to maximize visibility. So is the gear shift. I have a bad back, but I could drive this car for hours. I also love how it looks! It's very reliable and runs quietly. Love it!
Buyer be mindfull it's 10 yrs old
I've had my car for 5 years just paid it off a year ago. Now the problems have started. Everything was wonderful, at first. 3 days before christmas the window fell down and i couldn't bring it back up.The cost to fix it was $500. My starter gets stuck sometimes i have not fixed it yet it will cost me $450. Now this week my air went out and it cost me $650. Then the back window came off the convertible and no one can just fix it, i need a new top and window which is going to cost me $1400. Very bad week. I love my car but its costing me a lot right now and i wonder what will break next?
Love this car!
I bought this car a year ago with 100,000 miles on it expecting that with mileage like that, it may need some maintenance and repairs. I have driven it about 17000 miles and all I have had to do is change the oil and give her a tune up. It really hasn't given me any major trouble and it is so much fun to drive. My advice would be to shop carefully and find one that appears to have been well taken care of. I looked at at least 10 of these before I chose this one. It seems to be one of those cars that young drivers beat the heck out of and can't or don't take care of them properly so there are a lot of used/abused cabbies out there. But when you find a good one, grab it. You won't regret it