Details About Cabrio

The third-generation Volkswagen Cabrio, internally referred to as the Mk 3, was sold between design age 1995 and 2002. This iteration of the German convertible was based environing the Golf's architecture and offered consumers an affordable soft-top convertible, even approximative its predecessors.

Fuel Economy

The Cabrio yields between 22 and 23 mpg megalopolis and 28 to 29 mpg highway when outfitted with the optional four-speed automatic, while the five-speed volume mannequin is rated at 24 mpg megalopolis and 31 mpg highway.


This iteration of Volkswagen's venerable convertible sits on a 97.4-inch wheelbase with a 57.6-inch front track and a 56.2-inch rear track. The object of this vehivle is 160.4 inches elongated, 66.7 inches Broad and 56 inches colossal with a ground clearance of 4.4 inches.


The Mk 3 Cabrio derives its influence from a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter, inline, four-cylinder engine that produces 115 hp at 5,200 rpm and 122 ft-lbs. of torque at 2,600 rpm. This drop-top was offered with a morals five-speed handbook gearbox or an optional four-speed automatic transmission.