Volkswagen Brasilia Seat Belt
The Volkswagen Brasilia is a compact car manufactured by Volkswagen from 1973 to 1982. It features 3 or 5 door options with a rear-engine design. The Brasilia was created with the Brazilian market in mind. The president of Volkswagen at the time, Rudolf Leiding, asked his company’s designers to recreate the famous Beetle but with a great focus on practicality, economy, and size (larger). Within three months, they came up with 40 prototypes, but they were mainly all expensive and Volkswagen was looking for a new cheap car to produce in order to compete with the Chevrolet Chevette. Later the Brasilia was retired to make room for the all-new front-engined Volkswagen Gol.
There is not much information on the safety ratings of this vehicle. The only notable safety feature on the Brasilia is the collapsible steering wheel modified for collision safety. Safety is key so it should never be overlooked or ignored when driving. Driving safely on the road, and having all components of the vehicles Supplemental Restraint System in factory conditions are both great ways to help ensure your safety. If you are ever in an accident, you want to make sure the vehicle can protect you the best it can. For this to happen, you may need to get some parts replaced, repaired, or reset. Safety Restore can help with your Volkswagen Brasilia Seat belt repair, airbag module reset, cluster repair, and more! Visit SafetyRestore.com for more information on these and other services.