Volkswagen Cabriolet Seat Belt
The Volkswagen Cabriolet is the cabriolet version of the Volkswagen Golf. The Golf is Volkswagen's best selling model and even the world’s top three best-selling models. The Volkswagen Cabrio had a front-wheel drive and a front engine body style. It has various styles including a 3-door hatchback design, 5-door hatchback, station wagon, convertible, and a golf-derived notchback sedan (Cabriolet). The car has won many awards including the World Car of the year in 2009. The Volkswagen Cabriolet had a roll-over bar and a flat body line in the rear. Other than a larger fuel tank, the Cabriolet did not change throughout its entire production. Prior to its 1984 model, the highest standard specification for the Cabriolet was the GLI. It was basically a GTI in everything but name.
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