Volkswagen Caribe Seat Belt
In 1977, Volkswagen launched the Mk1 Golf in Mexico, which was known as the Volkswagen Caribe. The Volkswagen Caribe has a standard 4-speed manual transaxle and a 1.6 litre 66 hp carbureted engine. The Caribe became an instant hit in the market. When it was first released, the body style was only offered as a 5-door; however, in 1978, Volkswagen released a 3-door body for the Caribe. It also came with 3 trim levels, “Base”, “L”, and “GL”. toward the end of its production, Volkswagen released three special versions of the Caribe which include the City, Pro, and Plus. The city was an entry-level design. The Pro was a sportier version and the Plus had a special trim level and color option (Alpine White). The Volkswagen Caribe was later replaced by the Golf MKII.
The Volkswagen Caribe had a 5 star safety rating by the NHTSA. However, just like with any vehicle, it is important that all components of your vehicles Supplemental Restraint System are in good working condition to keep it reliable on the road in the event of any accident. This is to ensure the vehicle can protect you the best way it can in the event of an accident. If you are in need of Volkswagen Caribe seat belt repair, cluster repair, Safety Restore will be able to help. They are a BBB accredited company, trusted by thousands to help them get back on the road quickly and affordably. All of their services have a 24 hour turnaround time and offer a satisfaction guarantee. Visit SafetyRestore.com.