Volkswagen Hormiga Seat Belt
The Volkswagen Hormiga was also known as the Volkswagen EA489 Basistransporter, Mitra and Trakbayan. It was a small front-wheel-drive platform truck with a front-mounted air-cooled engine. It was similar in size to the Volkswagen Polo. It was originally created to compete with the other basic utility vehicles created by Ford and GM. The EA489 is probably the Volkswagen rarest vehicle since it was never sold in a developed market. In some cases, these were shipped as knock-down kits in Germany and built elsewhere.
The Hormiga had a simple ladder frame chassis with a front- independent, longitudinal torsion bars and wishbones and rear-rigid unpowered solid axle with leaf springs.
The value of the vehicle is hard to determine given its rarity. However, it’s not too hard to determine what you are willing to pay for such a unique truck-style vehicle.
Regardless of how well you drive on the road or how safe the Hormiga is or is not, its safety components are incredibly important. 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 Hormiga seat belt repair, SRS airbag modules reset, cluster repair, and more! Visit SafetyRestore.com for more information.