One of my reasons I love my beetle is that when I need to clean her windows, I can actually reach across the windshield and to the top without a step ladder.....
What is your reason??
What is your reason??
No sweetie.... I agree....driving these little cars IS like a therapy session, for sure!Answering this question is like asking me to give you 'one' reason why I love my husband...totally impossible to do with one sentence.
I've only had our little girl for two months and I've spoken more than once about how she is the most COMFORTABLE vehicle I've ever owned (and I think I've had somewhere around 20 or more in my lifetime). Not only that she has this smell (not crayons darn it) that just 'takes me away' like Calgon as they say. And when she's topless, it's a whole new experience I never thought could be so good.
BUT to sum up everything about her into one sentence, the thing I love about Miss Daisy the most is that she is THERAPY for me! Granted, it will take a while before the price we paid for her will add up to enough psychology sessions to equal the amount, but I'm more than willing to keep her that long and longer because she's worth any amount for what she does for both me and my hubby when we take her out to 'stretch her wheels'.
Speaking of therapy, if someone were to put a nanny cam into the garage and see how we actually talk to her as though she understands everything we say....yeah, they'd say we definitely NEED some therapy for sure! :heart:
You're always saying exactly what I think....I love both my NBs because I've been a Beetle guy all my life, and the water-cooled Beetles are light years ahead of the air-cooleds, so much so that I'd never own an air-cooled again. My lack of mechanical aptitude and DIY skill makes the modern-day Beetle a perfect fit for me. Granted, the old air-cooleds were easier to fix, but only if you knew how to do it in the first place, and today's Beetles are not only far more forgiving and dependable, but have idiot lights to warn you when something's not right. In those events, which are rare to begin with, I can take it to the VW dealership and not worry about getting stranded and hoping that someone who can fix it was even born when the car was in production.