Difference between Wolfsburg and regular cabriolet?

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Difference between Wolfsburg and regular cabriolet?

Post by weeees5 » Mon Aug 19, 2013 2:23 am

I've always wondered what the difference was. I'm about to buy a gorgeous blue Wolfsburg with a white top and white leather. Looks great! Just curious as to what makes it special.

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Re: Difference between Wolfsburg and regular cabriolet?

Post by Briano1234 » Mon Aug 19, 2013 3:17 am

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Usually about 5,000.00 new as the Wolfsburg was a end of the year model with upgrades on the interior/exterior.... :)
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Re: Difference between Wolfsburg and regular cabriolet?

Post by kamzcab86 » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:22 am

Blue paint - white top - white leather... must be a '92. :mrgreen:

The Wolfsburg Editions simply had unique combinations (paint, interior, wheels, etc.) not found on other Cabriolets.
Briano1234 wrote:Usually about 5,000.00 new as the Wolfsburg was a end of the year model with upgrades on the interior/exterior.... :)
Not quite that much, Brian. :wink: The WEs were usually around $800-1000 more, depending on the year and options.

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