1995 Volkswagen Cabrio Overview

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1995 Volkswagen Cabrio Overview

A replacement for the Rabbit-based cabriolet, the 1995 Volkswagen Cabrio was based on the same platform as the Golf hatchback and the Jetta sedan. It was powered by a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder, 115-hp engine that was linked to a five-speed manual overdrive transmission. A four-speed automatic overdrive transmission was available as an option.

For 1995, dual airbags and anti-lock brakes were standard, as were power windows, power door locks, a cassette player, and airbags for the driver and passenger. Leather seats and air conditioning were available as options. Other features of the Cabrio included a soft top that was operated manually, a fixed roll bar, and a glass rear window with a defogger.

Overall, drivers were very pleased with the VW Cabrio, and were particularly impressed with its handling, roominess, and safety features. The roll bar, for instance, was considered an essential piece of equipment with regards to safety. The car's gas economy and relatively inexpensive cost to maintain were also appreciated by drivers. However, some noted that space was limited in the back seat, and that the Cabio should essentially be considered a two-seater coupe.

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Are There Clubs For 1995 Vw Cabrio?

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Fuel Pressure Test 95 Cabrio

I see no place on the fuel rail to test fuel pressure. Where do I attach my pressure gauge?

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Earlier I Asked If I Needed To Recode The Used Instrument Cluster I Install...

\Not familiar with the codes and transfering info from the old instrument cluster to the new cluster. Crap all I wanted was to avoid the mechanic .Help

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I Replaced The Instrument Cluster With A 97 Golf Cluster From The Junk Yar...

Replaced the instrument cluster in my 95 cabrio with a 97 golf instrument cluster. Could only get the turn signals to work. Does the new cluster have to be coded or calibrated?I was told that this par...

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