Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2-door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)

Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)
Car model: Volkswagen (Volkswagen) Title: Volkswagen Model: Beetle Generation: 1200 [4th restyling] 2-door sedan. Modification: 1.3 MT Year of issue: 1973–1975

Main characteristics

Body:

Front wheel track (mm)1308
Wheelbase (mm)2400
Height (mm)1500
Width (mm)1550
Rear wheel track (mm)1349
Curb Weight (kg)820
Length (mm)4060

Engine:

Cylinder Bore (mm)77
Number of valves per cylinder2
Number of cylindersFour
Piston stroke (mm)69
Maximum torque (N • m)86
Maximum torque revolutions, max. (rpm)3000
Turns of the maximum power, min. (rpm)4100
Intake typeCarburetor
Engine configurationOpposit
Engine power (hp)44
Engine capacity (cm3)1285
Engine’s typePetrol

Transmission:

Number of stepsFour
Drive unitRear
TransmissionMechanics

Suspension and brakes:

Rear brakesDrum
Front brakesDrum
Rear suspensionSemi-dependent, on longitudinal levers with transverse torsion shafts
Front suspensionIndependent, torsion

Performance indicators:

Acceleration time to 100 km / h (s)25
Maximum speed (km / h)127
Recommended fuelAI-92

Steering:

Power steeringMissing

Tires, wheels:

DiscsFrontRear
Rim diameter1515
Number of mounting holesFourFour
TiresFrontRear
Tire diameter1515
Tire height6565
Tire width185185

Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)
Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)
Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)
Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)
Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)
Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)
Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)
Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)
Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2 door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975)


Volkswagen Beetle 1200 [4th restyling] 2-door sedan 1.3 MT (1973–1975).