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1988 Volkswagen Cabriolet - Overview - CarGurus

1988 Cabriolets seem to last forever, part of that durable German engineering, and most owners agree that they're fun to drive, not only because of the open top, but because of precise, spritely handling. They're great on the highway or just for making the scene around town, and the front-wheel drive is amazingly good on snow, owners say. The Cabriolet is easy to modify as well, so people today will often buy used ones to fix up. Parts can be scarce, say some owners, and repairs costly. A big problem with the convertible is leakage where the top meets the windows.

1988 Cabriolets seem to last forever, part of that durable German engineering, and most owners agree that they're fun to drive, not only because of the open top, but because of precise, spritely handling. They're great on the highway or just for making the scene around town, and the front-wheel drive is amazingly good on snow, owners say. The Cabriolet is easy to modify as well, so people today will often buy used ones to fix up. Parts can be scarce, say some owners, and repairs costly. A big problem with the convertible is leakage where the top meets the windows.

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1988 Cabriolets seem to last forever, part of that durable German engineering, and most owners agree that they're fun to drive, not only because of the open top, but because of precise, spritely handling. They're great on the highway or just for making the scene around town, and the front-wheel drive is amazingly good on snow, owners say. The Cabriolet is easy to modify as well, so people today will often buy used ones to fix up. Parts can be scarce, say some owners, and repairs costly. A big problem with the convertible is leakage where the top meets the windows.

1988 Cabriolets seem to last forever, part of that durable German engineering, and most owners agree that they're fun to drive, not only because of the open top, but because of precise, spritely handling. They're great on the highway or just for making the scene around town, and the front-wheel drive is amazingly good on snow, owners say. The Cabriolet is easy to modify as well, so people today will often buy used ones to fix up. Parts can be scarce, say some owners, and repairs costly. A big problem with the convertible is leakage where the top meets the windows.