Volkswagen Rabbit Sedans

Volkswagen Rabbit

About Volkswagen Rabbit

Despite a commonly-held belief that Americans don't like hatchbacks, the success of Volkswagen's Rabbit two and four-door models – as well as the recent success of the MINI Cooper, Mazda MAZDA3 and its own GTI – has prompted Volkswagen to retain the five-door hatchback as its bread and butter car. The 2009 Volkswagen Rabbit (previously known as the Golf) is VW's entry-level economy model, offering a number of upscale safety and convenience features, a frugal yet powerful five-cylinder engine and a roomy and versatile interior. Despite its hefty standard content, the Volkswagen Rabbit manages a sticker price that won't leave consumers hopping mad, which should have sales multiplying like, well, Rabbits.

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2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
What's new for 2009?
2009 Volkswagen Rabbit

Electronic Stability Program (ESP) is made standard on all models, while the five-speed manual is no longer available on the four-door. New standard equipment for the four-door Rabbit includes heated front seats, heated washer nozzles and a premium audio sound system with SIRIUS Satellite Radio.

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
What's new for 2008?
2008 Volkswagen Rabbit

A new "S" trim level is added, a tire-pressure monitoring system is made standard on all models and there is 20 additional horsepower, bringing the output to 170.

2007 Volkswagen Rabbit
What's new for 2007?
2007 Volkswagen Rabbit

Offered as a new model late in 2006, the 2007 Rabbit sees only minor changes that include an auxiliary audio input jack and optional iPod interface.

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