Volkswagen Rabbit

The sleek looking Volkswagen Rabbit made its debut appearance on the United States market for the 2006 model year. This attractive compact car is a hatchback version of the German automaker’s popular Jetta model, complete with the high standards of safety and quality expected of Volkswagen’s first-rate reputation. The Rabbit is crafted with a standard five speed manual overdrive transmission, and a four speed automatic overdrive is also an available option. Buyers are given a choice of a selecting from a two or four door style; of these, the four door is slightly more inclusive of standard and available equipment and carries along with it a bit more expensive price tag.

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The four is also the more family friendly option, as it is the only version with standard child safety locks. Daytime running lights, cruise control, air conditioning, tilt steering, and power windows and door locks, as well as an AM/FM radio with compact disc player, are included on the list of standard equipment. A CD changer is also standard in the four door version, and a sunroof can be added as an optional feature. Alloy wheels are available in both styles. Placing the typical Volkswagen premium on safety, the Rabbit has enjoyed rave reviews from the National Institute for Highway Safety, and received five star side and four star frontal crash test rating in 2007. In 2006, its rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety was also excellent. Standard safety amenities include driver, passenger, front and side head curtain airbags, an antilock braking system, electronic braking assistance and traction control. A vehicle stability control system is optional. The Volkswagen Rabbit is the perfect choice for those who love the German touch of class found in the Jetta, but want a more versatile and innovative design, that bears an economical price tag. You can obtain more information going here and a vehicle transport quote on our calculator for your Volkswagen Rabbit.