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  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

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    Volkswagen Rabbit

  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

  • Volkswagen Rabbit

    Volkswagen Rabbit

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Volkswagen Rabbit: A Quality German Vehicle Fit for Style 

The Volkswagen Rabbit was formally introduced in the market in 2006 to offer two-door hatchback in just one trim level and with only one engine choice. However, there were old-fashioned examples like 1984 GTI model. It has a horsepower of 170 HP with a five-speed manual and six speed for automatic in transmission. Its engine has the capacity of 2.5 L with six-way manually adjustable driver’s seat and turns signal indicator inside mirrors. The adjustable lumbar support is available for the driver and front passenger since it is hatchback type. For safety features, this Volkswagen Rabbit has four wheel Anti lock braking system, electronic stability control, airbags, anti roll bars, side impact bars and pretensioners on the seatbelt. Since the Rabbit is sports mode, it aggressively makes down shifts to keep the engine in the power band. Alternatively a manual mode is available to allow the driver to shift gears up and down as with an F1 car.

Volkswagen Rabbit: A Quality German Vehicle Fit for Style

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