Volkswagen Drops Rabbit, Resurrects Golf


Spokesman Steve Keyes confirmed that drivetrain choices will include the Rabbit’s five-cylinder — a gutsy but relatively thirsty engine — as well as a more fuel-efficient diesel. If the Rabbit was any example, we’d expect the Golf to be a notch up in cabin quality and pricing compared to other entry-level hatchbacks. Stay tuned for more info, as well as our first impressions of the car, at next week’s auto show.

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