Volkswagen Rabbit
12 reviews
Volkswagen Rabbit
MSRP Range $16,300-$19,340 Trims2 Combined MPG 24-25 Seats 5

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Model Overview

The current Volkswagen Rabbit is a compact car that seats 5. It comes in 2 trims.

The Rabbit competes with the Dodge Caliber, Pontiac Vibe and Chevrolet Cobalt.

Our Take on the Latest Model

Our Take

For 2008, Volkswagen's entry-level Rabbit received more power and a new trim level: the Rabbit S. The compact hatchback is Volkswagen's answer to compact cars like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. The model is relatively unchanged for 2009, but it does lose some features, such as iPo... Read Full Report

What We Don't Like

  • Fuel economy
  • Difficult backseat entry and exit in two-door
  • Not as inexpensive as competitors' base models

Notable Features

  • Shares components with Jetta
  • Larger engine, interior than Golf predecessor

Consumer Reviews


Average based on 90 reviews across all years

Most Recent Consumer Reviews
2009 Rabbit

My first car

by DANNYBOI from Cleveland on September 12, 2017

As a 16 year old, the rabbit was my first car. I have driven the car for a little bit more than a year and it has never broke down on me. I would recommend and parent to buy this car for their children Read Full Review

2007 Rabbit

It's a good first car.

by ArtATX from Austin on August 31, 2017

It sounds lazy but EVERYTHING is "good", not great. But still, EVERYTHING is good. You feel close to the road and it's peppy in sport mode.

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