2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
107,770 Miles
$5,995

Guttenberg, IA
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
80,457 Miles
$7,988

Seattle, WA
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
124,887 Miles
$3,500

Denver, CO
Track Price Check Availability

2007 Volkswagen Rabbit
131,975 Miles
$4,000

St James, NY
Track Price Check Availability

2006 Volkswagen Rabbit
132,543 Miles
$6,495

Everett, WA
Track Price Check Availability

2007 Volkswagen Rabbit
74,193 Miles
$7,531

North Bend, WA
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
44,935 Miles
$7,995

Havelock, NC
Track Price Check Availability

2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
55,680 Miles
$9,999

Morristown, NJ
Track Price Check Availability

2007 Volkswagen Rabbit
58,208 Miles
$9,998

Federal Heights, CO
Track Price Check Availability

2007 Volkswagen Rabbit
84,096 Miles
$6,995

Mentor, OH
Track Price Check Availability

1980 Volkswagen Rabbit
60,059 Miles
$9,850

Kiowa, CO
Track Price Check Availability

2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
116,305 Miles
$6,461

Charlottesville, VA
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
121,070 Miles
$5,588

Menomonee Falls, WI
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
75,518 Miles
$6,788

Mt. Prospect, IL
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
55,527 Miles
$9,998

Garland, TX
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
48,978 Miles
$6,800

North Palm Beach, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
44,656 Miles
$10,988

Shingle Springs, CA
Track Price Check Availability

2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
58,229 Miles
$7,200

San Jose, CA
Track Price Check Availability

2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
41,662 Miles
$8,499

Tilton, NH
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
123,859 Miles
$3,930

Port Richey, FL
Track Price Check Availability

Volkswagen Rabbit Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.1
Performance
4.2
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.7
Maintenance
3.8

Volkswagen Rabbit Pricing Analysis

Active Listings
Mileage

May 2017 Nationwide Volkswagen Rabbit Prices

Volkswagen Rabbit Owner Ratings & Reviews

2009 Volkswagen Rabbit -

Madison, Mississippi
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I LOVE my Rabbit. I got this car as an early graduation present in high school. It's now a little over 6 years old and I've had no major problems with it. It's compact but doesn't feel tiny when inside. We can fit 5 college-aged adults easily.
Title
Freshman year, we used to all dog-pile in my car and go get Chinese buffet for breakfast on Sundays.
Pros
This car has the tightest turning radius I have ever seen. There is practically no spot too small to park in, even if you didn't see it till you were too close. Also gets really good mileage.
Cons
My biggest pet peeve is that the AUX input is inside the center console so you have to bend the cords sharply and they end up not lasting long.

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit - My Pocket Rocket

Miami, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
The engine in the 2009 Volkswagen Rabbit is responsive and powerful for its size. Gearing of the five-speed manual and the electronic throttle's aggressive programming help the Rabbit jump off the line like a scared, well, rabbit, and the 150-horsepower 2.5-liter inline five-cylinder engine delivers 170 pound-feet of torque. Yet, the Rabbit's fuel economy—often what counts for small-car buyers—is near the back of the pack, with automatic cars rated at 20 mpg city, 29 highway and the manual gearbox adding just 1 mpg. Unlike so many budget-minded cars using numbing electric power-assisted steering, the Rabbit's steering is actually communicative and downright lively. The ride from the 2009 Volkswagen Rabbit is taut, but never jarring. The front struts and independent rear suspension abso... (more)
Title
Nice and enjoyable ride along the gentle twists and turns as you drive along the spine of this mountain ranges. It was great seeing amazing views around me and stopping for picnics along the many scenic viewpoints. We took it slow and kept stopping to view the scenery and take pictures. We drove right along the ocean with the most amazing views such as the ocean, the cliffs, crashing waves, fl... (more)
Pros
Peppy and nice. Ability to pick a nice speed Can fold down back seat to transport large items such as TVs and boxes Nice interior Radio quality is good. Speakers sound great Can plug in a mp3 player Great mileage
Cons
Small, electrical problems, A/C does not work often, temperature rises when A/C is on, burns gas when A/C or heat comes on, and rusts easily.

1980 Volkswagen Rabbit -

Charlottesville, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
F ever there was an odd pairing of automotive ideals, it was the compact and fuel-efficient Volkswagen Rabbit, mated with the versatility of the do-almost-anything pickup truck. Originally conceived by Volkswagen Germany in the late 1970s as part of a design exercise that included both pickup and station wagon variants, the Type 1 Rabbit-based pickup was an instant hit with Volkswagen of America. Production began at Volkswagen’s Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, factory in 1979, and the VW pickup was launched to U.S. Consumers as a 1980 model.
Title
Each drive is memorable.
Pros
From the rear of the doors forward, the pickup was virtually identical to the Rabbit, with both models initially sharing a transversely mounted, fuel-injected four-cylinder engine, available in either gasoline or diesel variants. Gasoline-fueled VW Pickups used a 1.6-Liter engine, rated at 78 horsepower and 84-lbs.Ft. Of torque (slightly less for California models), while diesel models relied on a 1.5-Liter engine rated at 48 horsepower and 56.5-Lbs.Ft. Of torque. A standard four-speed manual transmission sent power to the front wheels, but buyers could also opt for a five-speed manual or ... (more)
Cons
It’s easy to say that cheaper oil killed off the Volkswagen Pickup in the United States, but the truth is likely more complex than that. Though compact pickups remained a popular segment for decades beyond the VW Pickup’s demise, virtually all of these models began to grow in size, complexity and capability about the same time Volkswagen gave its Pickup last rites here. While cheaper gas made less fuel-efficient pickups attractive again, so did other features like extended cabs, ever-increasing towing capacities and the availability of models in rear-wheel and all-wheel drive. Could the Vo... (more)

Volkswagen Rabbit News