2007 Volkswagen Rabbit
131,975 Miles
$3,000

St James, NY
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2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
75,378 Miles
$9,811

Fairless Hills, PA
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2007 Volkswagen Rabbit
72,033 Miles
$7,497

Waterloo, NY
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
108,496 Miles
$6,188

Waterloo, NY
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2006 Volkswagen Rabbit
132,543 Miles
$5,792

Everett, WA
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2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
57,751 Miles
$9,998

Davie, FL
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
76,403 Miles
$8,998

Austin, TX
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
86,993 Miles
$8,599

Sterling, VA
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
87,243 Miles
$8,998

Spokane Valley, WA
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2007 Volkswagen Rabbit
110,146 Miles
$6,000

Marysville, WA
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2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
60,698 Miles
$6,000

Staten Island, NY
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
100,512 Miles
$8,988

Healdsburg, CA
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
84,957 Miles
$9,425

Springfield, OH
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
44,620 Miles
$9,988

Shingle Springs, CA
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
93,660 Miles
$6,900

York, ME
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
57,078 Miles
$8,475

Burnsville, MN
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2009 Volkswagen Rabbit
95,599 Miles
$6,546

Nanuet, NY
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
132,167 Miles
$4,999

Eden Prairie, MN
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
110,901 Miles
$5,995

Indianapolis, IN
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
131,795 Miles
$6,500

Raleigh, NC
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Volkswagen Rabbit Buyer's Guide

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

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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.
Story
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)

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit - Safe, Reliable, but not as great on gas as I would like.

Beverly, Massachusetts
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
3.0
What attracted me to the Volkswagen Rabbit primarily was the safety rating - I knew I wanted something I would feel confident having a child in. I haven't encountered too many out of the norm problems with it thus far after having it for approximately 4 years. It's been very reliable, for which I'm grateful for, and I've probably put almost 100k miles on it in the four years that I've had it. It's a pretty sporty car too, which is a nice perk - engine pick-up is great when merging onto highways. It's a very smooth ride - I swear my passengers are so relaxed by it, it's sometimes hard to keep them awake. The downsides of the vehicle is that it's certainly not the best vehicle for driving in snow (I live in an area that typically has substantial snowfall in the winter), repairs are prici... (more)
Story
This car has a dual transmission, but I don't know how to drive a manual transmission so I always keep it on automatic. One day I was driving, with my foot on the gas but my car wasn't accelerating - I thought for sure I had to have blown my transmission. It took me nearly ten minutes to figure out that I had accidently switched to manual transmission.
Pros
The plus sides of the car is that it's very safe, it's a nice smooth ride, great engine pick-up and has been extremely reliable thus far. The stereo system in it is pretty stellar. The model I own also has a moon roof which is a pleasure on a nice summer day.
Cons
The downsides of the car is that it's not the best for winter roads, the cost of repairing it can be somewhat pricey, it's not great on gas, and it doesn't have a whole lot of storage space.

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit - Great Car... Do the Scheduled Maintenance

Paradise Valley, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
Purchased as an off-lease vehicle with 20k miles on it in 2010. The last six years have been mostly positive. Have added approx. 50k miles over the last six years. The car has performed well, and I would rate the quality at about average. Had to replace the clutch about 20k ago, but that was possibly due to letting my wife drive it. For a small car it has great highway manners, and is an excellent road trip car. Have taken it from Phoenix to San Diego and back several times, and have enjoyed driving it immensely. Oil changes aren't bad if you do them yourself... The car requires a specific grade of oil that is VW specific. Mobil fits their specs and I am able to go 10K between changes... It is a relatively easy card to do your own maintenance on i.e.. turn signal bulbs, coolant, air fi... (more)
Story
Great car to drive up into the mountains from the Phoenix area; either going to Flagstaff or Payson.
Pros
Great utility. Like a baby SUV with the hatch. Lots of storage in the hatch when the rear seats are folded forward.
Cons
Some repairs. Has been less reliable than my Mustang at the same age.

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