2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
140,847 Miles
$6,995

Salem, OR
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
93,777 Miles
$5,599

Philadelphia, PA
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
91,510 Miles
$6,475

Burnsville, MN
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
69,402 Miles
$6,495

Minneapolis, MN
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
68,370 Miles
$6,900

Joliet, IL
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
108,600 Miles
$6,500

Rock Island, IL
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
97,670 Miles
$7,977

Tacoma, WA
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
31,736 Miles
$7,100

Snellville, GA
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
36,754 Miles
$9,998

Merrillville, IN
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
67,984 Miles
$6,500

Snellville, GA
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
107,267 Miles
$5,995

Crawfordsville, IN
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
95,926 Miles
$6,198

Waterloo, NY
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
94,753 Miles
$5,600

Orland Park, IL
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
160,211 Miles
$5,287

Englewood, CO
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
94,895 Miles
$5,950

Iowa City, IA
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
128,604 Miles
$6,995

Scottsdale, AZ
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
95,626 Miles
$4,495

Addison, IL
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
52,460 Miles
$8,495

Hawthorne, CA
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
98,138 Miles
$3,999

Downers Grove, IL
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit
134,207 Miles
$4,595

Midlothian, IL
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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.5
Performance
4.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0

2008 Volkswagen Rabbit Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Volkswagen Rabbit - Comfortable driver seat, somewhat expensive maintenance.

Rabbit Owner
St. Louis, Missouri
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
I have enjoyed owning this car. It's a nice size. I can comfortably seat 4 people. The hatchback makes it easy to carry larger items like luggage, and the flexible cover for the hatchback makes it so no one can see what I'm carrying. I have owned the car for about 7 years and had to have the master cylinder replaced under the extended warranty. I have also had to have the alternator replaced, and this car seems to go through batteries more than my Subarus did. These repairs seemed a bit more expensive than on my other cars, but repairs always cost more than you would like.
Story
You can fit much more than you would think in a hatchback. I squashed so many things into this car moving from Nebraska to Missouri.
Pros
My main consideration in buying a sedan/hatchback was a comfortable driver seat. It's painful for me to sit in a car for over 30 minutes, so I was looking for a car with a telescoping steering wheel. I'm 5 foot 6 inches, so many card have my arms far away from me and up at my shoulder height or above. I really like that the steering wheel moves forward and back as well as up and down, and that I can move it closer to my knees. I also liked that the seat is adjustable up and down instead of just forward and back. The heated seats are awesome too. I like the hatchback and that the back seats... (more)
Cons
Repair costs seem more expensive, but that may be how it is for a foreign car. My rear windshield wiper housing mysteriously disappeared. I think it fell off while driving. Major parts like the alternator and master cylinder had to be replaced within the first 6 years of owning the car, so that was a bit disappointing. The dark interior shows dirt more than I would like. I would go for a brown, closer to dirt color floor and seats next time.

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

HC
Beverly, Massachusetts
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
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.

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