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Is a 2009 Volkswagen Rabbit a good car?

Is a 2009 Volkswagen Rabbit a good car?

According to reviewers who drove it when it was new, the 2009 Volkswagen Rabbit has impressive performance and an upscale cabin. All models come with a 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine, and test drivers said it provides good power. The Rabbit also has good crash test scores.

Does a 2009 Jetta have a timing belt?

Everything you need to know about 2009-2010 VW Jetta timing belt replacement on 2.0L TDI engine. The 2.0 Liter TDI engine with CBEA engine code is driven by a timing belt system which links the cylinder head, camshafts, injector pump, and crankshaft to run in sync.

Does a 2009 VW Beetle have a timing belt?

does a 2009 VW New Beetle 2.5 l have a timing belt or a timing chain? This engine uses a timing belt and not a timing chain.

What’s the gas mileage on a new Volkswagen Rabbit?

City fuel economy takes a short dive due to the new Rabbit’s larger engine, rated at 22 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway, which is less than some competitors. A diesel-powered variant, sold in the previous generation as the Golf TDI, is not offered yet.

What’s the price of a 2008 Volkswagen Rabbit?

The 2008 Volkswagen Rabbit’s Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) begins at just around $16,000, which is not bad for a compact with a 170-horsepower engine and plenty of standard equipment. The MSRP on the two-door Rabbit with six-speed automatic transmission starts around $17,000,…

What’s the length and width of a Volkswagen Rabbit?

The Rabbit is 165.8 inches long and 69.3 inches wide; its wheelbase is 101.5 inches. The Rabbit follows the Jetta and GTI with a three-spoke steering wheel and high-mounted center stack. Cargo volume is 15 cubic feet, and it grows to 46 cu. ft. thanks to a 60/40-split folding rear seat.

When did the VW Rabbit 5 come out?

Volkswagen brought its fifth-generation Golf to the U.S. in 2006 and dubbed it the 2006.5 Rabbit — bringing back an old model name and retiring the Golf badge. For 2007, the Rabbit is available in two- or four-door body styles and retains the basic hatchback shape that has made the model famous since its 1974 introduction.

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