Volkswagen's 2006 Rabbit four-door hatchback doesn't skimp on features. Its new 2.5-liter, in-line 5-cylinder engine, which is linked to a five-speed manual transmission, pumps out 150 ...
Volkswagen's 2006 Rabbit four-door hatchback doesn't skimp on features. Its new 2.5-liter, in-line 5-cylinder engine, which is linked to a five-speed manual transmission, pumps out 150 hp for zippy driving around town and good gas mileage on the highway.
Manufactured in Germany, the 2006 Rabbit also comes standard with six-way adjustable seats with side bolsters, dual front and side-impact airbags, remote power door locks, power mirrors, power windows with pinch protection and key activation, blinkers with a lane change feature (flashes three times with a single tap), two power ports, four-wheel anti-lock disk brakes, cruise control, and traction control. And with the rear seat down, the Rabbit has more than 46 cubic feet of storage space, easily accessed via the hatchback.
Additional standard features in the four-door hatchback include a 10-speaker CD stereo system with a "smart" feature, so it automatically adjusts its volume up or down, depending on how fast you're going, to compensate for road noise. The four-door also gets a six-disc CD changer, rear passenger side airbags, heated seats in the front, and upgraded cloth upholstery.
Drivers have been quick to recognize the Rabbit's affordability (at least for the base models) and its German-made quality. They also have responded positively to the smoothness of its ride, its redesigned interior and exterior, and its economical gas mileage. What's more, a number of drivers feel the five-speed manual is way to go if you want to experience the true driving experience with this car.