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2007 Volkswagen Rabbit Overview

Essentially a carryover from the 2006 Volkswagen Rabbit, which was introduced mid-year, the 2007 version adds a few new features, including MP3 capability for the stereo system and an optional tire pressure monitor. Other than that, standard features include 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.

The Rabbit is available in both two-door and four-door trim packages. The four-door hatchback adds a number of additional features, including 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.

The 2007 Rabbit is powered by a 2.5-liter 5-cylinder engine that pumps out a respectable 150 hp. The engine conforms to stringent zero-emissions guidelines and gets up to 30 mpg on the highway, according to VW. A five-speed manual transmission is standard, while a six-speed automatic with Tiptronic is available as an option.

Drivers have been quick to recognize the Rabbit's affordability 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.

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