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The 2008 Volkswagen Rabbit's standard five-cylinder engine is more torquey and responsive than many other rival four-cylinder engines, and the Rabbit offers a wealth of standard equipment, plus more safety features than most other cars in its price range. The GTI models bring perky performance and improved handling to the same practical hatchback body style.
2008 Volkswagen GTI Trims
2dr HB Man MSRP: $22,800.00
2dr HB DSG MSRP: $23,875.00
4dr HB Man MSRP: $23,300.00
4dr HB DSG MSRP: $24,375.00
2dr HB Man *Late Avail* MSRP: $22,800.00
2dr HB Man PZEV MSRP: $22,800.00
2dr HB DSG *Late Avail* MSRP: $23,875.00
2dr HB DSG PZEV MSRP: $23,875.00
4dr HB Man *Late Avail* MSRP: $23,300.00
4dr HB Man PZEV MSRP: $23,300.00
4dr HB DSG *Late Avail* MSRP: $24,375.00
4dr HB DSG PZEV MSRP: $24,375.00
2008 GTI Changes
Both the VW Rabbit and the sporty GTI model see minor changes for 2008. The Rabbit's 2.5L inline five-cylinder engine now makes 170 horsepower, up 20 from last year, and tire pressure monitors are newly standard. The GTI gets revised suspension settings that reduce its ride height by nearly an inch.
The Rabbit is now offered in a single trim level, called the S.
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