Volkswagen released the Golf in 1974, but it came to the United States as the Rabbit in 1975. It was a hit from the very beginning and offered the quality of German construction along with excellent cabin space.
The Rabbit name was replaced by the Golf in 1985. Two decades later, the Rabbit was briefly reintroduced in the United States for a three-year period, with an inline-five engine rather than a 4-cylinder, some upgraded unique features, and the classic reliable construction it was initially known for.
Regardless of when you purchased your Volkswagen Rabbit, you can keep it in top shape. Our vast catalogue of VW Rabbit parts help you keep your vehicle in top condition. We also offer a range of Volkswagen Rabbit pickup parts for the truck constructed by Volkswagen of the same name. World Impex parts are hand-picked to retain that quality you deserve. By choosing our top Volkswagen Rabbit OEM parts, you can make sure your Rabbit is running strong for years to come.
This rascally vehicle had a brief yet fun run in the United States. The Volkswagen Rabbit car is almost indistinguishable from the Volkswagen Golf aside from the name and a few unique features that were introduced in this market.
You have every reason get your VW Rabbit (or Golf) back out there as soon as possible, and we’ll help. Contact us today for questions about our VW Rabbit parts or make your purchase online. Maintain that top-quality performance -- the same or better than you had all those years ago.