New 2019 VolkswagenGolf GTI 2.0T Rabbit Edition Manual Hatchback

  • VIN: 3VW5T7AU6KM006888
  • Stock: VT19019
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Located at
Jim Ellis Volkswagen of Chamblee
Location Details
Fuel Economy
24.0/32.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Deep Black Pearl
Interior Color
Titan Black
Body/Seating
Hatchback/5 seats
Transmission
6 speed manual
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
2 2.0L TSI DOHC
Volkswagen Golf GTI

Highlighted Features

  • Blind spot sensor
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Rain sensing wipers
  • Speed sensitive wipers
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Heated front seats
  • Remote keyless entry

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

2019 GTI Rabbit Edition

Dealer Installed Equipment:
Window Tint - $395
Allstate Paint & Fabric Protection - $349

ALL GTI S standard features, plus:

* 6-speed manual transmission
* 18" split 5-spoke gloss black alloy wheels
* LED headlights w/AFS and LED DRLs
* Static cornering lights
* Black painted VMAX rear spoiler
* KESSY
* Embroidered Rabbit logo seat tags
* Red-trimmed black cloth floor mats w/GTI tag
* Front Assist w/Pedestrian Monitoring
* Blind Spot Monitor w/Rear Traffic Alert

* 2-Years of VW Care included with every new Volkswagen from Jim Ellis Volkswagen of Chamblee
* The People First Warranty - 6 years/72,000 miles (whichever occurs first) New Vehicle Limited Warranty
* Volkswagen Wolfsburg Crest Club Award for 5 consecutive years
* Winner of Consumers' Choice Award for 15 consecutive years
* Pricing valid towards purchasing with approved credit, cannot combine special offers, see Dealer for details
* All Special Vehicle Pricing includes dealer service charge
* Pricing excludes gov. fees of tax, tag, title and Warranty Right Act (WRA)

The Next Step? Give us a call to confirm availability and schedule a hassle-free test drive! We are located at 5901 Peachtree Blvd, Atlanta, GA, 30341.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.6Out of 5
  • Performance for a small price...

    By wwhjazz on Thursday, May 03, 2018

    5.0
    I am a mature adult but I have spent my life around performance and sports cars. A few years ago after owning a very capable 4 x 4 Toyota FJ cruiser I opted to get a GTI for around town, fuel economy and just plain driving fun while keeping the Toyota for ruggedness. The GTI offers the best balance performance engineering and versatility on the market. The fit and finish are impeccable. The only complaints I have is thats the infomat screen was very dated which became upgraded the following model year. It is also virtually impossible to parallel park next to a curb without scuffing the rims due to the low profile tires and rim design. And I consider myself and excellent urban parker. This car fits the bill for people who appreciate performance engineering but dont want to shell out the money for an Audi or BMW. An extremely high comfort level and interior finish for the price range.
  • First GTI

    By Arivaca on Monday, January 18, 2016

    5.0
    I've owned this car for about 5 months. It's my daily commuter and I still find myself making up reasons to run an errand so I can get behind the wheel. I waited for the 2016 in order to enjoy Apple CarPlay and USB port. However, a software update was needed and after 4 months it's finally operational. That's been my only complaint in regards to reliability. This car will put you back in your seat, but in a very civilized manner. Freeway on ramps are my best friend. Passing is a breeze and the go-cart like feel during cornering is a pure joy. This is not the car for you if you want every bump and road seam to be sucked up because the car can be a little bumpy, but nothing close to punishing. If you truly enjoy being a "driver" than there is no other car on the road that is as well balanced and economical as the 2016 GTI. Some features I love are the backup camera, keyless entry/start, HID lamps, Apple CarPlay, versatility of the hatch, plenty of legroom for rear passengers, driver's assist (saved me more than once from a collision), cool interior lighting, bolstered seating, plenty of torque, superb braking and the overall handling during cornering. Some suggestions would be a power-hatch, foldable side mirrors with auto-tilt for backing up and a chirp instead of an annoying honk when you lock it with the remote (i.e. Audi). This car is just plain FUN! I read every review and watched every video I could find when researching. The EXPERTS who compare cars everyday for a living agreed this was THE BEST car on the market for 2015. For 2015: North American Car of the Year. Autoweek "Best of the Best" car. Automobile 2015 All-Star. Car & Driver 10 Best. Motor Trend 2015 Car of the Year. Yahoo Autos Car of the Year. NO car will give you absolutely everything your heart desires, but this hot hatch comes closest to anything I've driven in my 30 years.
  • Review of my GTI S manual trans

    By Robert on Saturday, January 07, 2017

    5.0
    I have owned the car for 2 years and over 10k miles. Purchased new. Got the base model, S trim, manual transmission. I have owned probably 30 cars including new Boss 302, Mustang GT, multiple Civic Si, Ridgeline, Passat, we own a Caddy SRX, have had two X3 BMW, just you you understand my perspective.. I absolutely love this car. Not one breakdown or unexpected event. Interior is a 10/10. Nothing in this price class even comes close. Seats are as good as Boss 302 Recaros. Heated seats are standard, no one else does heated seats on base trim. I compared endlessly to a WRX before buying and test drove that thing twice. WRX is faster but thats it. That car is rough, clutch, shifter are like an old Fox body. turbo lag followed by big hit of torque whether you want it or not. The interior is a bad joke in that car. We owned a Crosstrek with that interior, I know. GTI is fast, smooth and refined. Interior noise is a little more than it should be. Stock tires are junk, spin in the rain all the time engaging traction control. Stock stereo is pretty bad but I am a car stereo guy so YMMV. I would buy another in a second. Hammering the car every day ( you just cant help yourself) I still average about 24 mpg. Highway, babying it, I have seen a consistent 36 for over 100 miles at about 70 mph. I cant see why anyone would buy anything else in this price range.

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