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68 miles
 Location: Malden, MA
Volkswagen Rabbit PZEV in Malden, MA
Dealer:   (1)
Stock# 274367500
List:

$8,988*

Est. Loan: $184/mo

Gervais Kia - Lowell / Massachusetts

Located 18.5 miles away from Malden, MA

Dealer review:

We leased a 2016 Sorento in July of 2015. That is when I should have known to walk away from this dealership. The sales person was absolutely useless. She didn't know anything about the vehicle, and couldn't answer any questions about it. Then, when we went in to pick up the vehicle at the delivery time that she scheduled, she wasn't there. It was her day off. And the vehicle wasn't ready, since it had only come in the night before. So we wasted time that morning, and still had to wait a few more days to get the truck. When we finally did take delivery, the sales person tried to charge us for a title search, even though both she and the finance manager had told us that we didn't need to bring the title for our trade in with us. I refused to pay it. Starting in January of 2016, less than six months in, the check engine light was on, and the vehicle began throwing a code of P0010 ("A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit (Bank 1) ). We brought it to the dealership, and they kept it for a few days to figure out the problem. They claimed to have fixed it, but a week later, we were back with the same issue. They kept it for another week, and again claimed to have fixed it. The code came back two more times within a month, and they cleared the code and said it was fine (despite severely degraded acceleration performance). The poor acceleration was dismissed as "it's just cold out". When it came back for the 5th time, they called in a "regional mechanic", who diagnosed the issue, and explained that it was a symptom of a different part needing to be replaced. We had to wait until both parts were available. At this point, the weather had warmed up, and the problem subsided. A year later, come January, the weather started to get cold, and once again, the check engine light is on, and P0010 code is being thrown again. When we brought it in, yet again, and told the service writer Ralph that it was the same problem as the last 4 times, his response was "You don't know what the problem is. We'll look at it and tell you what it is". I have an ODB-II reader, and I can clearly read "P0010". It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out. After a few hours, they called to officially inform us that it was, indeed, the same problem as before. We were told that they would replace the two parts, yet again, and were assured that they were readily available. Ralph got very indignant when I questioned whether the parts would show up, since we had to wait for them over and over again the year before. Apparently, Ralph's indignation was a bit misplaced. We got a call the night before the scheduled repair (two days after being assured that the parts were on their way, an obvious lie) to tell us that the parts were on "National Back order" and it would take at least two weeks just to find out when the parts would be available. If the parts aren't available anywhere in the country, then obviously there is a much larger problem. The sales manager, Jim Brophy, has been completely useless as well. His assurances of "I'll look into this, and we'll make it right" have been empty promises in the hopes that we'll go away. He has done absolutely nothing, does not return calls, and is probably the most dishonest person I have met (and in the context of used car salesman, that is saying a lot). It doesn't bother him in the least that he is selling unsafe cars, and screwing every person that walks through the door. His only concern is that the customers keep paying, and they keep collecting the warranty money from Kia corporate. So far, every person in that dealership has either been completely incompetent, or just downright corrupt. So now, we are dealing directly with Kia corporate, and will most likely end up proceeding through the Lemon Law process.

Features and specs:

Description: Used 2007 Volkswagen Rabbit PZEV with Heated seats, Aux Audio Inputs, Alarm, Power Driver Seat, Fold Flat Rear Seats.
Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive

Listing Information:

Certified Pre-Owned: No

173,497 miles
 Location: Malden, MA
Volkswagen Rabbit PZEV in Malden, MA
Dealer:   (0)
Stock# 272580233
List:

Not Listed

Interstate Auto Auction - Salem / New Hampshire

Located 22.7 miles away from Malden, MA

Features and specs:

Description: Used 2006 Volkswagen Rabbit PZEV with Fold Flat Rear Seats, Alarm, Heated seats, Power Driver Seat.
Engine: 5-cylinders
Transmission: Manual
Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
22 Combined MPG (19 City/28 Highway)

Listing Information:

Certified Pre-Owned: No

117,152 miles
 Location: Malden, MA
Volkswagen Rabbit S PZEV in Malden, MA
Dealer:   (1)
Stock# 279010671
List:

Not Listed

Gervais Kia - Lowell / Massachusetts

Located 18.5 miles away from Malden, MA

Buy with Confidence at Gervais Volkswagen of Lowell. All of our Pre-owned Inventory go through a rigorous 172 point inspection and Safety check with our highly qualified technicians. Plus,_< our vehicles are backed with a CARFAX Buy Back Guarantee%2521 For over 50 years Gervais is still a Family owned and operated auto-group. We stand behind you,_< our vehicles and our community. Give us a call at %28844%29 846-7329,_< and stop on over to take a test drive in YOUR new vehicle. Also,_< donA't forget to ask about our extended Warranty Program%2521 Online price reflects %2524750 finance incentive through VW credit and must be finance with vw credit in order to take advantage of online price.

Dealer review:

We leased a 2016 Sorento in July of 2015. That is when I should have known to walk away from this dealership. The sales person was absolutely useless. She didn't know anything about the vehicle, and couldn't answer any questions about it. Then, when we went in to pick up the vehicle at the delivery time that she scheduled, she wasn't there. It was her day off. And the vehicle wasn't ready, since it had only come in the night before. So we wasted time that morning, and still had to wait a few more days to get the truck. When we finally did take delivery, the sales person tried to charge us for a title search, even though both she and the finance manager had told us that we didn't need to bring the title for our trade in with us. I refused to pay it. Starting in January of 2016, less than six months in, the check engine light was on, and the vehicle began throwing a code of P0010 ("A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit (Bank 1) ). We brought it to the dealership, and they kept it for a few days to figure out the problem. They claimed to have fixed it, but a week later, we were back with the same issue. They kept it for another week, and again claimed to have fixed it. The code came back two more times within a month, and they cleared the code and said it was fine (despite severely degraded acceleration performance). The poor acceleration was dismissed as "it's just cold out". When it came back for the 5th time, they called in a "regional mechanic", who diagnosed the issue, and explained that it was a symptom of a different part needing to be replaced. We had to wait until both parts were available. At this point, the weather had warmed up, and the problem subsided. A year later, come January, the weather started to get cold, and once again, the check engine light is on, and P0010 code is being thrown again. When we brought it in, yet again, and told the service writer Ralph that it was the same problem as the last 4 times, his response was "You don't know what the problem is. We'll look at it and tell you what it is". I have an ODB-II reader, and I can clearly read "P0010". It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out. After a few hours, they called to officially inform us that it was, indeed, the same problem as before. We were told that they would replace the two parts, yet again, and were assured that they were readily available. Ralph got very indignant when I questioned whether the parts would show up, since we had to wait for them over and over again the year before. Apparently, Ralph's indignation was a bit misplaced. We got a call the night before the scheduled repair (two days after being assured that the parts were on their way, an obvious lie) to tell us that the parts were on "National Back order" and it would take at least two weeks just to find out when the parts would be available. If the parts aren't available anywhere in the country, then obviously there is a much larger problem. The sales manager, Jim Brophy, has been completely useless as well. His assurances of "I'll look into this, and we'll make it right" have been empty promises in the hopes that we'll go away. He has done absolutely nothing, does not return calls, and is probably the most dishonest person I have met (and in the context of used car salesman, that is saying a lot). It doesn't bother him in the least that he is selling unsafe cars, and screwing every person that walks through the door. His only concern is that the customers keep paying, and they keep collecting the warranty money from Kia corporate. So far, every person in that dealership has either been completely incompetent, or just downright corrupt. So now, we are dealing directly with Kia corporate, and will most likely end up proceeding through the Lemon Law process.

Features and specs:

Description: Used 2009 Volkswagen Rabbit S PZEV with Rear Bench Seats, Tire Pressure Warning, Post-collision safety system, Aux Audio Inputs, Fold Flat Rear Seats.
Engine: 5-cylinders
Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
24 Combined MPG (21 City/30 Highway)

Listing Information:

Certified Pre-Owned: No

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Buying a used Volkswagen Rabbit in Malden, MA

Save money on over 3 used Volkswagen Rabbit's for sale across 1,325 dealers near Malden, Massachusetts. Edmunds has over 4,894,845 cheap new and used car, truck, and SUV listings, available in the following submodel types: Hatchback. The Volkswagen Rabbit is available in model years ranging from 2019 to 1990, with prices ranging from 8,988 to 8,988 and mileage ranging from 68 to 173,497. Volkswagen Rabbits in your area are available in the following trim types including (but not limited to) the following: PZEV and S PZEV The nearest dealership is Gervais Kia, approximately 18.5 miles away with 69 used Volkswagen Rabbit's in stock. The highest rated dealer in your area with a used Volkswagen Rabbit for sale is Gervais Kia, with an average user rating of 1 and 69 used Volkswagen Rabbit's in stock.

Options and features available on used Volkswagen Rabbit's available near Malden typically include:

Features: Alarm , Fold Flat Rear Seats , Aux Audio Inputs , Heated seats , Power Driver Seat , Post-collision safety system , Rear Bench Seats , Stability Control , Tire Pressure Warning .

Engine/Mechanics: 5 cylinders .

Transmission: Manual .

Fuel Type: regular unleaded .

Drivetrain: front wheel drive .

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