28 Jan '11, 8am

Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with a limited edition Golf. Get extra feature at no extra cost. Only 50 units...

Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with a limited edition Golf. Get extra feature at no extra cost. Only 50 units...

Volkswagen Centre Singapore is celebrating the upcoming Chinese New Year in a very special way – by launching a limited edition version of the Golf. The Golf Rabbit has exclusive, factory-fitted features that set it apart from the competition. These include multi-spoke ‘Pescara’ 16-inch alloy wheels, a Keyless Entry Start and Exit System (KESSY) and an engine start-stop button. A special Rabbit badge on the tailgate identifies this limited edition model. KESSY offers the driver the highest level of convenience as the transmitter need not necessarily be held in the hand to enter and start the car. As soon as a driver enters a radius of approximately 1.5 metres around the vehicle, the transmitter is identified by the proximity sensors in the door handles and by a radio impulse sensor in the key housing. Touching the door handles or the logo on the boot lid automatically unlo...

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