Volkswagen Rabbit Convertible Seat Belt
The Volkswagen Rabbit Convertible is also known as the Golf Cabriolet. The early prototype did not have the roll-over bar, and also had a flat body line in the rear. The production version of the convertible was known as the Type 155 as well as the Golf Cabriolet. In the United States, the Rabbit Convertible has renamed Cabriolet and was sold from 1980 to 1993. The newer model has a reinforced body, a transverse roll-over bar, and a high level of trim. Throughout its production, the convertible did not change except for a larger fuel tank. From 1988 all of the Cabriolets had clipper body kit which had smooth body-coloured bumpers, wheel-arch extensions, as well as side skirts. The Golf cabriolet had special editions which were included the Etienne Aigner, Carat, CC, and Wolfsburg.
The Volkswagen Rabbit has good safety ratings with a 5 star overall NHTSA safety rating. Regardless of how well you drive on the road, and how well the vehicle or you drive, its safety components are incredibly important. Safety is key. Driving safely on the road, and having all components of the vehicles Supplemental Restraint System in factory conditions are both great ways to help ensure your safety. If you are ever in an accident, you want to make sure the vehicle can protect you the best it can. For this to happen, you may need to get some parts replaced, repaired, or reset. Safety Restore can help with your Volkswagen Rabbit seat belt repair, SRS airbag modules reset, cluster repair, and more! Visit SafetyRestore.com for more information.