The Rabbit is the kind of vehicle that quickly becomes an important tool in your day to day life because it’s comfortable enough to drive all day and it’s small enough to fit into any parking space. Of course, that small size can be a problem on longer journeys when you have to take a lot of things with you which is why we have a range of Volkswagen Rabbit roof racks. They’re the easy way to ensure that you always have enough space for every trip that you need to take!
We have everything you need to make your journeys easier by taking things out of the interior of the vehicle and putting them securely on the roof out of your way. We have specialized carriers to carry specific tools like bikes, kayaks or even spare tires and we have more generalized box carriers that allow you to fit a range of different things in them so that you don’t need to put them in the vehicle which is perfect for dirty boots. We have everything you need to suit your needs and we have everything at prices that give you great value for your money!
Unlike many companies that sell automotive parts and accessories, we encourage our employees to actually test available choices on their own cars before we offer them for sale. Because we want you to be satisfied with what we offer, we also invite you to take a look at over 2 product reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars to see what customers who have already purchased from us say. And if you have specific questions about any products we sell, our specialists are available seven days a week to provide answers.
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Posted by Nicholas T.
"The product was shipped in fair time, came undamaged, and installation instructions are pretty easy. Disappointed thus far in that one side of one of the bars continues to pop out of its place. The installation is definitely correct, however the protective grip pad that is glued onto the straps has already detached. Also, upon looking at several other VW's, there is a round nipple/pin inside the area the straps connect to. A hole drilled into the strap would be much more stable. Almost there, but this item still has bugs to work out. "