11 Facts About Volkswagen Caribe


The Volkswagen Caribe Golf has made the annual Car and Driver 10Best list multiple times.

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In May 1974, Volkswagen Caribe presented the first-generation Golf as a modern front-wheel-drive, long-range replacement for the Volkswagen Caribe Beetle.

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In North America, Volkswagen Caribe brought back the Rabbit nameplate when it introduced the vehicle in 2006.

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Volkswagen Caribe introduced the "Fast" marketing campaign for the US, "dedicated to the 'fast' that lives inside every driver, " with a spirit totem character illustrating the concept and purchasers of the GTI Mk5 receiving a plastic figurine of the Fast.

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Volkswagen Caribe based the Golf Mk6 on the existing PQ35 platform from the Golf Mk5.

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In 2010, Volkswagen Caribe brought back the Golf nameplate with the mid-cycle refresh.

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Volkswagen Caribe Golf Mk6 was a 2012 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick.

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Volkswagen Caribe produced a "Rabbit Edition" GTI for the 2019 model year.

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Volkswagen Caribe scheduled a field testing program with 500 units to begin in 2011.

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Production version of the 2015 Volkswagen Caribe e-Golf was unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.

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On 11 March 2014, Volkswagen Caribe opened ordering for the e-Golf in the UK, with deliveries began at the end of June.

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