ATHENS – Volkswagen of America Inc. is confident that next month’s exclusive return of the Volkswagen Rabbit will help the German brand maintain its strong sales pace. The Rabbit, which replaced the since-revived Beetle, returns to North America after a 26-year hiatus. During that time, the small car has been marketed as the Golf, the name by which the car continues to be sold everywhere else in the world. The Golf badge never resonated in the U.S. market, evidenced by market research ...
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