The Volkswagen Rabbit was the first post-war car from a foreign manufacturer to be made in the US. Production began in 1978 in Westmoreland, Pennsylvania but ended in 1984. German built vehicles then came to market as the Golf for the first time in 1985. The Rabbit sets the standard for compact hatchbacks and Volkswagen Rabbit parts offer a level a quality and features not found on other cars of the same price. In 2006, the Rabbit name came back on the hopes that it would attract more buyers. The Rabbit name was not as fondly remembered as Volkswagen had hoped and the name switch didn't help sales so it was changed back to Golf the following year. This contrasts with the Jetta, which has kept the same name in the US, but has changed several times in other markets in hopes of building sales.