This four-seater convertible is now in its final year of production. The Eos rides comfortably and handles with alacrity. Its folding metal hardtop includes a clever sunroof setting, and full open-top motoring is relatively free of wind buffeting. Interior materials are well-assembled, and the seats are comfortable. Wind noise is pronounced even when the top is fully raised. Power comes from a vigorous 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder, which delivers a good 25 mpg overall. The automated manual transmission is smooth and shifts quickly.