Volkswagen Eos Overview
This four-seater convertible rides comfortably and handles with agility. Its folding metal hardtop includes a clever sunroof setting. Open-top motoring is relatively free of wind buffeting. Interior fit and finish are impressive, and the seats are comfortable. Wind noise is pronounced with the top up. Power comes from a vigorous 2.0-liter, turbo four-cylinder, which delivers a good 25 mpg overall. The automated manual transmission is smooth and shifts quickly. This year is the final run for the Eos. Reliability has been average.
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