Volkswagen Eos

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2007-2016
2007 Redesign Year
Volkswagen Eos 2016
The Eos convertible can be considered the successor to the Volkswagen Cabrio, in that it's a Jetta-based four-seater equipped with a folding metal hard top. However, the Eos is much more luxurious than the Cabrio ever was. One novel feature for a convertible is a built-in sunroof that can be opened when the hard top is closed. The seats are comfortable and interior fit and finish are impressive. Head-protecting curtain airbags are housed in the doors. Power comes from a 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder, with Volkswagen's responsive sequential-shift DSG transmission. A 3.2-liter V6 is available with 2007 and 2008 models. The manual transmission was dropped in 2012. A rear-view camera became available beginning with the 2013 model year. The final year of production was 2015.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 $18,150 $14,085
2015 $15,075 - $17,150 $11,260 - $13,110
2014 $12,075 - $13,500 $8,530 - $9,780
2013 $9,975 - $11,675 $6,630 - $8,130
2012 $8,350 - $8,675 $5,160 - $5,450
2011 $6,875 - $7,525 $3,805 - $4,355
2010 $5,775 - $6,425 $2,785 - $3,385
2009 $5,175 - $5,775 $2,275 - $2,775
2008 $4,550 - $5,525 $1,765 - $2,565
2007 $4,200 - $4,675 $1,515 - $1,865