Used Volkswagen Eos for Sale
2015 Volkswagen Eos Komfort
$299 Shipping from CarMax Grand Rapids (Kentwood), MI
2012 Volkswagen Eos Komfort
$1999 Shipping from CarMax Centennial, NV
2012 Volkswagen Eos Executive
Coming soon to CarMax Cool Springs, TN
2016 Volkswagen Eos Komfort
Coming soon to CarMax Henderson, NV
About the Volkswagen Eos
If you are in the market for a sleek and sporty used convertible, the Volkswagen EOS is an excellent vehicle to consider. The Volkswagen EOS was discontinued following the release of the 2015 model, but used Volkswagen EOS models are still available for sale at CarMax locations across the country. Today, the Volkswagen EOS has retained its popularity thanks to high-end cabin materials, smooth and agile handling, and a turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The 2014 Volkswagen EOS, for example, comes equipped with a 200 hp 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine as well as premium standard features such as dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats and a five-inch color touchscreen display. All things considered, the Volkswagen EOS is a well-equipped and high-performing convertible that is sure to turn heads everywhere it goes.
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Q: Does Volkswagen still make the EOS?
A: No, the Volkswagen EOS was discontinued following the release of the 2015 model.
Q: Are all Volkswagen EOS models convertibles?
A: Yes, all Volkswagen EOS models are hardtop convertibles.
Q: Is the VW EOS AWD?
A: No, all trims of the 2014-2015 Volkswagen EOS come equipped with a front-wheel drive drivetrain.
2014-2015 Volkswagen EOS Trim Configurations
2014 Volkswagen EOS Trim Configurations
The 2014 Volkswagen EOS is available in three different trim configurations:
- Komfort - The base trim of the 2014 Volkswagen EOS, the Komfort trim includes features such as dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, a five-inch color touchscreen display, a 12-way power-adjustable driver's seat, and more.
- Sport - The Sport trim of the 2014 Volkswagen EOS includes everything found on the Komfort trim as well as push-button start, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, LED daytime running lights, a sport-tuned suspension, and more.
- Executive - The Executive trim of the 2014 Volkswagen EOS includes everything found on the Komfort trim as well as leather seats, a 6.5-inch color touchscreen display, a 10-speaker premium audio system, a rearview camera, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and more.
2015 Volkswagen EOS Trim Configurations
The 2015 Volkswagen EOS comes available in three different trim configurations:
- Komfort - The base trim of the 2015 Volkswagen EOS, the Komfort trim includes features such as heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, leatherette seats, a 12-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a five-inch color touchscreen display, and more.
- Final Edition - The Final Edition trim of the 2015 Volkswagen EOS includes everything found on the Komfort trim as well as a rearview camera, push-button start, leather seats, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and auto-dimming rearview mirror, and more.
- Executive - The Executive trim of the 2015 Volkswagen EOS includes everything found on the Komfort trim as well as a 10-speaker premium audio system, park distance control with rear proximity sensors, a 6.5-inch color touchscreen display, leather seats, a rearview camera, and more.
RepairPal gave the Volkswagen Eos an overall reliability rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks the Volkswagen Eos 42nd out of 45 among Compact Cars.
- Cost RepairPal reports that the average total annual cost for repairs and maintenance on a Volkswagen Eos is $564, compared to an average of $437 for Compact Cars and $556 for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Frequency According to RepairPal, Volkswagen Eos owners bring their vehicles into a repair shop for unscheduled repairs an average of 1.8 times per year, compared to an average of 0.9 times for Compact Cars and 1.4 times for all the vehicle models RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Severity RepairPal reported that the probability of a repair being a severe or major issue is 9% for the Volkswagen Eos, compared to an average of 10% for Compact Cars and 12% for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
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Reviews for Volkswagen Eos
I am in love with this car!
It drives great. it is so much fun with the convertible top and full working sun roof. the gas mileage is great. it is adorable (I did put a lot of rhinestones on mine also so it is cuter than any other!). It is small enough to fit in small parking spaces but comfortable for me to ride in. I love all the perks: Xm radio, 6 cd player, a/c, sunroof and convertible (only car that does both), Just wonderful.
- Dashboard: it is efficient, pretty and easy to use.
- Ride and Handling: Feels good. Easy to drive. Power when I need it (I feel the turbo!)
- Technology and Entertainment: Easy to use, has xm, 6 cd player, easy to use presets, etc.
- Cargo Space: Very little trunk space but I have downsized so it's ok.
I love my hard top convertible! I traded in a 2007, which I drove for almost 8 years, for a 2013. I wish the newer one had some of the amenities of the older one, like automatic headlights, but I still love it. Unfortunately, after driving it less than 2,000 miles, a headlight has gone out. It isn't just the bulb, so I have to put it in the shop to investigate electrical problems. This is really worrisome for me. I'm concerned that this may indicate other potential electrical issues.
- Styling: I love having a hardtop convertible, and I get many compliments on my cool "transformer" car!
- Power: Love the turbo!
- Interior Space: Small car with plenty of room for four adults.
- Cabin Noise: As with most convertibles, there is a little bit of cabin noise even with the top closed.
- Visibility: There are a couple of blind spots.
- Technology and Entertainment: Not totally sure I should put this as a con. I should spend more time with manual, I think.
Great till the roof broke..
I've had 2, a 2011 Komfort & a 2014 Executive. I should have never gotten rid of my 1st 1 I had built & regretted it so much I bought a 2014 but within 1 yr the mechanical components 9f the roof & sunroof began to break & the repair cost was more than the value of the car. I barely had 30k miles on her when this happened & there was no way I or the insurance was paying 25k to replace the top. I would love another 1 but another 1, it was fast & fun & the compliments were plentiful. ...but everytime I see one on the road all I say is good luck with the roof. There is no fix for it, it's a full replacement & unfortunately even VW dealership mechanics have very little experience with this car type. At this point, with them being so cheap you can get 1 & if it breaks, it breaks. ....but no matter how much you baby it & I did everything I could to keep it maintained, greased the track with VW oil & made sure all components were taken care of,, roof issues are inevitable. Enjoy it while you can & love every minute of owning 1 of the most amazing cars ever produced.
- Styling: It was the cutest car with so much to give. There has never been before or after it another hard top convertible with a sunroof. The pep it had, WOW!! I loved driving it more than my BMW M series convertible.
- Ride and Handling: The way it handled on the road was like a dream. I could take a corner at high speeds with ease. It had get up & go to no end. They were my favorites.. Both of my EOS's.
- Cost to Maintain: Electrical issues were abound in my 1st 1 & the 2nd 1 the roof completely busted after a year. The cost to replace a roof in an EOS is upwards of 25k...
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