Great hard top convertible. I bought it used and it being 5 years old it has kept its condition.
Fun with lots of great details~!
2007 Volkswagen EosTammai - Austin, TX03/09/2010
I LOVE this car! It is so much fun to watch it "transform" from a hard-top convertible to a sweet sassy little top-down hot rod! We are having a blast driving around in it! I love the steering wheel buttons for the computer menu, radio controls, etc. The included wind-deflector is awesome as is the pop-up wind-deflector over the windshield! I have always loved the stability, safety and economy of VW and this is the perfect combination of fun and practicality!
Great car. Have driven sport cars most of my life. Mostly two seaters. Though this is a two plus two with very little room for anyone in the rear seats it is still a great car as long as you don't plan on having any passengers in the back seats. Lots of power and torgue. Handles well, with plenty of luxury features one would only expect in much more expensive cars. The dual roofs (sun roof and convertible hard top) are definitely a bonus! Only regret - it took me so long to discover this car. Unfortunately this will be the last year VW will manufacture this vehicle. So sad (sniffle, sniffle, sniffle)!
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