2007 Volkswagen EosKristina - San Diego, CA02/11/2011
I haven't purchased a new car since 1997. The VW Eos with the lux package has been a wonderful upgrade. It's a comfortable ride, good 'get up and go' and fun! There is some leakage when it rains, but it was minor and living in Southern California, it isn't a grave concern for me. I love the dual feature of convertible and retractable sun roof, the aux hookup for i-gadget and satellite radio feature.
Spoiling My Daughter
2008 Volkswagen EosThe Dad - Houston, TX03/22/2011
This is a beautiful little convertible runabout. It's surprisingly quick and nimble and a pleasure to drive, even for an old dude like me. My daughter chose the car for its high "cute" factor, but the transformer-like convertible hard top appealed to the geek in me. With all those automated hydraulics I thought it prudent to purchase the extended warranty.
Love my EOS
2009 Volkswagen EosBeach Bum - St. Pete FL03/31/2012
Have looked at the EOS for a long time. Finally, bought mine with a little guilt over buying a convertible. But absolutely love it with no regrets. Good finish and features. Love the white gold color. The leatherette seats do not get hot. Makes me smile when I drive it!
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