We bought a 2007 Eos that uses 1 quart of oil every 1000 miles. VW claims this is normal but never mentioned this until after we brought it to the dealer to find out where all the oil was going.
If you buy this car, make sure you have 2 or 3 bottles of synthetic oil meeting VW specs in your trunk. You will use it.
2007 Volkswagen Eosjwmayo - Herndon, VA09/14/2010
My previous VW Cabrio is 12 years old, has over 200,000 miles on it and gets over 35 MPG so I have passed it down to my kids. Hopefully, my EOS will last as long as my Cabrio. So far, my EOS has exceeded my expectations. Mileage is 27+ MPG in city, rush hour driving. The performance is significantly better than I expected which makes it a joy to drive. The hardtop is AWESOME! I parked next to someone driving an Audi last night and they had major problems trying to put their top up, my EOS takes 24 seconds with a flip of a switch and works perfect every time. The road noise is amazingly quiet both with the top up and top down. If you like "top down driving" then an EOS is the only way to go!
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