I love this car! I purchased it as a second vehicle. I also have a mini van. I wanted something that was fun to dive and had some style but not a real fancy car. I also wanted something that you don't see 15 others just like it in the Target parking lot. THIS is the right car for me. It is zippy and fun to drive. I love putting the top down (which is very easy) but even more, I love having the possibility of putting the top down. The gas mileage isn't great and it does take premium - but it is better than the mini van. The back seat is small, but I rarely have passengers in the back. I would recommend the car to anyone who is single, no children and want some style without a big investment.
very noisy cabin, brakes squeal. i understand this is common
2009 Volkswagen EosJill - Elgin, IL04/14/2015
it's sporty and fun to drive. I get lots of compliments.
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