For The Volkswagen Eos is enjoyable to drive thanks to the quality of its ride, handling and refinement. It seats four, has a classy, comfortable cabin and will hold its value well.
Against Prices for higher-spec models are high. Folding the roof dramatically reduces the boot space.
Smart-looking, great-driving cabrio with great refinement and build. Expensive, but the Volkswagen Eos is well worth it.
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The VW Eos is one of the best folding steel-roofed cabriolets, featuring an electric sunroof built into its retractable roof.
Rival cars from Peugeot and Renault can’t match the Eos’ image or all-round abilities, but while VW has got it right, it doesn’t sell its wares cheap. Top-spec versions are very expensive indeed.
Stick with the cheaper versions – which are anything but short of kit or power – and you can’t really go wrong. Whichever version you choose, residual values will be impressively high; a reflection of the Eos’ class and appeal.
Wonderful car, beautifully built, comfortable, drives wonderfully and you would never believe it only has a 1.4 engine but unless you have a garage…
We love almost everything about this car, the versatility of the folding top, the clever sunroof within the folding roof and regularly argue who will…
2010 PLATE,BOUGHT FROM NEW. NICE CAR TO DRIVE , INTERIOR VERY NICE BUT MANY FAULTS STARTER MOTOR BURNT OUT VERY SCARY WITH SMOKE POURING OUT OF BONNET…
I bought this car in September 2007. It was 10 months old and I now know that the previous owner rejected it because of a faulty roof. It is now 2…
Of the two 1.4 petrol-engined models, this feels the most sporting. It’s pricey, but resale values are strong, and the decent mpg, low insurance and low CO2 emissions make it cheap to run.