Volkswagen Eos CC (06 - 16)

Used Volkswagen Eos CC 2006 - 2016 review

Ownership cost
(2006 - 2016)
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What used Volkswagen Eos sports will I get for my budget?

How much does it cost to run a Volkswagen Eos sports?

The 2.0-litre diesel is the most economical with an official average of 47.1mpg. The next best is the 120 and 158bhp 1.4-litre TFSI model at 42.2mpg. However, some owners have told us that the 1.4-litre struggles to get close to this in real-world driving. Both 2.0-litre petrols average around 34mpg. The V6 petrol comes in at 30.7mpg.

Resale values for the Eos are strong, so while that will keep the purchase price high, you shouldn't lose too much through depreciation. This makes the Eos a safer bet than coupe-convertible rivals such as the Peugeot 307 CC and Volvo C70.

Road tax rates aren't too bad for this class of car, with the diesel emitting 158g/km of CO2 and the 1.4-litre petrols 159g/km. The other models range from 194g/km to 219g/km. Servicing and insurance costs are in line with rivals'.