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2010 Volkswagen Eos OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Jeremy
Jeremy
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
3.0
Fun but expensive.
Overall, I had a lot of fun with my Eos. I had always wanted a convertible since I was first learning to drive (age 14), and when I turned 25 and could afford one, I bought my Eos. It was very cute, with a baby blue exterior and tan leather interior. I loved the hard top convertible design. It made me feel safe parking the car in a center city neighborhood and also kept me warm in the winter. It also had a great sound system, which is a plus when you're driving down the highway with the convertible top down! The biggest drawback, though, was that maintenance for the Eos was incredibly expensive, and that it was ultimately forced me to trade it in for something else. All of the parts are still made in Germany and imported to the US, which makes them more expensive than other car makes. I also found that routine maintenance was costly, given the design of the car.
Nancy
Nancy
Glen Cove, New York
5.0
Top Down Transformer
The car is fast to breakout of the garage and out into the street. It moves silently and hums as it hugs the road even in hairpin turns or hard rights. The stereo system is first-rate and has ports including USB to charge or plug in any device. The speakers are surround-sound and all the gauges are easy to read no matter if it sunny or dark of night.