The VW Eos 2010 is stable on the highway even with the top down, exhibiting little of the body shake common to convertibles at highway speed. It is balanced enough in the corners to provide a fun ride, but the steering and suspension are clearly intended for comfortable cruising, not sporty driving. Brakes are competent, though some testers say they fade quickly with repeated hard braking.In the end, you'll have to decide how much you want to pay for top-down motoring and how important it is for top-up motoring to include a roof made of metal and glass. If your budget is fixed somewhere in the low $30K range, the 2009 Volkswagen Eos is an excellent choice. However, when fully optioned, the Eos makes less sense as its price nears that of BMW's superb 3 Series convertible, a vehicle that combines a hardtop, driving fun and prestige."-- When the top is up on the Volkswagen Eos it doesn't look anything like a soft-top convertible. Admittedly it's not eye-poppingly attractive or truly sexy, but it's acceptable. In many ways the Eos is a cross between a Jetta or even a Passat and a GTI. That's appropriate, as it's built off a combination of the three cars"
Just when you though Volkswagen had run out of ideas for special edition models, the German firm goes and creates another one. If you live in Europe, say hello to the new Eos GT Sport model that is distinguished on the outside by its mainly due to the black colored retractable hardtop with tinted rear windows and 18-inch alloy wheels. The special edition version also adds chrome grille slats, darkened headlights and 'cherry-red' tail lamps along with a lower stance thanks to the standard sport suspension that lowers the ride height by 15mm.
The new special edition Eos also features numerous upgrades in the interior including aluminum sport pedals, heated front seats in leather / Alcantara and a new three-spoke leather steering wheel with gray decorative stitching.

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