The 2011 Volkswagen Eos is ready to deliver the pure thrills that can only be had on the open road, with a versatile three-mode retractable hardtop that allows drivers and passengers to maximize their driving enjoyment all year long.
The 2011 Eos stands out against the competition led by its traditional coupe, full-function sunroof, and total convertible roof modes.
The inside of the 2011 Eos’ interior is as every bit chic and pure Volkswagen as the exterior, and can be customized in either the Komfort or Lux package levels. The Komfort model comes standard with the comfortable yet durable V-Tex leatherette material for the front and rear seats, while the Lux model is highlighted by soft leather and three colors to choose from.
Standard is the Volkswagen Media Device Interface and iPod cable, enabling playback and control of a multitude of USB-based devices and drives.
Matching the innovative exterior design and functionality of the 2011 Eos is the drivetrain nestled under the hood. Driving the front wheels is Volkswagen’s potent 2.0-liter turbocharged and intercooled four-cylinder gasoline engine with a stout 200 horsepower and 207 lbs.-ft. of torque.
The Eos comes with two transmission choices to best fit the everyday needs of its drivers. The first is a standard six-speed manual and the second option is Volkswagen’s variable DSG six-speed automatic transmission with Tiptronic control.
Base model estimated mpg: 21/31
Estimated starting price: $32,940
Compiled by Motor Matters

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