Volkswagen Eos Questions

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Can The VW EOS Be Towed Flat On Four Wheels Behind An RV Motor Coach?

Can the VW EOS be towed flat behind a motor home?

Timing Chain Recall

I have the 2012 VW EOS LUX SULEV I just purchased last weekend. I saw earlier in this group that someone had said there was a Timing chain recall How do I find out if my vehicle is included in thi...

Do Dealers Pay You Based On The Selling Price And Agree To Honor Your Prici...

I bought a car and it decreased the day I bought it by $500. I got an email from you saying the price had dropped moments after I signed the deal and had not yet taken delivery. Do they have an agre...

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Eos Check Engine Light

I have an '11 eos, check engine light came on, mechanic replaced all 4 coils and plugs. drove 200 miles, check engine light keeps coming on. they say the fault code displayed is a misfire on cylinde...

Volkswagen Eos Overview

Volkswagen has had a convertible in its lineup almost since it starting making cars way back when, and its latest iteration of the drop-top is a doozy. The 2007 Volkwagen Eos, fittingly named after the Greek goddess of god and wind, is a successor to the Cabrio ('95 to 2002), which itself was a successor to the Rabbit Cabriolet. And this time, the German automaker had done its convertible right.

The focal point of the Eos is its tech-tricky five-piece hardtop, which folds in on itself and stows neatly in the trunk in just 25 seconds. The hardtop also has an integrated panoramic power glass sunroof, so drivers have a number of options when the want to let the sunshine in.

Two trim packages are available -- the standard Eos and the Eos 2.0T. The standard engine is a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder that generates 200 hp, while a a six-speed manual is the standard transmission. Other standard features include air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, an AM/FM/CD/MP3 eight-speaker audio system, front and side airbags, and traction control.

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