Volkswagen Eos

The Eos is a generous size, sharing its platform with the current Golf/Jetta models. Volkswagen made a point of making the side roof rails as long as possible in order to give a more gradual curve to the rear roof-line, making the Eos look and feel very coupe-like in comparison to other cars in its class and giving it a well proportioned look in the process.

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Something else setting it apart, is the fact that the car has a fully functioning sunroof, giving you the best of both worlds. On the road the Eos feel more like a sunshine cruiser than a GTI. The suspension is on the soft side of sporty, but still firm enough to handle any corners you may point it at.

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The range starts with a 1.6 FSI powerplant version, featuring 16″ alloy wheels and a CD player as standard equipment, moving onto the “sport” with a variety of specifications, including the 2.0 litre Turbo engine from the Golf GTI. Top of the list is the 3.2 litre V6 with 17″ alloys, dusk sensors, heated front seats, multi function computer, leather upholstery and the clever DSG gearbox as standard, making for a very attractive coupe convertible.

[Source: VWvortex]

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