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2011 Volkswagen Eos Review

Volkswagen's update to the EOS ensures it still remains a big crowd favourite.

Volkswagen EOS 103TDI Review

The EOS represents outstanding value for money against its competitio...

2008 Volkswagen EOS TFSI review

2008 Volkswagen EOS TFSI Road Test Model tested: Volkswagen EOS TFSI Recommended Retail Price: $52,290; $71,210 as tested. Options fitted: Individual package ($6,990); metallic paint ($690); satellite navigation ($2,490); CD changer ($790); Dynaudio 600W premium sound system ($1,990); Bi-xenon headlights with cornering lights ($1,990); electrically adjustable front seat ($1,490); Chicago 18" alloy wheels ($2,490)...

Retro Road Test Volkswagen Eos & MG B

Retro Road Test – Volkswagen Eos & MG B Could Eos be the modern day MG B? Models Tested: 2008 Volkswagen Eos Coupe Cabriolet Auto - $52,290 (RRP) 1968 MG B Roadster Four Speed Manual - $3,355 (when new) - by Matt Brogan When the opportunity arose to drive one of the most popular and well-loved roadsters of all time just so happened to coincide with my week of driving one of the most stunning coupe-cabriolets of the modern age, an idea was spawned - introducing our first Retro Road Test...

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Volkswagen Eos News

Volkswagen Eos, Polo, Crafter recalled for Takata airbags

Volkswagen Australia has initiated its recall for older-generation Polo, Eos and Crafter model lines has part of the ongoing Takata airbag campaign. In this latest notice, a total of 7847 vehicles are being recalled for potentially faulty inflators (front driver's side in the Polo and Eos, front driver and passenger side for the Crafter), across various model years...

Volkswagen Eos, Golf, Passat recalled for Takata airbags

Volkswagen Australia has initiated its recall for the older-generation Eos, Golf and Passat model lines as part of the ongoing Takata airbag campaign. This particular notice involves vehicles with potentially faulty driver's side inflators, which like other Takata airbags can have degraded propellant if exposed to high temperatures and humidity over time...

Volkswagen Golf, Passat, Polo, CC, Eos and Up! join Takata recall

Volkswagen has announced a multi-stage recall for 106,804 vehicles, after the Australian Federal Government yesterday announced a mandatory recall of vehicles fitted with Takata airbags. The company is at pains to mention none of these vehicles are fitted with the more dangerous 'alpha' inflators, and points out no current-generation cars are impacted...

Volkswagen Eos, Up! axed from streamlined range; Scirocco uncertain

The Volkswagen Up! will join the Eos in exiting local showrooms when stocks of the current model run out, and they could be joined by the Scirocco. Speaking about the future of the range-entry Up!, Volkswagen Australia communications general manager Karl Gehling told CarAdvice, “That [sub-light] segment is very price sensitive...

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