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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...

2008 Volkswagen Eos petrol and diesel review

2008 Volkswagen Eos petrol and diesel review and road test   Models tested: 2008 Volkswagen Eos TFSI and TDI Good looker roof up or down, rigid body, excellent performance, build quality, versatility Boot space cramped, which one to pick? CarAdvice rating: - by: Alborz Fallah & Karl Peskett When we road test a new car the manufacturer hands over the keys for a week and usually says have fun (or in the case of the Bugatti Veyron, they send a guy with the car)...

2007 Volkswagen Eos First Steer

A convertible with a sunroof, it almost defies logic. But – in a world first – the new Volkswagen Eos features a five-section hard top with an integrated sliding/tilting sunroof. The idea is that the sunroof is used when it’s not hot enough for the roof to be down – these are the hard decisions that convertible drivers are dealt, it’s a hard life isn’t it? Launching the new Volkswagen Eos was reserved for one of the most picturesque parts of Australia – The Great Ocean Road...