In 2007, Volkswagen introduced the EOS as its first-ever hardtop convertible model. In 2012, the EOS underwent a facelift that saw it inherit styling cues from the Jetta, following Volkswagen's unconventional bottom-up styling language.
Coming into the 2013 model year, the EOS is pretty much a carryover from the previous year. The only addition of note for 2013 is the all-new Sport trim level, which adds an element of sportiness to the EOS’ classy base model.Read more »
The Executive trim caps of the EOS lineup by taking the Lux trimmings and pushing the luxury envelop to the max. On the outside, it spruces things up with the addition of 18-inch “Kansas” aluminum wheels, giving the EOS a more comfortable ride and a sleeker look. Inside the cabin, the Executive package picks up a more advanced RNS 510 navigation system and keep passengers entertained via a 10-speaker, 600-watt Dynaudio system. For added safety and convenience, the Executive trim also includes a rearview camera.
The Komfort trim level comes in as the base level for the 2013 EOS lineup, but it features standard amenities that you may not expect on a base model. On the outside, it features a set of 17-inch “Michigan” wheels for added style and comfort, a wind deflector to keep the cabin wind to a minimum with the top down, heated windshield washers for buyers in cooler climates and fog lights to help you see through low-laying clouds and a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Inside the cabin, passengers are entertained by a Premium VIII touchscreen radio with eight speakers, auxiliary connection, HD radio, SiriusXM, iPod connection and Bluetooth. Inside you also get power windows to make things easier, leather-wrapped hand brake lever and shifter knob for a luxurious feel, Climatronic dual-zone climate control to keep the cabin comfortable, and V-Tex synthetic leather seating.
The Lux trim level takes the Komfort’s basic trimmings and puts a luxurious twist on them. Outside, the Lux adds in 18-inch “Chicago” aluminum-alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlights and keyless entry and push-button start to help add a premium look and feel to the EOS’ exterior. Inside the cabin, the Lux continues building onto its luxurious exterior with the addition of wood trimming on the dashboard, console and door panels, power front seats, real leather seating and RND 315 navigation. In addition to all of the luxury features, the EOS Lux adds in park-distance sensors to help make parking it a little easier.
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|Build & Price|
2013 Volkswagen Eos$27,888 | 12,501 mi
2013 Volkswagen Eos$28,992 | 5,391 mi
2013 Volkswagen Eos$29,800 | 18,628 mi
2013 Volkswagen Eos$29,990 | 3,769 mi
2013 Volkswagen Eos$29,997 | 16,218 mi
2013 Volkswagen Eos$30,800 | 4,192 mi
2013 Volkswagen Eos$32,378 | 8,976 mi
2013 Volkswagen Eos$32,990 | 7,776 mi
2012 Volkswagen Eos$21,800 | 47,190 mi
2012 Volkswagen Eos$23,598 | 20,186 mi
2011 Volkswagen Eos$22,800 | 37,391 mi
2011 Volkswagen Eos$22,800 | 25,574 mi
2011 Volkswagen Eos$23,000 | 21,488 mi
2011 Volkswagen Eos$23,990 | 39,587 mi
2011 Volkswagen Eos$24,595 | 18,269 mi
2010 Volkswagen Eos$18,991 | 33,242 mi
2010 Volkswagen Eos$19,495 | 53,746 mi
2010 Volkswagen Eos$19,500 | 44,091 mi
2010 Volkswagen Eos$20,800 | 35,826 mi
2009 Volkswagen Eos$13,749 | 82,781 mi
2009 Volkswagen Eos$16,491 | 71,376 mi
2009 Volkswagen Eos$18,998 | 40,343 mi
2009 Volkswagen Eos$19,998 | 14,830 mi
2008 Volkswagen Eos$13,797 | 41,671 mi
2008 Volkswagen Eos$14,998 | 50,795 mi
2008 Volkswagen Eos$16,800 | 26,972 mi
2008 Volkswagen Eos$19,998 | 19,449 mi
2007 Volkswagen Eos$11,795 | 87,818 mi
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