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What you must know before buying the Volkswagen Eos
Kimberly Smith, Automotive Editor -
  • 2015 is the last model year for the Eos
  • Selling for less than MSRP
  • Very limited inventory
  • 1.9% APR financing and a special lease offer are available on 2015 models

Get it while you can:

Volkswagen announced that it will stop producing the Eos in Spring of next year, making the new 2015s the last of the bunch. The latest lineup includes a Final Edition model that starts at $40,030 MSRP, including destination, which is more expensive than the base Komfort model ($36,660 MSRP) but less than the top-of-the-line Executive model ($43,200 MSRP).

Deals on 2014s:

Prices on new 2015 models are below MSRP this month, but you'll save about twice as much by instead opting for one of the 2014 models since these have been significantly reduced. Considering how low demand has been in recent months, you may be able to negotiate these prices down even further.

Placing an order is standard:

2015s are still arriving but are generally stocked in very small numbers. 2014s are getting more and more difficult to find in stock.

Special offers:

Volkswagen is offering financing as low as 1.9% APR for 60 months on 2015 models, and this month's lease promotions require $0 due at signing, $0 down payment, $0 security deposit, and $0 due for the first month's payment. Leasing a 2015 Eos Komfort with automatic transmission will run you $479 per month for 36 months, not including tax, title, options and dealer fees.

Get it while you can:

Volkswagen announced that it will stop producing the Eos in Spring of next year, making the new 2015s the last of the bunch. The latest lineup includes a Final Edition model that starts at $40,030 MSRP, including destination, which is more expensive than the base Komfort model ($36,660 MSRP) but less than the top-of-the-line Executive model ($43,200 MSRP).

Deals on 2014s:

Prices on new 2015 models are below MSRP this month, but you'll save about twice as much by instead opting for one of the 2014 models since these have been significantly reduced. Considering how low demand has been in recent months, you may be able to negotiate these prices down even further.

Placing an order is standard:

2015s are still arriving but are generally stocked in very small numbers. 2014s are getting more and more difficult to find in stock.

Special offers:

Volkswagen is offering financing as low as 1.9% APR for 60 months on 2015 models, and this month's lease promotions require $0 due at signing, $0 down payment, $0 security deposit, and $0 due for the first month's payment. Leasing a 2015 Eos Komfort with automatic transmission will run you $479 per month for 36 months, not including tax, title, options and dealer fees.

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Incentives & Rebates

Incentives available to everyone:

Special Incentives:

We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, Volkswagen is not offering incentives on the Executive 2dr Front-wheel Drive Convertible at this time. See a complete list of Eos incentives and rebates by Style below.
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