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2015 Volkswagen Eos Overview

Justin Cupler
Automotive Editor - September 19, 2014

The Volkswagen Eos made its debut in the 2007 model year as the replacement for the Golf Cabriolet, but unlike the outgoing Cabriolet, the Eos was its own model and had a folding hardtop. In 2012, the Eos underwent its first and only refresh, which gave it an updated cabin, a standard DSG transmission, and a nose job that resulted in its front fascia closely resembling that of the Jetta.

What's New for 2015

The 2015 model year will be the last for the Eos, so VW saw it fit to give it a send-off trim that it dubbed the Final Edition. This Final Edition trim sits in the middle of the lineup and takes the place of the Sport trim from the previous year.

2015 Volkswagen Eos

Choosing Your Volkswagen Eos

With the exception of the sportier suspension of the Final Edition model, the entire 2015 Eos lineup is mechanically identical. They all feature a 2-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque. Likewise, the entire Eos lineup makes use of Volkswagen's six-speed automated transmission that delivers power to the front wheels.

Choosing the right Eos depends on the equipment you desire. There are three trim levels, each with plenty of features:


The base Komfort starts at $35,795 and comes standard with 17-inch wheels, hill-hold control to avoid rolling back from a stop on a steep hill, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with multifunction controls, a sunroof for those days you want sunshine but don't want to drop the top, Matte Chromium inserts on the dash and door panels, cruise control, dual-zone automatic climate control, a power driver's seat, V-Tex leatherette upholstery with heated seats up front, and a navigation system with a five-inch display, satellite radio, iPod connection and Bluetooth.

Final Edition

The Final Edition trim takes the well-equipped Komfort trim and adds extra luxury items. These include a lowered suspension with sport tuning, 18-inch wheels, bi-xenon headlights for added visibility, adaptive headlights, LED daytime running lights, "Black Peak" decorative inserts inside the cabin, keyless access and push-button start for added convenience, a rear spoiler and black exterior mirrors for an added touch of sportiness, a rearview camera, and rain-sensing wipers. All of this, and the Final Edition costs just $3,370 more than the Komfort.


Starting at $42,335, the Executive pushes the Eos into a new level of luxury by adding unique 18-inch wheels, real wood inserts on the dash and door trim, leather upholstery, an auto-dimming rearview mirror to help avoid getting blinded by traffic behind you, a touchscreen navigation system, a Dynaudio sound system with 600 watts of power and 10 speakers, and parking assist.

CarsDirect Tip

Knowing that the Eos is in its final year, we'd spend the extra $3,000 for the Final Edition. Not only does it offer more standard features, it's also more likely to have added collectible cachet in the future.

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