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Volkswagen Eos 2007

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Mother Proof's view

Mother Proof's view

By Lori Hindman on January 16, 2008

I love car names that make sense. Give a car a name that reflects its personality, and I remember the car. Give a car a number, and I'm guaranteed to mix it up with all the rest of them. The n... Read More
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The Sacramento Bee's view

The Sacramento Bee's view

By Mark Glover on April 13, 2007

Automakers sometimes get a little carried away when they introduce a new vehicle, but it's a bit understandable with the all-new 2007 Volkswagen Eos.There's really nothing else like it ou... Read More
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Star-Telegram.com's view

Star-Telegram.com's view

By G. Chambers Williams III on February 27, 2007

I missed convertible weather by about a week, so my recent test of the all-new Volkswagen Eos was, unfortunately, completed mostly with the top up. But unlike most convertibles, the Eos is designed... Read More
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KansasCity.com's view

KansasCity.com's view

By Tom Strongman on December 22, 2006

Volkswagen's Eos is a far cry from the last Rabbit convertible, and its degree of civility reflects the evolution of small convertibles.Gone is a canvas top that stacks atop the back seat, rep... Read More
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AZCentral.com's view

AZCentral.com's view

By Bob Golfen on December 18, 2006

While most of the nation shivers this time of year, we get to drop our tops. Sunshine, blue skies, light jacket and a cool little convertible turn a routine drive into a slick cruise. Here's ... Read More
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Our view: 2007 Volkswagen Eos

Our view: 2007 Volkswagen Eos

By Joe Wiesenfelder on December 12, 2006

With its retractable hardtop and excellent drivetrains, the new Eos convertible is a welcome addition to the Volkswagen lineup and to the market as a whole.VW has a habit of releasing convertible m... Read More
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Boston.com's view

Boston.com's view

By Royal Ford on December 10, 2006

What better way to test both versions of a new model hailed by Volkswagen as an all-weather convertible than to drive it in the crisp, gusty air of a New England fall and then under the baking sun ... Read More
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The Detroit Newspapers's view

The Detroit Newspapers's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on November 22, 2006

ANN ARBOR -- Unrelenting gray skies, drizzle and snow flurries marked the week in November that the 2007 Volkswagen Eos convertible was parked in my driveway.But the gloomy weather didn't seem... Read More
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Los Angeles Times's view

Los Angeles Times's view

By Dan Neil on November 15, 2006

THE Volkswagen Eos owes its name to the Greeks - Eos was the Titan goddess of the dawn, so the antiquarians at VW inform us - but owes its existence to the Vandals. In the 5th century, these indiff... Read More
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chicagotribune.com's view

chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on October 8, 2006

A long-standing rule in the auto industry is that when you aren't going to be first in the market with a new feature, you sure as heck better be best when you do offer it.Volkswagen followed t... Read More
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