volkswagen eos

Recall Alert: 420,000 Volkswagen Sedans, SUVs, Convertibles, Hatchbacks and Wagons

By Matt Schmitz on August 14, 2015


Vehicles Affected: Approximately 420,000 Volkswagen vehicles, including model-year 2010-14 CC and Passat sedans, and Tiguan SUVs; model-year 2010-13 Eos convertibles and Jetta sedans; model-year 2011-14 Golf and Golf GTI hatchbacks; and model-year 2011-13 Jetta SportWagen wagons The Problem: Debris may… Read More

Recall Alert: 420,000 Volkswagen Sedans, SUVs, Convertibles, Hatchbacks and Wagons

By Matt Schmitz on August 14, 2015

Vehicles Affected: Approximately 420,000 Volkswagen vehicles, including model-year 2010-14 CC and Passat sedans, and Tiguan SUVs; model-year 2010-13 Eos convertibles and Jetta sedans; model-year 2011-14 Golf and Golf GTI hatchbacks; and model-year 2011-13 Jetta SportWagen wagons The Problem: Debris may… Read More

Prediction: 10 Cars We Think Won't See 2016

By Jennifer Geiger on December 15, 2014

Like your favorite new network TV show, some cars just won't be around anymore. This year yielded a bumper crop of exciting new cars, trucks and SUVs, but what about those that have been, let's say, taken out to the… Read More

2015 Volkswagen Eos Final Edition Means the End of the Road

By Kelsey Mays on August 26, 2014

Remember when Volkswagen introduced the 2010 New Beetle Final Edition? It signaled the passing of a car that spent an eternal 13 model years going from spring chicken to throwback turkey. Well, the Final Edition is back, and it heralds… Read More

2014 Volkswagen Eos Cars.com Review

By Matt Schmitz on December 23, 2013

Let's cut to the chase: The 2014 Volkswagen Eos is just too darned expensive. Cars.com reviewer Jennifer Geiger said the hardtop convertible's looks are handsome but not sexy; its turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder is peppy but dragged down by an unrefined… Read More

Ten Cars That Won't See 2015

By Kelsey Mays on December 18, 2013

Automakers give all sorts of reasons for canceling a model. Sometimes it comes from a deliberate one-and-done cycle, as Scion often employs. Other times a car too similar to its corporate siblings — compare the ultra-luxury Maybach brand to an optioned-out… Read More

Muscle Cars Top Most Stolen Sporty-Car List

By Matt Schmitz on October 30, 2013

A trio of nameplates synonymous with American muscle — the Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger — are also the strongest candidates to be swiped by auto thieves. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau's new list of most… Read More

What-If Game Narrows Car No. 2 Choices Quickly

By Sara Lacey on October 11, 2012

My husband Rich's car is in need of serious repair, and the hard truth is we need to be thinking about a new (or new-to-us) car. This conversation should be entertaining to have because a second car gets to be… Read More

2012 Volkswagen Eos: Car Seat Check

By Jennifer Newman on October 31, 2011

This Car Seat Check was originally published in August 2011 on MotherProof.com. Volkswagen is ready for summer with its updated 2012 Eos. The hardtop convertible has sharper styling and a turbocharged four-cylinder for the 2012 model year. What it doesn't… Read More

Cars.com Podcast: 2012 Chevy Sonic, 2012 Volkswagen Eos, 2012 Fiat 500C

By David Thomas on October 19, 2011

Small is big these days, and Chevy’s new Sonic is a big deal for the automaker. It replaces the poorly reviewed Aveo and so far has been impressive. Editors Joe Wiesenfelder, Joe Bruzek and Bill Jackson discuss how far Chevy’s… Read More

Cars.com Reviews the 2012 Volkswagen Eos

By Colin Bird on August 22, 2011

After five model years, the Volkswagen Eos gets a slight refresh for 2012. The convertible looks more masculine, but aside from that, the small footprint and nifty retractable hardtop stick around. But you get what you pay for, and the… Read More