Volkswagen Eos 2007 2008 2009 2010 Workshop Service Repair Manual The Volkswagen Eos is a hardtop convertible (or “coupe”, as there are types VW) with luxury intentions. The Eos is a unique two-door vehicle in the VW range, despite sharing much of its design with the previous Jetta and Passat models.
The Eos’ unique style and packaging give few natural competitors, the MINI Cooper S Convertible could be an alternative will be considered, as could the BMW 1-Series Convertible. The MINI is small, and the BMW is more expensive, however.
Volkswagen Eos stored as the successor to his VW Cabriolet (based on a previous model Golf) when the car is brought back to life in 2007. The convertible was a fabric roof, though, the Eos was definitely a step in insulation, weather protection and comfort. There is also a hit with kids who watch gleefully raise the convertible top, place in separate panels that nest inside each other, and withdraw in order to fall into the trunk – all in less than 30 seconds. Volkswagen Eos 2007 2008 2009 2010 Workshop Service Repair Manual
The packaging is quite wonderful in the Eos, in fact. Its trunk is quite spacious, and the service is not top descend if there is anything in its path. The back seat is surprisingly roomy enough for kids or even shorter ones, for short stints and the access is not bad. Wind deflection is not so great at highway speeds, though, so you’ll probably travel at speed with the top up.
For a closer look at the Eos, see the full review of the 2013 Volkswagen Eos.
The Volkswagen Eos has not changed much since its launch in 2007, except for some changes to trim levels and the loss of the VR6 engine option. All models feature a pop-up roll bar and head and thorax side airbags bags, along with more standard features than you’d find on other small VW cars.
This year there is only one engine in the Eos offered: a 200-hp, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder (2.0T), here with either a six-speed manual or the optional and excellent, paired six-speed automated Shift Gearbox (DSG) transmission.
Offered the first two years of the Volkswagen Eos as an option 250-hp, 3.2-liter VR6, which came only with the DSG. What it gained in smoothness and engine sound, but the V6 was more fuel – it was much thirstier – and it really does not feel much faster on the road. The current motor is good on fuel, with EPA ratings of 21 mpg city, 31 mpg highway.
In newer versions of Bluetooth became the standard and larger wheels have helped spruce up the Eos’ appearance slightly. And for 2013, sponsored by VW that a new sport trim. Due to a lowered suspension, adaptive bi-xenon headlamps, fog lamps and special 18-inch alloy wheels and a touch-screen audio system
Handling and road holding are more conservative than the car exterior might suggest. The Eos is a more coordinated, better balanced car than all the smaller cars in VW’s lineup, with the exception of the GTI and it is much finer than the hot hatch. Ride quality in the Eos is also smooth and composed, especially for such a short car.
Volkswagen Eos 2007 2008 2009 2010 Workshop Service Repair Manual