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8.0
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On Features
BASE INVOICE
$31,622
BASE MSRP
$32,940
On Features
The 2011 Volkswagen Eos offers a competitive set of comfort-oriented features, though there aren’t many ‘wow’ tech options.
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Option packages contain leather upholstery and a sport suspension for crisper handling.
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optional Sport Package models including stiffer shocks and springs and increased anti-roll bar diameters front and rear
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The top doesn't require a lot of extra space above the car to operate, but you do have to provide at least 16 inches behind the car. Rear sensors will warn you if you do not have enough room to complete the process.
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The 2011 Volkswagen Eos comes in Komfort and Lux models. Standard on all models are Bluetooth connectivity and a touchscreen interface for the stereo, as well as a leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel and instrument cluster.

Komfort models come with a leatherette upholstery, while Lux models get available leather and a power driver's seat. Available on the Lux is a 600-watt, ten-speaker Dynaudio premium surround system, a navigation system with hard-drive music storage, Sirius Satellite radio, and SD memory-car slot, and steering-wheel controls.

iPod connectivity is a stand-alone option, but there are several packages, including a Technology Package that includes adaptive front headlamps. Also available on the Lux is a sport suspension and larger 18-inch alloy wheels.

Conclusion

The 2011 Volkswagen Eos offers a competitive set of comfort-oriented features, though there aren’t many ‘wow’ tech options.

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