Saturday, October 23, 2010

Detail Interior VW-EOS

What could be better than zooming along a beautiful country road in your Volkswagen EOS with the top down on a lazy summer day? Knowing that you can put the top up with a touch of a button even while driving should you get stuck behind a large manure truck along the way!
Detail Interior VW-EOS
Detail Interior VW-EOS

The Eos also has door locks, power windows, and mirrors plus automatic headlights. It has dual automatic climate controls that work well and its good sound system was fairly easy to tune. The test car added a navigation system costing $1,800 that includes a six-disc changer in the center armrest, a different locale.

Also standard in the Eos is a tilt-and-telescope steering wheel and 12-way power front seats with multi-position lumbar support. The seats are heated and have five settings too. VW has loaded the Eos with a tire pressure sensor; side and curtain air bags; heated outside mirrors; and good overhead lighting.

And as part of the sport seat package, the test car has some toggles on the back of the wheel to enable manual shifting of gears with the tap of a finger. If there's one thing that the Eos lacks, it's probably trunk space, which is a meager 5.4 cubic feet. But in fairness to the Eos it can accommodate a small bag or a couple briefcases.


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