2010 Volkswagen Eos Komfort 2dr Convertible (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6M)
I wanted a convertible, but in WA state, it can get a bit cold, so a soft top was not the best choice.
I test drove a couple other vehicles, but for the money, the Eos was the best choice.
I have enjoyed every minute of my car!
It has all the speed I need, and enough get up and go to merge nicely into traffic.
It handles very well.
The sunroof is amazing, and the convertible top works like a dream.
The back seat is a little tight, and I can't carry golf clubs in the trunk.
There are big blind spots, so one needs to be very aware of what is around them.
Otherwise, I couldn't be happier with this car.
Having a sunroof AND a convertible top.
Also very nice is the built in wind block on the top of the windshield that you manually pop up; it makes the ride a lot quieter.
Ability to drop back seats for more storage space in the trunk.
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