Used 2009 Volkswagen Eos Pricing


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2009 Highlights

The number of trim levels on the Volkswagen Eos has been whittled down for 2009. Last year's 3.2-liter VR6 engine is no longer available, and all trim levels now come standard with the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Other changes this year include optional parking assist (it used to be standard) and a redesigned optional navigation system. The new touchscreen nav system is ready for nearly any type of media with an integrated hard drive, a USB port and an SD card slot.

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Pros

  • Power-retractable hardtop with integrated glass sunroof, handsome styling, plenty of zip from turbocharged engine, respectable fuel economy, high-quality interior.

Cons

  • Not-so-sporty handling, limited backseat and cargo space, gets pricey with options.

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Used 2009 Volkswagen Eos for Sale

Volkswagen Eos 2009 Komfort 2dr Convertible (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6AM) Black Uni Moonrock Gray leatherette86,385 miles
Used 2009Volkswagen EosKomfort
List:$6,995
Est.Loan: $143/mo
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Good Deal!
$192 Below Market
Volkswagen Eos 2009 Komfort 2dr Convertible (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6AM) Eismeer Blue 98,327 miles
Used 2009Volkswagen EosKomfort
List:$7,998
Est.Loan: $164/mo
Volkswagen Eos 2009 Komfort 2dr Convertible (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6AM) Eismeer Blue Cornsilk Beige leatherette91,160 miles
Used 2009Volkswagen EosKomfort
List:$7,450
Est.Loan: $152/mo
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Fair Deal!
$205 Below Market
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Dealer Notes

After business hours please contact Tom at (540) 287-9504 Brand new on our lot, we have a BEAUTIFUL 2009 Volkswagen EOS Komfort! This EOS is blue, sitting on alloy wheels with GREAT tread left on the tires, hard convertible top, and is matched inside with a CLEAN tan leather interior! Powered by an efficient 2.0L turbocharged 4 cylinder motor, paired with a SMOOTH automatic transmission, and is capable of seeing upwards of 29 MPG! LOADED with tons of great features, like the power windows, power locks, power mirrors, power seats, dual climate controls, cruise control, and that's only listing a few! Premium surround sound speaker system with AM/FM radio, CD player, CD changer, MP3 playback capable, satellite radio ready, and even has a built in auxiliary cord hook up! With so many great features, and so much more to still see, you DO NOT want to miss out on a deal this great! So hurry and call, or stop by TODAY to schedule your test drive before you miss your chance to own this BEAUTIFUL, 2009 Volkswagen EOS Komfort!

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Safety

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
    G
    Good
  • Roof Strength Test
    Not Tested
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    G
    Good
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    Not Tested
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test
    G
    Good

Top Consumer Reviews

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Problem free for 72K miles!
Bought my car new in May 2009. Car is now 5 years old, and we've put 50,000 fun-filled miles on it. MPG is pretty good, too. On the highway, I get 32 MPG. In my mixed suburban driving, I will get about 28 if I drive normally, but have gotten as high as 35 on the same route by driving conservatively. My car has never leaked- but I paid heed to the advice on the owner forums to lubricate the roof seals annually, to keep them soft and pliable. (That's a 20 minute job.) I've had NO issues with the mechanical aspects of the car-- to date, the only thing outside of regular scheduled fluid changes was new rear brake pads at 31K miles. UPDATE: Now up to 68K miles, all still good. Rear brake pads again at 60K. My only real complaint with the car goes back to how VW packaged the options in 2009. Back then, to get the leather seats and steering wheel audio controls, you had to buy the Lux, which meant you got an automatic. I wanted the manual, which meant I had to have the Komfort, which couldn't have those other options. I do love my manual Tx- so it was the right choice, but I wish VW had been more flexible in the optioning. UPDATE: Now up to 75K miles all good. I did go ahead and proactively have the timing belt tensioner replaced, now that the extended warranty has expired. I decided the $1100 cost was worth it to prevent a potential catastrophic engine failure. NOT happy that VW won't issue a recall on this. I won't go into details, but google VW timing belt tensioner for the full story.
Worst Car Ever
I leased this car back in August on 2008 and have had nothing but problems with it and the dealership ever since. Four weeks after I leased the car, a transmission valve had to be replaced. I learned about his problem only after nearly being killed on the freeway because my car lost all forward momentum. To add insult to injury the dealership insisted it was my starter that caused this issue. Only after speaking to a mechanic was this issue actually addressed. The dealership had my car for over three weeks and tried to charge me for the rental car. Approximately a year later the manufacture issued a recall for this transmission value issue.
FUN2BEHAD
I had a 2006 Passat on lease. I had been looking for 6 months for a convertible. VW let me out of my lease for a ridiculous amount and I got a EOS. I had tried the Toyota, Sebring and a few others but loved the handling of the EOS. It's fun, no problems, lots of compliments. Most fun driving ever. The back seat is small, but deep and bigger then the Volvo, Lexus etc.. I always get compliments on the car. It's been so much fun. Great for road trips to the beach.