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You can find 25 different trims for the Volkswagen Eos and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 2006 through to 2016 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Eos first made its debut in 2006. It then remained on the market for just nine years before it was discontinued in 2015. Of course, only a single generation was released in this relatively short time.
Despite being a single-generation model, it did receive a mid-cycle facelift in 2010.
VW planned for this model to compete with other convertibles like the Audi A3 and the BMW 3-Series. Again, these would have been the convertible variants. Their hope was to produce a more affordable offering than these rivals.
Within Volkswagen, the Eos shares a number of similarities with the now-discontinued Scirocco cabriolet. One of these similarities is that the German carmaker implemented a 5-piece folding roof with an independent sliding glass sunroof.
Trim levels for the Eos consisted of various options like the Komfort, Sport, and Executive. However, there were a number of additional special editions released later on.
The most notable of these include the White Night and Final Edition. These were released in 2010 and 2014 respectively.
VW offered a surprisingly wide array of engines for the single-generation model. These ranged from a 1.4 L inline-4 through to a 3.6 L V6 for the petrol powertrains, while diesel versions were powered by one of two 2.0 L inline-4 engines.
All of these engines were mated with either a 6-speed manual or DSG transmission.
Upon the discontinuation of the Eos, VW announced that the T-Roc Cabriolet would become the fairly unorthodox successor in 2020.