2016 Volkswagen Eos Springfield MO
All good things must come to an end, but it’s not quite over yet for the 2016 Volkswagen Eos in Springfield MO. The model has a limited production for 2016, though the final year brings no changes to the hardtop convertible. Still, with a price reduction of $4,000, bringing the price down to $31,995, it isn’t all bad for those who’ve been holding out on shopping for one. It’s not only more affordable than before, but it has many of the same features which bring it just a touch of premium appeal.
As the model is outgoing, it is not offered in the as wide a range as previous model years, but will only be available in the Komfort trim. There are also no special packages offered, though it does have a range of available accessories. Standard features for the Eos include the power-folding hardtop with built-in sunroof, Bluetooth with audio, touchscreen navigation, VW Car-Net connected features, dual-zone climate control, V-Tex leatherette upholstery, heated front seats and an easy-entry front seat.
Style may draw in your eye, but it’s performance that makes you decide a model is the right choice for you. The Eos features a 200 horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged engine which returns 207 pound-feet of torque. The engine is paired with a 6-speed DSG automatic with Tiptronic and Sport modes.
It’s a tad obvious to say the Volkswagen Eos has gathered fans for its styling, as it’s the only hardtop convertible with a built-in sunroof. Those who aren’t fond of the two-tone scheme of a soft-top enjoy the seamless switch form a sophisticated coupe to top-down freedom, plus it’s practical.
Standard features in the Eos include electronic stability control, anti-slip regulation, anti-lock brakes, tire pressure monitoring, front and side-thorax airbags and the VW Intelligent Crash Response System, which shuts off the fuel pump, turns on hazards and unlocks doors after an accident is detected.
Last hurrah for 2016 Volkswagen Eos
With soft-top convertibles becoming the norm, the 2016 Volkswagen Eos is about due take its bow. Between its lower price and premium features, it isn’t likely to last long on the market, even without any changes from last year. It’s still a fun model to drive, and the coupe-like styling makes it just as attractive with the top up as with it folded flat. Lowering the top also takes just 25 seconds, making the power-folding feature a quick one to trigger.
Under the hood of the model is a 2.0-liter turbo four, which delivers 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque, meaning the Eos isn’t all looks and no brawn when it comes time to put the pedal to the medal. Overall, it’s an attractive vehicle that stands in as an affordable option for those seeking a convertible. Contact our friendly staff members here at Napleton Volkswagen Springfield to learn more about how you can get a 2016 Volkswagen Eos before it becomes unavailable for good.