Typically, the Eos is a convertible model which drives like a sport sedan therefore you can expect a lot of fun and practicality from this one. The one thing you would least expect from this would be cargo space because of the fact that space is pretty much catered to the storage when the top is down. What more when this car is one of the only hardtop cars with a sun roof around. The BlueMotion system is where you will experience regenerative braking, start and stop and hill hold system as well as a visually possible gear change recommendation service. The whole concept here is to help you optimize and increase fuel consumption.

Overall performance of the car is said to be pretty impressive although power might not be on the your favourite’s list. If you are one who wants to get from point A to B in the shortest time possible, it pretty much serves its purpose but if you want to get there in as fast as possible then you might be left a bit disappointed. Of course, the fact that it comes with a 2.0 liter TSI engine that gets you 195 horses, which is one of the reasons why the price might put you off a bit. Getting you from zero to hundred in 10.9 seconds would not be the quickest around but is fast enough anyhow.

Ultimately, it would be the price which will put off most buyers probably because standing along the likes of the 3 Series and such, this bracket would provide very stiff competition especially when it comes to technology and class. Seriously, it is hard to consider a car this price to win the honours when there is the iDrive in the 3 series and such. Having said that, this car is one gem nonetheless.

 

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