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You can find 34 different trims/engines for the VW Eos and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2007 through to 2014 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Volkswagen Eos is a sport compact cabriolet coupe that was produced between 2006 and 2015. The Eos had a 2-door, front-engine configuration.

It competes against both the Audi A3 and the BMW 3-Series, making for a more affordable option than the competition. Within VW, the Eos is related to the Golf and Scirorroco cabriolets.

Volkswagen implemented a 5-piece folding roof with an independent sliding glass sunroof.

The Eos came with a surprising number of engine options throughout its limited lifespan. Petrol engines ranged from several 1.4-liter TSI inline-4s through to the 3.6-liter VR6 V6 engine.

For the diesel models, options were much more restricted. There were two variants of the 2-liter TDI turbocharged inline-4 diesel engine, both with different power output ratings.

Regardless of engine type, all of these cars were front-wheel-drives. These were controlled by either a 6-speed manual or Direct-Shift automatic gearbox.

The Eos received only a single facelift in 2010. This included a new front and rear bumper setup, particularly the head and taillights. There were also a number of new wheel options made available.

Volkswagen released a Final Edition trim to commemorate the final run of production models before its discontinuation in 2015, which was a result of the Eos being too expensive to catch on with the desired customer base.

There was also a White Night special edition. This included a custom interior, custom wheels, and a special black and white trim.

Other trim options for the later Eos models were the Komfort, Sport, Lux, and finally the Executive.

The VW T-Roc cabriolet then became the successor to the Eos. However, this only happened upon its release in 2020.