2015 Volkswagen Eos Values

Select a 2015 Volkswagen Eos trim level

2015 model year changes

2015 will be the last year of the current generation Eos. Volkswagen has created a "Final Edition" trim in the lineup in commemoration of this fact. The Eos Final Edition replaces the Sport trim in the middle of the lineup, but the Final Edition includes features like redesigned wheels and a unique interior.

Competitive comparison

Retractable hardtop; sporty handling; ample turbocharged power; grown-up styling

Special features for 2015

The Volkswagen Eos remains a fantastic bargain of a convertible. The retractable hardtop gives the Eos better year-round practicality compared to other convertibles. With nimble front-wheel-drive handling, a high-quality interior, a superb turbocharged engine and plenty of standard features, it continues to have few competitors at the price.
Appropriately named after the Greek goddess of dawn, the Volkswagen Eos will allow you to enjoy plenty of early morning sunrises or late evening sunsets, provided that the top is down, of course. Choose from three trim levels, which include: Komfort, Sport and Executive. The base Komfort model includes 17” alloy wheels, power accessories, sunroof, dual-zone climate control that’s automatic, power and heated front seats, shifter paddles on the steering wheel, eight-speaker surround sound system with touchscreen, GPS, six-disc CD changer and iPod/USB interface with included Car-Net telematics service. Upgraded trim levels offer added features like bi-xenon headlamps, a spoiler, remote start and entry, metallic trim, 18” wheels and a 10-speaker premium Dyn audio surround sound system, amongst numerous other add-ons that you can choose from. A capable and turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine powers the Eos, producing 200 horsepower at 207 pound-feet of torque. You can upgrade to a longer warranty and add more years of protection to the standard three-year/36,000-mile warranty that’s offered by Volkswagen.