Volkswagen Eos 2010 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Volkswagen Eos 2010 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
ACCC issues fourteen recalls in past fortnight
A number of potentially hazardous faults have been identified in vehicles sold in Australia, prompting a wide range of recalls.Read More
Volkswagen fix revealed for Australia
US owners of VW cars with diesel engines that can cheat emissions tests have already been given $500, but local owners still have no compensation.Read More
Used Volkswagen Eos review: 2007-2012
Gary Cooper is very happy with his 2012 Eos 155 TSI auto. It is well finished and comfortable, and he likes the roof and the fact that it has a back seat, even though there isn't a lot of room for ...Read More
Dealer stitch up
I can understand your frustration. I wouldn't buy the extended warranty, that's the dealer trying to stitch you up. To suggest that you would need an extended warranty is tantamount to saying the car will break down again, and suggests the dealer doesn't have much confidence in the product. First and foremost the dealer and VW should be fixing the car, no question. Under American laws your car would most likely be declared a lemon and VW would have to reimburse you for the cost of the car or replace with another one. We don't have those laws, pity, so you have to battle with a company that has shown a reluctance to fix problem cars. The oil leak is one issue that should have been fixed the first time to car went in, there's no excuse for it not to have been fixed. The second problem would appear to be the dreaded DSG gearbox, and there's no reason for that not to be fixed. It all should be at VW's expense.
Stylish, practical cars
But the really important question is: what do women want in a car?Finding the answer keeps carmakers tossing and turning at night, because they are well aware that women choose more than half the ...Read More