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On the move, the EOS was a well resolved mix of sportiness and comfort. The ride was smooth and the car’s body didn’t suffer from shake the way some convertibles can. The EOS interior is smart too, and the two trim levels offered both incorporated plenty of standard kit.
The entry-level model was the Sport, which came with air-conditioning, electric windows and rear parking sensors. Upgrading to the Exclusive trim got you luxuries such as heated leather seats and climate control.
Importantly, as well as comfortable accommodation for those in the front, unlike many convertibles the EOS also has space for two adults in the rear. Occupants don’t suffer too badly from wind-buffeting when the roof is lowered, either.
The roof was central to the appeal of the EOS, bestowing the car with the qualities of a high-spec three-door Golf with the fun of a relatively spacious convertible.
Standard safety features abound across all three Eos trim levels for 2012, including four airbags and steel beams—hidden behind the rear head restraints—that deploy during a rollover. Other standard protections include electronic stability control, anti-slip regulation, electronic differential lock and engine braking assist. The standard antilock brakes come with electronic brake pressure distribution and hydraulic brake assist. An Intelligent Crash Response system automatically unlocks all doors, turns off power to the fuel pump and turns on the hazard lights when the airbags have been deployed.