Volkswagen Eos vs Chrysler Sebring

Volkswagen Eos
Dimensions: in (mm)
Lenght: 173.6 (4409)
Width: 70.5 (1791)
Height: 56.8 (1443)

Chrysler Sebring
Dimensions: in (mm)
Lenght: 193.8 (4923)
Width: 71.5 (1816)
Height: 58.4 (1483)

Compare Volkswagen Eos vs Chrysler Sebring (1:1)

The Volkswagen Eos deserves more consideration than it gets. It provides the features and create class of a more expensive luxury model, making it a smart choice for drop-top sun seekers. Volkswagen Eos Convertible offers the following pros: High-tech retractable hardtop with integrated sunroof; solid dashboard quality; strong and efficient engine; ample option content. Volkswagen Eos Convertible drawbacks are: Tight backseat; built for convenience, not speed.

The 2012 Volkswagen Eos is a five-passenger convertible with a retractable hardtop roof that features an integrated sunroof. There are three versions: Komfort, Lux and Executive.

The base Komfort comes traditional with 17-inch alloy wheels, foglights, heated mirrors and windshield washer nozzles, a wind deflector, keyless entry, cruise control, heated eight-way performance seatings with four-way adjustable lumbar support, "leatherette" luxury vinyl upholstery, a leather-wrapped helm and shifter, and Bluetooth. The traditional eight-speaker audio system features an optional stereo slot, an Ipod interface, HD radio, satellite radio, a CD player and a touchscreen interface.

The Lux adds various 17-inch wheels, parking sensors, power-folding mirrors, keyless ignition/entry, automatic wipers, leather upholstery, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a navigator (HD radio is deleted). The Executive adds a sport-tuned suspension, 18-inch wheels and a 10-speaker Dynaudio audio system that restores HD radio. The Tech suite available on the Lux and Executive adds adaptive bi-xenon headlights, LED running lights, headlight washers and a color trip computer screen.
The 2010 Chrysler Sebring is available in sedan and convertible body styles. The sedan comes in Touring or Limited trim, while the convertible has three versions: LX, Touring and Limited.

The Touring sedan is the base model, and it comes traditional with 16-inch metal wheels, air-conditioning, full performance accessories, cruise control, a height-adjustable driver bench and a four-speaker CD audio with radio and an optional input slot. Features are limited to Bluetooth (which contains an auto-dimming rearview mirror) and an anti-theft alarm. The Limited sedan steps up to 17-inch alloy wheels, a multifunction helm, a six-speaker audio with a Six-cd/dvd changer, leather upholstery, an eight-way performance driver bench, heated front seatings, a fold-flat front-passenger bench, automatic headlamps and heated side mirrors.

Features on the Limited sedan are extensive, including 18-inch wheels, a sunroof, foglamps, Bluetooth, automatic conditioning, a hard-drive-based navigator with digital audio cargo and real-time traffic, and six Boston Acoustics speakers.

The LX convertible comes traditional with the four-cylinder motor, a performance vinyl soft top, 16-inch metal wheels, the Limited sedan's audio, performance front seatings, air-conditioning and full performance accessories. The Touring convertible adds the 2. 7-liter V6, 17-inch alloy wheels (optional on LX), heated side mirrors, stain-repellent cloth upholstery, a cushioned center control panel with an armrest and a key fob with power-top controls (also auxillary on LX).

The Limited convertible gets a retractable hardtop, the 3. 5-liter V6, dual exhaust tips, 18-inch alloys, a windscreen, leather upholstery with heated front seatings, Boston Acoustics speakers, steering-wheel-mounted stereo controls, automatic conditioning and remote start. Some of the Limited's features are available on the Touring as features. Other convertible extras, depending on trim, include Bluetooth, foglamps, a touchscreen audio with digital audio cargo and a navigator alike to the sedan's.