2. Volkswagen Eos
Consider yourself special if you bought a new Eos this year. Spread across Volkswagen’s U.S. dealer network, sales through the first seven months average to just over four units since New Year’s Day.
It really shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, either. The Eos is one of the most expensive vehicles in VW’s portfolio. With a starting price around $36,000 including delivery, it’s easy to understand why so few end up taking one home.
For some perspective, the Beetle convertible costs about $10,000 less to start, albeit with the regrettable 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine.