jeffkaz, my EOS was ordered by me, and has a build date after yours of 22/10/08. Delivery was in early January.
The picture and the details in the text of the EOS brochure were of the new TSI engine that I supposed I had ordered. I actually said, but did not receive in writing, that I wanted that latest TSI engine. The paper sheet stuck in the boot says TSI. I assumed that the 2009 spec cars would automatically have it. My error. Thought I was dealing with less devious people. The technical specifications in the brochure for the so-called 147TSI are actually for the old FSI. The fuel injection system is FSI, and the other difference in the quoted specs is that the torque rev range is 100 RPM lower in the actual TSI. All other details published [bore/stroke etc] are the same because they are, although the 2 engines are completely different. That is VWAU's sneaky let-out-clause.
The cunning dealer just put 2.0lt on my order form, and TFSI, [which is not a VW moniker, but an Audi one!] on the pre-delivery check form. They claimed not to know what was occurring with these shenanigans, yeah right, just don't ask why car dealers have the low reputation that they do?
So to sum up, VW Germany, with an arrogance which conforms to their national stereotype, decided that all their engines would now be called TSI whatever they actually were, whether they were turbocharged, supercharged, or both. [They then changed their mind and the new Passat has a 3.0lt FSI designation!] Lucky I suppose they didn't call the Polo a Golf whilst they were at it.
VWAU then compounded the 3 card trick by producing the above brochure, and relying on the phrase, "Authorised VW dealers will provide up-to-date information on model application, design feature etc, on request" Only in my case the dealer didn't, and they later claimed they had no knowledge of this engine swap.
VWAU at first told me that the engines were the same, and that VW were perhaps using up old FSI engine covers as an economy measure! Hearing my reaction, and with me sending them the full details of the TSI engine, they then fell back on legal caveats in the brochure.
Arrogant manufacturer, couldn't-care-less importer, slippery dealer.
Fighting this in the courts would be expensive, and might not succeed, RACQ had advised me. Silvershadow makes some excellent points, however, and his line could be well worth investigating.
A great pity, as it has left a nasty taste in my mouth, taking some of the enjoyment off what is nevertheless basically a good car.