Big country ........... but would be fun with these cars! I have a brother in Sherwood Park, and get out there every once in a while to visit.Excellent!! Fellow Canadian EOS owners unite!!!
Maybe some day we could have a "meet".
Welcome to the forum ... almost as much fun as driving your car, but not quite! I'm not too far away, in Collingwood. Got mine the day they were launched and have not seen one other on the road yet! Sure attracts a lot of attention 'tho. License plate is SKULEFAL (I live in a schoolhouse and my initials) Glad to have you around!Hey Guys!
Got my Black on Black baby last October and saw my first other EOS on the road a couple of weeks ago. It was Eismeer blue and the license plate was VW EOS. It was driving down the Queensway in Ottawa two lanes over from us. Both had the tops down (15 degrees) and I wish we'd seen him earlier as we didn't get a chance to acknowledge him.
My tags are TOTLEOSM like my screen name.
We had a mild winter here in Ottawa, on Christmas Eve I drove my kids to the grocery store with me wearing antlers, and my twin 8 year olds in the back, one with a Santa hat and the other an Elf hat. 5 degrees outside, top down, sun shining...you can imagine the looks we got. Most were smiles and I think we made the day for a couple of older folks out for a walk. The girls at Tim Horton's got a kick out of it at the drive-thru too.
I love this car! It's been 7 months and I'm still madly in love....
Welcome ... bet you can hardly wait. I live in Collingwood/Blue Mountain area ... with snow tires, it handled beautiully through the winter. Actually, there have been just under 800 sold in Canada since last September, still not a lot! You're gonna love it, when you get it!So I'll be getting by EOS first week of June. I have only seen ONE Eos in the GTA- Toronto area. The dealership told me back in March that there are only 150 EOS available in the CDN market...not sure if the number is true but it sure does feel like it.
How did the EOS handle their first Cdn winter??