Volkswagen’s premium midsize sedan continues its appeal to buyers seeking greater sophistication and personality than most family cars can muster. While other VW models have been downscaled in search of higher sales, the CC remains committed to its near-luxury roots.
What's New for 2014
Navigation is now standard on all CCs, and VW’s Car-Net telematics suite joins the option list. The line-topping V6 Executive gets additional equipment, and there’s a new 2.0T Executive trim level.
Choosing Your Volkswagen CC
Most models are powered by a turbocharged 2-liter four-cylinder good for 200 horsepower. Buyers can get a conventional six-speed manual or a dual-clutch six-speed automated manual transmission. The available 3.6-liter puts out 280 horsepower and comes standard with the automated manual and all-wheel drive.
The line is divided into four distinct trim levels:
The 2.0T Executive is a thoughtful addition to the line. It provides a high level of luxury and convenience without the added expensive of the V6 and all-wheel drive. All things considered, it’s our favorite way to equip a CC.
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