Volkswagen’s couple-styled four-door takes aim at buyers who desire a touch more sophistication and prestige than your typical midsize sedan can offer. While other VW models have been downscaled to broaden their appeal, the CC remains loyal to its near-luxury roots.
What's New For 2015
Aside from some new wheel choices, the CC is unchanged.
Choosing Your Volkswagen CC
Most CC models are powered by a turbocharged 2-liter four-cylinder good for 200 horsepower. Surprisingly, a conventional six-speed manual transmission is standard, which should please traditional VW fans. Still, we suspect the vast majority of buyers will opt for the six-speed automated manual. The available 3.6-liter V6 puts out 280 horsepower and comes standard with the automated manual and all-wheel drive.
The CC comes well-equipped from the start, so much so that it could be mistaken for a bona fide luxury car. Advancing through the trim levels only augments this feeling.
We've always liked the 2.0T Executive for its sensible approach to premium motoring. It provides a high level of luxury and convenience without the added expense of the V6 and all-wheel drive. All things considered, it's a smart way to equip the CC.
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