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John Diether
Automotive Editor - November 3, 2015

2016 Volkswagen CC OVERVIEW

The coupe-like four-door with a sensible price, the CC mimics the style and features of high-end sedans that can't fit into most family budgets. While some VW models have been downscaled in recent years to broaden their appeal, the CC remains loyal to its near-luxury roots.

What's New for 2016

The infotainment system receives several updates, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability. Advanced safety features like adaptive cruise control are offered for the first time. A new base model, dubbed Trend, joins the lineup.

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Choosing Your Volkswagen CC

The midsize CC carries a standard turbocharged 2-liter four-cylinder that puts out 200 horsepower. Surprisingly, a conventional six-speed manual transmission is still offered, which should please long-time VW fans. Still, we suspect the vast majority of buyers will opt for the six-speed automated manual. The available 3.6-liter V6 lays down 280 horsepower and comes bundled 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.

2.0T Trend

Gets the four-cylinder engine and a full complement of features, including a rearview camera, heated power front seats (leatherette), xenon headlamps, LED taillights, Bluetooth phone and audio, and an 8-speaker sound system with satellite radio.

2.0T Sport

Adds a navigation system and keyless access and ignition.

2.0T R-Line

Similar to the Sport, except with 18-inch wheels (instead of 17s) and sportier trim throughout.

2.0T Executive

Gets the automated transmission as standard, plus a leather interior with aluminum trim and ambient lighting, a sunroof, a hands-free trunk opener, and an enhanced navigation system.

V6 Executive 4Motion

Features the V6 engine and all-wheel drive, plus several exclusive touches like ventilated front seats with driver massage, specific wheels, and a premium Dynaudio sound system. Safety gets a major boost with the addition of adaptive cruise control, front collision alert with automatic braking, and lane departure warning.

CarsDirect Tip

We're glad to see the new Trend model, which is about $1,500 cheaper than last year's base model. That makes the CC a tempting alternative to the typical family sedan. On the top end, our pick is 2.0T Executive, which provides a high level of luxury and convenience without the expense (and thirst) of the V6 and all-wheel drive.

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