Four-door coupes are pretty popular at German automakers, and one of the first to release such a model was VW with its CC. The CC borders on premium territory, and offers a more affordable than luxury-class rivals from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
Heading into 2016, the CC received a new, less expensive trim level, and a few extra features, but retains its stunning looks.
Pricing and Equipment
The 2016 Volkswagen CC is a sub-luxury four-door coupe, so it is no surprise that it’s pricey at $31,570 for the base Trend trim level that's loaded with standard features like:
- Bi-xenon headlights
- LED taillights
- Rearview camera
- Automatic climate control
- V-Tex leatherette seating, heated in front
The CC packs on upscale features as it moves up trim levels including: Sport, R-Line, R-Line Executive, R-Line Executive w/Carbon, and VR64MOTION Executive.