The Volkswagen CC is a sporting luxury, four passenger, four door coupe from the German automaker.  The VW Comfort Coupe features attractive lines that consist of a flowing hood and swept back windshield that turns into a swooping roof and ends with a short trunk overhang, starting out at $30,610 for the standard version and climbs all the way up to $41,420 for the VR6 4MOTION Executive model.

The base CC is powered by a 200 HP 2.0 Liter turbocharged four cylinder engine driving the front wheels to the tune of 21 MPG in the city and as much as 31 MPG on the highway, while the top of the line 280 HP VR6 gets an EPA estimated 18-MPG around town and as much as 27 MPG at speed.  Not to mention that available 4MOTION, Volkswagen’s version of Audi’s Quattro, adds the confidence of all-wheel drive.

Even the entry CC comes well-equipped with HID headlamps, LED taillights, heated front seats, dual zone climate control, touch screen sound system and Bluetooth hands free wireless connectivity.  The next step up is the Sport Plus that adds a set of stylish 18 inch wheels and six speed DSG automatic gearbox, the Lux model adds brushed aluminum interior accents as well as a glass sunroof and a bespoke set of rollers.  The V6 Lux brings a powerful V6 and a 6.5 inch touch screen navigation display with an integrated rear view camera.  The top of the line VR6 4MOTION Exec adds all-wheel drive as well as a Dynaudio premium sound system, power rear sunshade and Park Distance Control front and rear proximity sensors.

A list of cars similar to the CC include the 2012 Volvo S60 and the 2012 Ford Fusion.

See more details about the 2013 Volswagen CC.



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