Volkswagen CC 2013

September 3, 2013

Volkswagen CC 2013

Volkswagen CC 2013

Most automakers offer a mid-size sedan. They’re comfortable, spacious and soft on the road. Volkswagen took a different path by also offering  a heavily styled version of its mid-size Passat sedan and calling it the CC (Cross-Coupe).

Was it a wise decision?

Once you take a look at the Volkswagen CC it’s hard to disagree with VW’s vision.

The car is gorgeous; especially with unique paint-finishes including the as-tested black-oak brown. Discarding notions that a mid-size must be succeeded by something larger, the Volkswagen CC has smaller proportions and a sportier focus than its Passat sibling. Count the Buick Regal, Lincoln MKZ and maybe even the Acura TSX among its competitors.

The R-Line package dresses up the Volkswagen CC with extras inside and out. A full body kit is included and adds a bit of sporty aggression to the Volkswagen CC’s sexy, toned look. It also includes a set of 18-inch wheels, and additional badging in the grille and side-sills.

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Volkswagen CC 2013

It certainly has the looks to compete in the near-luxury class, and with it’s swept-back roofline the Volkswagen CC is one of, if not the, best looking mid-size sedan in its price range. As nice as it is to park a pretty car in your driveway, sexy sheet metal can only go so far.


The interior is as special as the exterior, although VW deserves some scolding for hard plastic pieces around the door-handles and center console.

You might not even notice because they’ve been cleverly disguised as luxurious materials, and don’t detract from the overall look of the cabin. While some of the interior beauty is just skin deep, the seats certainly aren’t. Plush, supportive and adjustable, the Volkswagen CC’s buckets feel as good as they look.

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Volkswagen CC 2013 interior

Three passengers can sit in the rear, although that’s strictly speaking in terms of seatbelts. Look at the color-contrasted leather inserts for a better indication of what VW means for passenger capacity.

Unfortunately, the Volkswagen CC offers less rear-seat leg and headroom than the cheaper Passat. Cargo space in the Volkswagen CC is on par with the rest of its competition. Skip this car if you’re frequently ferrying more than one adult passenger on long trips.


If that isn’t the case, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the four-door coupe. The Volkswagen CC is still as practical as a sedan, and professional feeling like a luxury car. The turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine makes 200 hp and 207 lb-ft of torque. That might not sound like anything special, but pair it with Volkswagen’s quick-shifting dual-clutch automatic and you’ll be surprised how well this car moves.

Wheel-mounted paddle shifters make manual mode fun to play with, and a sport mode prompts the transmission to hold gears in high revs. If you’d rather not waste gas, tap the right paddle until sixth gear, where the car is the smoothest and most efficient. After a week of testing, the Volkswagen CC returned 23 mpg – not far off the EPA’s 25 mpg combined figure. The powertrain is brilliant, and there’s also a six-speed manual if you prefer to row your own.

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Volkswagen CC 2013 interior

The Volkswagen CC also rewards drivers with its handling and suspension. The flat-bottomed steering wheel is responsive and offers reasonable feedback for an electric power steering setup. The suspension is firm without being too stiff, and feels like an Audi product despite using different suspension components.

Volkswagen CC 2013

Tech options in the Volkswagen CC are passable, but leave a lot to be desired. Other, more affordable mid-size sedans offer features like adaptive cruise control and blind spot monitoring, both of which the Volkswagen CC R-Line does without. That might not be a deal breaker for everyone, but it could be enough to send some customers packing.

On the positive side, the bi-xenon headlights ensure that you’ll see what’s ahead in the dark, and it’s brilliant corner illumination is impressive to say the least. Steering wheel-mounted buttons let the driver navigate through phone contacts and place a call without arguing with a voice command system. It’s a real plus with noisy passengers aboard.

Volkswagen CC 2013 engine


Near-luxury looks and driving dynamics come at a significant cost. The Volkswagen CC starts at $30,965 but our DSG equipped R-Line model came to $33,295. Fully loaded models with the V6 engine and AWD cost $41,835. At  the $33,000 mark, the Volkswagen CC already wanders dangerously close to Audi’s pricing territory, where it is outgunned more often than not. Still, entry-level luxury buyers would be wise to keep it on their short lists for its style and added rear seat legroom over compact luxury cars like the Audi A4 and BMW 328i.

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