The VW CC has been given a pretty serious update for the 2013 model year, including dropping the "Passat" part of its name. The front and rear of the CC have been restyled, giving the "4-door coupe" a more muscular appearance. The interior has also been reworked to allow seating for five people and bi-xenon headlights are now standard across all model ranges. Those model ranges are now even more extensive with a couple of new options and updates, including the VR6 Lux model that pairs front wheel drive with VW's excellent narrow angle V6 engine.
Stylish; sporty; upscale with available all-wheel-drive
With a starting price at just over $30,000, the Volkswagen CC is a unique vehicle, virtually alone in its segment. Volkswagen saw the success of large "4 door coupes" from Mercedes and BMW and thought there might be a market for a similar vehicle at a much lower price point. The CC seats five in relative comfort and quiet with a touch of sporting flair. The exterior design makes the car's 4 doors appear to be only two-- a bodystyle unavailable on anything else costing this side of $60,000.
Select a 2013 Volkswagen CC trim level
CC-4 Cyl. Turbo