Volkswagen CC Models and CC History

Introduced in 2009, the Volkswagen CC offered a new sedan that was modeled after the popular Passat. Updates for 2010 included a new six-speed automated clutch, standard Bluetooth integration and updated badging on the rear. The VR6 model was discontinued for 2011, with subtle updates being made to various trim levels. A revised interior greeted buyers in 2012 with new wood accents for the upper trim levels. In 2013, the interior and exterior got a restyle, and the R-Line trim was introduced. The Car-Net telematics service was made standard for 2014.

New and Used CC Prices, Volkswagen CC Model Years and History

The midsized Volkswagen CC delivers German engineered reliability with a signature style and a handsome list of standard features.
The midsized CC by Volkswagen offers a roomy interior, good fuel economy and plenty of standard and addable features to please buyers.
A quiet marriage between a convenient mid-sized family sedanand a lower-end luxury vehicle is what you will find with the elegant-looking and attractively priced Volkswagen CC.
A standout vehicle, the 2014 Volkswagen CC is refined well beyond its price tag, seamlessly blending luxury, performance, safety, and efficiency.
The 2013 Volkswagen CC is a four door sedan available with two different engines: a standard 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder and an optional 3.6-liter V6 engine.
A stylish four-door coupe with a refreshed interior, the 2012 Volkswagen CC is a blend of sporting good looks and performance.
A stylish four-door coupe, the 2011 Volkswagen CC is a blend of sporting good looks and performance.
The 2010 Volkswagen CC is a four-passenger sedan with sporty coupe styling available with FWD or AWD.
Stylish and sleek, the 2009 Volkswagen CC is a four-door sedan with efficient engines, balanced ride and handling, and beautiful quality interior.