2015 Volkswagen CC Values

Select a 2015 Volkswagen CC trim level

2015 model year changes

The Volkswagen CC is largely unchanged for 2015, though the Sport and Executive trims now include unique optional 18-inch wheels.

Competitive comparison

Stylish; sporty; upscale with available all-wheel-drive

Special features for 2015

With a starting price at just over $32,000, 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 four doors appear to be only two -- a bodystyle unavailable on anything else costing this side of $60,000.
Luxury meets affordable practicality with the Volkswagen CC. This five-passenger sedan comes in four different trim levels, which include: Sport, R-Line, Executive and VR6 4Motion Executive. With the base model, you will get 17” alloy wheels, power accessories including auto-wipers and bi-xenon headlamps, LED running lights and taillights, power front seats, Car-Net telematics GPS system with touchscreen, eight-speaker surround sound audio system, Bluetooth connectivity, and iPod/USB interface. Upgrade to a different trim level to enjoy added amenities like 18” wheels, backup camera, larger touchscreen GPS console, folding mirrors, ventilated seating, and rear sunshade, as well as premium audio system. The standard engine is a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that offers 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque. You can upgrade to a larger V6 engine that makes 280 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque (included with the 4Motion CC package). Buyers should explore options with an extended warranty to enjoy longer protection from the standard 36-month/36,000 mile warranty that’s offered by Volkswagen.