About This Vehicle
Sleek design; beautiful, stylish interior; very generous feature list; four-cylinder engine's fuel economy
Following its 2009 introduction, the Volkswagen Passat CC is largely unchanged for 2010, though VW's twin-clutch DSG system now replaces the old clutch system in the automatic on 2.0T models, and all CC models now have standard touch-screen radio and Bluetooth connectivity. Heated side mirrors are no longer part of the 2.0T trim, and an iPod connection is a new stand-alone option, which can...
The CC shares its powertrains with VW's Passat mid-size sedan, but in a sportier design. The CC is only offered in a single, so-called "4-door coupe" body style and really stands out in a class of its own. The availability of 4Motion all-wheel drive will be appealing in winter-weather states. Fuel economy is very impressive with the 4-cylinder engine. The Passat CC also boasts an...
The Passat CC can be specified with two different engines--a 200-horsepower, 2.0-liter direct-injection turbocharged 4-cylinder or a 280-horsepower, 3.6-liter narrow-angle V6. Four-cylinder models are available in Sport and Luxury models, while VR6 models are offered in Sport or 4Motion models. A 6-speed manual transmission is standard on the base 4-cylinder Sport, but all of the other models come...