The Volkswagen CC isn't the first four-door coupe on the market, but it's the first to price the form factor within reach of the general public. Because the four-door coupe has largely been a high-end luxury item, the CC looks more expensive than it is--but in truth, it's essentially just a restyled Passat. MotorAuthority sees through the hype and rates the 2011 Volkswagen CC 6 out of 10.
Style is the primary reason to buy the 2011 CC, both versus the standard Passat sedan and against any alternative in the same basic price range. It's an attractive car, not just on the outside, but inside as well, its interior design going strong several years after its introduction. Details like contrast color upholstery and stitching are not often found in a car that starts well short of $30,000.
Power and performance aren't the CC's strongest suit, but it does well against most of the competition. The top-end model is powered by VW's VR6 3.6-liter, only available with 4Motion all-wheel drive...
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