If you need proof that Volkswagen wants to be the world’s number one automaker, look no further than the Volkswagen CC four-door coupe. Critics will point out that the CC is redundant, since it’s roughly the same size as the Passat but offers less functionality. There’s room for four passengers, not five, and the plunging roofline restricts the back seat to those of average-or-lower height.
Fans of the brand, however, won’t care, since the CC is a rather stunning design. It looks like a luxury car and can be equipped with content to mirror a luxury car; in fact, the only thing missing is the luxury-car price tag. Passion, pure and simple, is the strongest argument for buying a Volkswagen CC.
All but the range-topping VR6 4Motion Executive version come powered by Volkswagen’s 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, good for a conservatively rated 200 horsepower. Both a six-speed manual and a six-speed DSG dual-clutch gearbox are available...
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