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2012 Volkswagen CC Review

December 14th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Volkswagen is the German based automobile makers known for its luxurious outcome. Basically Volkswagen CC is the four door and a four seat coupe. As the suffix CC itself reveals the meaning of its attributes i.e. Comfort Coupe that was first seen in January 2008. 2012 Volkswagen CC is a luxurious, sparkling sleek model that immediately seizes attention in crowd.

It is seen that the entire built up of new VW CC is based on its Passat platform. The architecture of 2012 CC reposes on the wheelbase measuring 106.7 inches. The roofline is lowered by two inches to offer the coupe with sleeker looks whereas the track is widened. The chrome grille front is furnished with two horizontally placed bars. The arrowhead shaped headlamps offers bolder looks to the coupe. Foglamps are placed on the either side below the grille front. The wheel arches are loaded with standard 17 inches alloy wheels furnished with 10 broad spokes. The option of 17 inches alloy wheels added with 10 thin spokes are also available.

2012 Volkswagen CC comes in four trim versions starting from base sport advancing through Luxury model towards VR6 Sport and VR6 4Motion. The two engine versions are associated with these trim levels. The 2.0 liter and 4 cylinder turbocharger engine is associated with Sport and Luxury versions of 2012 VW CC. This engine is powered to generate the momentum of 200 horsepower and a torque of 207 lb.ft. The efficiency is further enhanced with six speed Tiptronic transmission. But the Sport version will be standard with six speed manual transmission. It uses premium fuel for a smooth ride on highways with the mileage of 31 mpg and 21 mpg on city streets. On the other hand, the VR6 models are equipped with 3.6 liter displacement with V6 engine with the capacity of 280 horsepower.  The Luxury Versions and VR6 models are standard with six speed Tiptronic transmission.

Towards the interior, the entire 2012 Volkswagen models are equipped with leather upholstery, eight way adjustability features with front passenger seat and the drive seat with 12 way adjustability that offers extra convenience while driving. Along with the spacious legroom for front passengers the rear passengers also get the privilege of enjoying the comfort of spacious legroom.  The standard attributes associated with all the models are premium standard audio system with 6 CD changer and MP3 player, leather draped steering wheel, climate control and traction control featured with differential locking system. The Luxury models is added with panaromic sunroof, day time running head lights, two zonal climate control, rain sensing wipers and auto dimming rear view mirror. The VR6 models are additionally features with paddle shifters and powered sunshade. The audio system uses 600 watt Dynaudio sound system.

An array of standard safety features include vehicle stability control accompanied with antilock disc brakes, the entire range of airbags comprising of front, side front and side curtain airbags.  Most importantly, the coupe is equipped with the unique ignition system in which the engine starts only if the original car key is used.

The new 2012 Volkswagen CC will get you the thrilling sporty ride with the price ranging from $27,550 for base version to $40,115 for fully equipped premium level coupe.

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  1. December 14th, 2010 at 09:01 | #1

    Volkswagen CC es realmente un coche fantástico que es muy bonito y muy lujoso y confortable Me encanta este coche porque no tiene que quejarse de que no me vejop el momento de comprar la mía.
    gracias por la noticia
    Ler foneticamente

  2. January 10th, 2011 at 09:24 | #2

    I think you have to give a lot of credit to Volkswagen for what they have accomplished with the CC. They really pioneered an entire new design concept for the automotive industry. When you consider the CC’s competition, it is hard to find another car that combines style, performance and comfort in the same price range. Well done!

  3. David Jewell
    February 18th, 2011 at 10:21 | #3

    My wife and I bought the first one sold in Memphis and absolutely love it. Great ride, wonderful interior, and very eye catching. They introduced a new sensor for the tire pressure/digital speedometer that is giving us some trouble but both are redundant systems that really aren’t an issue. I was not aware that all models came with a six cd changer, I guess I will have to look for that this weekend. I also am having difficulty saving songs to the hard drive which must be a format issue. Its a great car, go buy one as long as you don’t live where I live:)