The new 2015 Volkswagen CC marks a new era for the automaker

2015-03-23 23:44:03
The new 2015 Volkswagen CC marks a new era for the automaker
The new 2015 Volkswagen CC marks a new era for the automaker

The 2015 Volkswagen CC is a demonstration that elegance and the midsized sedans are mutually dependent. Among its notable distinctions are three-cross back seating, xenon headlamps, dual zone automated climate control, entry-level sport version and a navigation program. Overall, however, the CC is too finely equipped and embellished. In fact, its price is outweighed by the premium features it is enriched with. Like antecedent models, the CC is hardly change, it embraces ostentatious styling, refreshed driving dynamics, potent mills, tip top interior, available in AWD High price, but gives less cargo space.  


The 2015 CC 2.0T versions have FWD and boast a turbo 2.0-Liter inline-4 which churns out 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of twist. A six-speed manual comes as standard on the Sport and the R Line trim level, a six-speed twin-clutch automatic manual is optional while its standard for 2.0 T Executive. Conversely, the V6 mill is provided on the apex Executive 4-Motion nomenclature, which is standard with AWD. This spews a good 280 horsepower and 265 lb-ft of torque and is exclusive to the six-speed traditional automatic.

In line with EPA, the 2.0T checks in at 21 mpg in the city and 32 mpg hwy with a stick shift and 22 mpg along 31 mpg highway with the automatic manual, the V6 goes down to 17mpg city and 25 mpg hwy.     

As aforesaid, the CC comes with tons of standard features and optional packages, all coming with the Sport, 2.0T Executive, V6 Executive 4-Motion and R-Line trim levels. Standard equipment include, xenon headlamps with LED auto lights, LED rear lights, leatherette upholstery and contrast stitching, a tail view camera, a touch screen, 8-speaker infotainment player with Bluetooth connectivity and iPod, heated/ventilated multiple way seats, alloy wheels, navigation system, and dual-zone climate control. However, every trim level comes with its own equipment and optional features.

The 2.0T mill among the diverse VW portfolio spawns a hearty average twist, for smooth rides. It is also offered with the perfect twin-clutch automated transmission that is common in high-performance and diesel-powered autos. However, the range-topping VR6 makes the CC a sure-footed car. Intimating from its manners, the CC is driver-oriented. The hunkered-down, quasi-coupe seating position infuses a sense of autonomy and the CC is calm at speed. The sport-tuned suspension gives extra body roll, enabling it to drive along rough pavement with sleek composure. Thus, it is handy when you are traversing windy roads.

On the safety features side, the 2015 CC is offered with quintessence stability control system, four-wheel antilock disc brakes and airbags in front, front-side, driver’s knee and full-length curtain. All 2015 CC are provided with Car-Net telematics, incorporating security, connectivity like collision alert, roadside aid, remote auto access and boosted point of interest service.

There are no results from the government on the crash status of the CC; however, the IIHS ascribed the CC excellent ratings of Good in all categories with the exception of the small-overlap front test. On the whole picture, the new Jeep Renegade is poised to gain toehold in the market faster than expected.    

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