Volkswagen CC

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2009-2017
2009 Redesign Year
Volkswagen CC 2017
Style trumps function in the CC, a four-door coupe version of the VW Passat, resulting in a snug interior, compromised visibility, and difficult cabin access. But the CC is enjoyable to drive, with agile and responsive handling and a taut, composed ride. The 200-hp, 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder is strong and returns 26 mpg overall with the six-speed automated manual transmission. The more powerful 280-hp, 3.6-liter V6 and AWD discontinued for 2017. The interior is very well-finished, with comfortable seats up front and, in a pinch, rear seating for three. Some features, such as a sunroof and rearview camera, are available only on higher-trim versions. Recent additions include lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2017 $16,675 - $18,100 $13,600 - $15,550
2016 $12,800 - $18,300 $9,875 - $15,825
2015 $11,525 - $16,275 $8,690 - $13,090
2014 $9,325 - $13,525 $6,545 - $10,445
2013 $7,825 - $11,050 $5,095 - $8,095
2012 $6,675 - $9,375 $4,010 - $6,510
2011 $5,675 - $7,825 $3,020 - $5,020
2010 $5,200 - $6,375 $2,535 - $3,635
2009 $4,725 - $5,475 $2,125 - $2,775