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The Volkswagen CC will cost from £24,200 rising to £30,100 and is available to order now
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4 January 2012

The revised Volkswagen CC will cost from £24,200 and is available to order now ahead of the car's UK launch date in April. Engine options include the 1.8-litre TSI, 2.0-litre TSI, and 2.0 TDI in either 138bhp or 168bhp power guises.

Standard features of the new car (formerly dubbed Passat CC) include a touchscreen sat-nav system, DAB digital radio, climate control and bi-xenon headlights. Brake energy recuperation and 17-inch alloys also feature across the model range.

GT trim adds heated Nappa leather seats, cruise control, parking sensors front and rear, 18-inch alloys and tinted windows. Additional options comprise adaptive cruise control, lane assist, a rear view camera and massaging seats.

Read more about the Volkswagen CC from the Los Angeles motor show

When mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, the 158bhp entry-level petrol emits 165g/km CO2 and achieves 39.8mpg, while the larger 207bhp unit achieves from 38.7mpg with 171g/km CO2 emissions.

The most frugal diesel-engined CC (costing from £25,345) achieves a claimed 60.1mpg with emissions of 125g/km, which sits the car in the £95 per year tax band.

Topping the model range, the £30,100 2.0-litre TDI six-speed DSG is capable of 51.4mpg and 144g/km CO2.

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jonfortwo 5 January 2012

Re: Volkswagen CC from £24,200

TegTypeR wrote:
Still begs the question, why don't they drop the Passat in favour of this car? The compromises with the CC are minimal

easy answer, they should keep the standard Passat alive for people like me who see it as the classy option, I find the styling of the CC tarty and more than a little blingy.

Overdrive 5 January 2012

Re: Volkswagen CC from £24,200

Mario B wrote:
TegTypeR wrote:

Still begs the question, why don't they drop the Passat in favour of this car? The compromises with the CC are minimal and I am sure with a lower more main stream price (that would be bought by higher production levels) this car would be a hit in this segment.

Correct me if I am wrong, but isnt this a 4 seater and the Passat a 5 seater?

Also, I guess covering all bases, i.e. offering the CC as well as the standard Passat, probably makes economic sense.

Mario B 5 January 2012

Re: Volkswagen CC from £24,200

TegTypeR wrote:

Still begs the question, why don't they drop the Passat in favour of this car? The compromises with the CC are minimal and I am sure with a lower more main stream price (that would be bought by higher production levels) this car would be a hit in this segment.

Correct me if I am wrong, but isnt this a 4 seater and the Passat a 5 seater?

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