The turbocharged 4-cylnder engine is very energetic, and ranks as one of the best engines for any mid-size sedan with its power and performance.
Great fuel economy ratings considering the turbocharged engine. The automatic transmission produces a 22/31 ratio from city to highway.
The 2012 Volkswagen CC Sedan is clearly well-built, and the details placed into it's construction are clearly evident by the sleek styled exterior and luxury inside.
Standard features on even the base trim are very impressive. You won't find as many features on other competing models in the same class. Borderline luxury status interior.
The VR6 trim of the Volkswagen CC Sedan comes equipped with all-wheel drive capabilities.
A quiet interior while driving along on the highway. No noticeable noise leaking inside.
Great overall value on any of the lower trim models considering the features that come included.
One of the biggest complaints about the Volkswagen CC Sedan is that it only offers room for four. This may hurt its chances as a family vehicle overall.
Even the two seats in the back are cramped. Taller people will feel cramped, and have to crouch down while riding in the front or back!
The brakes appear to be touchy at times.
A small trunk that doesn't allow for very much room. Even golf bags will have to be placed diagonally when placed in the trunk.
The seating positions are both awkward and unusual. The headroom is limited by the sleek design of the exterior.