Volkswagen CC 0-60 times

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2017 Volkswagen CC 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
2.0T Sport 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan,200 hp

6.4 sec

14.9 @ 95 mph
2.0T R-Line Executive 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan,200 hp

6.5 sec

15 @ 94 mph

2016 Volkswagen CC 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
2.0T Sport 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan,200 hp
turbo,

6.3 sec

14.7 @ 96 mph
2.0T R-Line 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan,200 hp
turbo,

6.5 sec

15 @ 94 mph
2.0T Trend 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan,200 hp
turbo,

6.5 sec

15 @ 94 mph

2015 Volkswagen CC 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
3.6L V6 Executive 4dr All-wheel Drive 4MOTION Sedan,280 hp

6 sec

14.6 @ 92 mph
2.0T R-Line 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan,200 hp
turbo,

8.1 sec

16 @ 87 mph
2.0T Sport 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan,200 hp
turbo,

8.1 sec

16 @ 87 mph
2.0T Executive 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan,200 hp
turbo,

8.2 sec

16 @ 86 mph


Volkswagen CC 0-60 mph acceleration across years

Year of a Model0-60 times1/4 mile times
2017

6.4 - 6.5 sec

14.9 @ 95 - 15 @ 94 mph
2016

6.3 - 6.5 sec

14.7 @ 96 - 15 @ 94 mph
2015

6 - 8.2 sec

14.6 @ 92 - 16 @ 86 mph
2014

6 - 8.2 sec

14.6 @ 92 - 16 @ 86 mph
2013

6 - 8.2 sec

14.5 @ 95 - 16 @ 86 mph
2012

6 - 8.2 sec

14.6 @ 92 - 16 @ 86 mph
2011

6 - 8.1 sec

14.6 @ 92 - 16 @ 85 mph
2010

6 - 8.2 sec

14.6 @ 96 - 16 @ 86 mph
2009

6 - 8.1 sec

14.7 @ 96 - 16 @ 85 mph

Cars with the same 0-60 time

2017 Lexus RC 300

0-60 times 6.4 sec

1/4 mile 15 sec @ 94
2017 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class

0-60 times 6.4 sec

1/4 mile 15.1 sec @ 93
2017 Subaru BRZ

0-60 times 6.4 sec

1/4 mile 14.9 sec @ 96
2017 Toyota Camry

0-60 times 6.4 sec

1/4 mile 15 sec @ 96
2017 Toyota Tundra

0-60 times 6.4 sec

1/4 mile 15.1 sec @ 93
2017 Volvo XC90

0-60 times 6.4 sec

1/4 mile 15 sec @ 94

Four-door coupes are a real thing and they’re here to stay. Even Volkswagen, once a people’s company, entered in this stylish car segment with the CC – a sleek looking car that will appeal to everyone who wants the attractiveness of a coupe, but with the added versatility of a sedan.

The CC may look modern and sleek on the outside, but it’s still based on the old Passat architecture, a model that was already refreshed. That said, it still offers a nice driving experience thanks to the tightened suspension and turbocharged four-cylinder engine, something drivers of coupes often look for in a car.

 

Volkswagen CC Performance

The CC is offered with a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine, the same one that sits in the Golf GTI. Here it makes 200 horsepower and thanks to the turbocharger, it rockets the car even from lower rpm’s. It’s a real blast to drive it with the base 6-speed manual transmission and we would recommend it for people who want to be more involved in the whole experience. The early models were also offered with a 6-speed automatic transmission, but we would skip on that option and go for the dual-clutch transmission, as it changes gears much faster and in a sportier manner.

Starting from 2016, Volkswagen also offered the VR6 engine as an option for people who want more power. This engine was exclusively offered with the 4Motion all-wheel-drive system. The power is rated at 280 horsepower, which is a noticeable increase compared to the turbocharged four-cylinder, but the difference in everyday driving is pretty negligible. To make things worse for this engine, its fuel economy drops significantly.

 

Exterior & Interior

Sure, the CC is based on the Passat, but based on its exterior styling, it’s really hard to find a resemblance. While the Passat looks conservative and boring, the CC looks sporty and elegant thanks to the swoopy lines and sleek coupe roofline. The frameless doors just add to the extravaganza – this is a car that really punches above its weight design-wise.

The interior is a different story altogether. Sure, the materials are a nice step up from the Passat and tend to make the cabin feel more upscale, but the design isn’t very interesting to look at. Some may like the Volkswagen design philosophy of clean and conservative lines inside, but we think that buyers in this class want a bit more extravaganza, same as the exterior.

The biggest drawback of the interior is the comfort for rear passengers. There is loads of knee room there, but the sloping roofline cuts into headroom severely. You certainly wouldn’t want to transport tall people back there. On the other hand, the front seats are supremely comfortable and the seating is low, like in a sports car, which is good if you want your car to feel that way.

 

Conclusion

If you think of buying the Volkswagen CC, you should ask these questions – are you ready to sacrifice back seat comfort and high-seating SUV visibility for good driving dynamics and sleek-looking exterior? If the answer is yes, then the CC might be the perfect car for you.

 

Written by Ivo Gievski



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