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2014 Volkswagen CC KBB Expert Review

The Fair Market Range for this car in your area is $31,183 - $32,536.

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MSRP $35,695

Fair Purchase Price $31,518
Fair Market Range ($31,183 - $32,536)

Invoice $34,267
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KBB Expert Rating 7.3 / 10
10/7.3
This Car - 2014 Volkswagen CC
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KBB Expert Review

KBB Editors' Overview

By KBB.com Editors - Updated Date: 12/23/2013


Think of the 2014 Volkswagen CC as the Passat's more glamorous sibling. Though nearly the same dimensions as VW's midsize sedan, the stylish CC – which calls itself a "4-door coupe" – boasts a sleeker design and an aggressive stance. The CC also comes better equipped than the Passat, and that shows in its price. Starting at over $32,000, the CC is nearly $11,000 more than a base Passat. Along with its upgraded style and amenities, that extra money buys a standard turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that helps this VW scoot through traffic. Buyers willing to spend the most can nab a V6-powered CC with all-wheel drive (AWD), a combination not currently offered in the Passat. At over $43,000, that top-end model reaches luxury levels similar to its Audi cousins.

You'll Like This Car If...

If you're looking for an upscale midsize sedan hidden in a svelte, coupe-like body, the CC makes a stylish accessory. Moreover, the 2014 VW CC has premium features and luxury styling at a price below entry-level luxury cars like the Audi A4 and BMW 3 Series.

You May Not Like This Car If...

In addition to a lower price, the more pragmatic Passat has a roomier rear seat and better outward visibility. And though the coupe-shaped CC still boasts about its high-style/moderate-price equation, the Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class has just arrived doing the same while wearing a more prestigious badge.

What's New for 2014

Navigation is now standard on all trims of the 2014 CC, and Volkswagen has joined the growing list of automakers offering a trunk that opens by motioning your foot. Also new is VW's Car-Net connectivity service that syncs with smartphones.

Driving It Driving Impressions

Befitting its svelte looks, the 2014 Volkswagen CC has equally sharp driving manners. Its taut suspension, well-crafted body and lighter weight make for an engaging driving experience, something that has long set Volkswagen's cars apart from others. Despite the CC's rigid construction, its suspension does a good job soaking up road imperfections. Steering feel is commendable for both low-speed situations such as maneuvering in parking lots as well as higher-speed freeway cruising. The standard, 200-horsepower turbocharged 4-cylinder engine in front-wheel-drive (FWD) models has abundant torque for quick off-the-line acceleration, and performance can be heightened when selecting sport mode on models equipped with VW's 6-speed twin-clutch automatic transmission with manual control. Top-end models with the 280-horsepower V6 have an abundance of power and benefit from standard 4Motion all-wheel drive – an asset if you regularly drive in inclement weather.

Favorite Features

HANDS-FREE TRUNK OPENING
This convenient feature allows you to open the trunk by motioning with your foot as long as you have the car keys in your proximity. It's perfect for when you're carrying groceries, and the bonus is you get to say: "Look Ma, no hands."

ADDED REAR-SEAT PRACTICALITY
For years the Volkswagen CC was a 4-passenger vehicle, which limited its people-carrying practicality. The latest CC has standard seating for five, helpful for those situations when you need to seat an extra person in back.


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