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2017 Volkswagen CC

There's more subtraction than addition for the 2017 VW CC. V6 and manual-transmission variants are gone, and the lineup has been cut to just two main trims: Sport and R-Line Executive. The latter gets safety and driving aids like adaptive cruise control and forward-collision warning/mitigation as standard.

2016 Volkswagen CC

For 2016, VW’s CC sports sedan gains an upgraded apps-based audio system supporting Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink. A new, entry-level 2.0T Trend is added, while the R-Line gains an upgraded Executive trim. The V6 model features adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist and forward-collision warning with autonomous braking.

About Volkswagen CC

The 2017 Volkswagen CC takes inspiration from high-end "4-door coupes" like the Mercedes-Benz CLS, but it's positioned at a more attainable price. Foundationally, the CC is the Volkswagen Passat's brother. But while that midsize sedan can be thought of as the more mature, dutiful sibling, the CC is the hipper, more youthful one. The VW CC puts design over practicality, as its coupe-like profile cuts into rear-seat passenger space. For 2017, the CC's lineup has been cut to just two main trims, and the former all-wheel-drive V6 model and manual-transmission variants are gone. The CC has some attraction with its style and satisfying manners, but you might find more appeal in the fresher Nissan Maxima or Mercedes-Benz CLA, both of which also have lower starting prices.

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