2014 VOLKSWAGEN CC 2.0T SPORT SEDAN 4D

Price: $15,450

Year 2014

Make VOLKSWAGEN

Model CC

Trim 2.0T SPORT SEDAN 4D

Drivetrain FWD

Transmission AUTOMATIC

Engine 4-CYL, TURBO, PZEV, 2.0 LITER

Mileage 76,984

Doors 4

Exterior Color WHITE

Interior Color TAN

VIN WVWBP7ANXEE516576

Stock No. 4924

Vehicle Equipment

Vehicle Description

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The Volkswagen CC is particularly rakish for a sedan--so much that Volkswagen was calling it a four-door coupe when it first introduced the model a number of years back. While the design holds its own even today, and it still looks more rakish than the conservative Passat mid-size sedan, it's no longer one of the most daring four-door designs.

While up close it might look decidedly like a sedan, if you step back and view this model's side profile, it's easy to see why. it has proportions that hint 'rear-wheel-drive sport sedan' to some (and nod to the Mercedes-Benz CLS and Audi A7, among others), even though it's a front-driver. Frameless doors are among a few details that still give this model some design conversation points.

There's only one way to get the CC, in our opinion: with the 200-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (2.0T). Models with it feel lighter and more nimble than their top-of-the-line VR6 4Motion counterparts. The four churns out plenty of low- and mid-rev torque with only a slight delay if revs are at the low end, while the narrow-angle VR6 is spirited but seems to take a moment more to build steam.

Parsing it out by price, the even the base $31,795 CC essentially drives just much like the Passat in one of its more luxurious guises--with refinement clearly taking the priority over edginess or all-out performance.

With direct injection and turbocharging, the four makes 200 hp and 207 pound-feet of torque. There's only the slightest delay in response at low revs; it really feels like a larger engine, and the DSG dual-clutch automatic helps make the most of it with clap-quick shifts. A six-speed manual is standard on the Sport, though, if that's the way you like it.

Take the swoopy roofline, the more coupe-like appearance, and the sport-sedan proportions, and you might suspect that you're giving up some interior space and practicality with the 2014 Volkswagen CC, compared to other more staid sedans. Rightly so.

Realistically, though, unless you frequently carry taller adults in the backseat, the CC's fashion-forward nature, you really don't sacrifice that much space—and we see the CC working just fine for all but those who plan on frequently carrying taller adults in the backseat.

There are definitely some things to be critical about with respect to the packaging, though. Headroom is a bit tight, and you'll either love or hate the somewhat 'scooped up' driving position. The three-passenger back seat is comfortable, but headroom is tight and the curvy roofline makes entry and exit tougher than you might think.

On the other hand, there's a lot to love--again provided you don't plan to cram adults in the back seat. The rear seatbacks flip forward to expand cargo space when needed; there's also a well-placed pass-through at the armrest; and there are some useful cubbies and bins. Interior trims look and feel luxury-grade, the ride is absorbent and controlled, and the trunk is huge.

*This vehicle is Certified Pre-Owned and is eligible for our third party warranty program. 

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