Volkswagen CC

 Volkswagen calls the CC a "four-door coupe," designed for those who need some of the practicality of a family sedan, but want something more exciting. Reviewers agree that the Volkswagen CC is a sharp-looking car inside and out, but say the CC performance doesn't equal its appearance, and higher trim levels of the CC are very expensive.

Introduced just last year, the Volkswagen CC shares much of its architecture with the successful Volkswagen Passat - in fact, VW sells this car as the Passat CC in some countries. It is available with a choice of engines -- a well-liked turbocharged four-cylinder model and a more powerful V6 that few reviewers think is worth its price. Available all-wheel drive sets the Volkswagen CC apart from many competitors.

Inside, the VW CC is an attractive two-tone color scheme and upscale materials make it a near-luxury car, but reviewers have a struggle with the CC price. In its lowest trims, the VW CC competes with affordable midsize cars like the Honda Accord and Chevy Malibu. In its highest trims, however, the CC is more expensive than some editions of the BMW 3-Series or Infiniti G37 - cars that run circles around VW's effort on the track and carry luxury car cachet.

The Volkswagen CC is available in four trim levels. The basic Sport edition carries a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, a front-wheel-drive layout and an entry price around $27,000. A Luxury model is available with the same drivetrain, but more upscale features. A Volkswagen CC VR6 Sport edition adds a more powerful V6 engine. Finally, a CC VR6 4Motion adds all-wheel-drive to the V6, and carries a price tag of nearly $40,000.

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