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2011 Volkswagen Passat CC review and price

By luanpa in | July 11, 2010 | (1) Comment

The Volkswagen CC is an all-new Passat wrapped in a dramatic and stylish four-door body with flowing lines and a bold face. it is similar to that of the Mercedes CLS, with frameless windows and a long, and flowing design.

Volkswagen Passat CC is over an inch longer and 1.5 inches wider than the Passat sedan. Its overall height is over two inches lower, most of which has been subtracted from the car’s roofline to create a much sleeker appearanc. Though the 106.7-inch wheelbase is shared, the CC is longer by 0.6 inch at both ends, which helps make the roof look even lower than the two inches it already is. At its highest point, the CC is only 56 inches tall. With a stance 0.4 inch wider in front track and 0.6 inch wider at the rear, the CC looks ready to get down and party in comparison with the buttoned-up Passat.

This excellent and easy-to-use navigation system features a touch-screen that can control USB-connected media devices, and display the view from the rearview camera.

The engine is equiped by either a 200-hp 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine, or a 280-hp 3.6-liter narrow-angle V6 (VR6). Both engines are available with front-wheel drive, while the VR6 can also be equipped with all-wheel drive. The CC carries four people in ergonomic sport-type seats, leather seating surfaces are standard on all but the leatherette equipped Sport trim level. Standard safety features include electronic stability and traction control, anti-lock brakes, panic brake assist, six airbags, front row seatbelt pretensioners and a tire pressure monitoring system. Features such as a panoramic sunroof, Dynaudio stereo system, navigation system, back-up camera and satellite radio are also standard on some trim levels, optional on others.

The CC features VW’s Dynamic Drive Control adjustable suspension that offers “Normal”, “Sport” and “Comfort” modes. Starting with one of those three basic settings, the suspension constantly adapts to the roadway and the driving situation. DDC also reacts to acceleration, braking and steering inputs. According to the official the price is around $27760~$40420.

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    No muestra nada nuevo este VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT CC 2011, me quedo con el bello CITROEN C5, 2011, que si mostro diferencia y calidad de su antecesor, CITROEN, continua siendo el LIDER en europa y elmundo, CITROEN y no hay mas.