What does CC stand for in VW Passat?

Comfort Coupe
Volkswagen said the name CC stands for Comfort Coupe, recognizing its combination of a coupe-like profile with four rather than two doors. While based on the Passat, and sharing its wheelbase, the CC is 27 mm (1.06 inches) longer, 50 mm (1.97 inches) lower, and 36 mm (1.42 inches) wider than the Passat.

What is the difference between a CC and a Passat?

The Passat is Volkswagen’s stylish midsize sedan while the VW CC is consider to be the perfect combination of a sport coupe and a four-door sedan. A 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and a 3.6-liter V6 engine are the available engines for the Passat.

Why did Volkswagen stop making CC?

As you can probably guess by now, the end of the Volkswagen CC era came after the 2017 model year when only 1,355 units were sold and the automaker decided to cut it from the line. Declining sales got the best of the CC and it was later replaced with the larger and more comfortable Arteon.

What does Passat mean in English?

trade wind
Passat – In German, Passat means “trade wind.”

Is the VW CC a 4 door coupe?

The VW CC adapts the platform of the dearly departed Passat – the Euro-based Passat and not the newer design created for the U.S. – and cloaks it in stylish 4-door coupe bodywork. The result is a notable success, with a competent platform dressed for evening.

How much does a VW CC 2.0T cost?

Given its starting window sticker of under $30,000 (with destination), the 2012 VW CC 2.0T comes remarkably well equipped.

What kind of engine does a 2012 Volkswagen CC have?

Driving the Used 2012 Volkswagen CC. The 2012 Volkswagen CC’s specification is geared specifically to driver involvement, and that’s especially true at the lower end of the CC food chain. Combine VW’s delightfully visceral 2.0-liter turbocharged four with either its standard 6-speed manual or available Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG)…

What kind of gas mileage does a Volkswagen CC get?

The electrically assisted rack-and-pinion steering proves direct, and the all-independent suspension elevates you over uneven pavement with an equilibrium you can only describe as Germanic. The CC’s VR6 is more relaxed, but less rewarding and, notably, less efficient, with an EPA rating of 25 mpg highway versus the 2.0T’s 31 mpg (manual and DSG).