2010 Volkswagen CC
73,730 Miles
$9,990

Waterloo, NY
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2015 Volkswagen CC
38,616 Miles
$21,990

Salem, OR
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2015 Volkswagen CC
10,731 Miles
$23,644

Leesburg, FL
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2016 Volkswagen CC
11,140 Miles
$28,000

West Chester, PA
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2016 Volkswagen CC
5,665 Miles
$28,999

Leesburg, FL
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2011 Volkswagen CC
49,582 Miles
$12,379

Elkton, MD
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2013 Volkswagen CC
35,037 Miles
$16,999

Rock Springs, WY
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2015 Volkswagen CC
12,553 Miles
$22,910

Dover, DE
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2015 Volkswagen CC
3,765 Miles
$31,499

Anchorage, AK
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2013 Volkswagen CC
35,560 Miles
$16,380

Reno, NV
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2013 Volkswagen CC
65,065 Miles
$15,977

Johnston, IA
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2013 Volkswagen CC
99,227 Miles
$14,988

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Volkswagen CC
6,231 Miles
$25,833

Elgin, IL
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2009 Volkswagen CC
72,324 Miles
$9,000

Lawrence, MA
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2010 Volkswagen CC
136,157 Miles
$6,997

Springfield, OH
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2016 Volkswagen CC
19,670 Miles
$21,495

Doylestown, PA
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2010 Volkswagen CC
108,034 Miles
$7,700

Lawrence, MA
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2016 Volkswagen CC
20,155 Miles
$24,000

Amarillo, TX
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2012 Volkswagen CC
82,520 Miles
$9,994

Rochester, MN
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2012 Volkswagen CC
64,804 Miles
$13,900

Warner Robins, GA
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Volkswagen CC Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.8
Value
3.8
Performance
4.3
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.3
Maintenance
3.5

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Volkswagen CC Owner Ratings & Reviews

2010 Volkswagen CC - A little bulky, but great room.

Dallas, Texas
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
3.0
Low profile tires are great for getting those great speeds. The car overall has been decent in size and performance. The interior height is good for my boyfriend who is 6'4", although he has to lean down to see the light when at a stop. We have had 2 adults and 2 children fit comfortably. The braking system has definitely been tested and works really well, and the turbo charged engine really gets up and goes. We've owned this vehicle for 3 years and have given a go with 108,000 miles, some acquired on a trip from Dallas to South Padre. Buying the upgrades in most cars are well worth the money spent. This car was previously owned and had only a few upgrades. The speakers did not last long.
Story
Getiing onto the highway and merging into traffic with the turbo has been a kick.
Pros
The adjustable seats come in handy between my boyfriend and I as drivers. The side lights that come on during turning are a feature I quickly got used to and noticed the difference when driving other vehicles.
Cons
All dogs love a car ride with their tongue hanging out the side. The backseat is too small for our German Shepherd. Trying to get good gas mileage only happens if driving below the speed limit on the highway. Small town driving would be ideal for best gas mileage. Onto the next, the turbo really gives a bang for buck but not for the gas mileage. Also, the car requires only premium fuel. The check engine light keeps coming on. When checked, it gets more and more expensive. At this point it has been more than what we paid for the car used.

2009 Volkswagen CC - Great looking and classy.

Las Vegas, Nevada
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
2.0
The VW CC is a classy car right off the showroom floor. It gets a lot of looks driving around. So much so in fact, when I saw it on the street for the first time, I said, "What is that?" I wanted one instantly. It was only three days before I purchased one myself. People also assume it is in a much higher class of car than what VW intended. The subtlety of the car keeps it under the radar yet has plenty of power when you want to stretch your legs. The smooth swooping lines and clean tucked rear end really speaks volumes in luxurious design talent.
Story
It was interesting trying to fit a gigantic car seat in the back. It fit and my girlfriend and I went out for a fun day at the park without a hitch. Though she was crammed all the way forward, it was a good laugh.
Pros
The elegant silver paint caressed the well laid edges and swoops ever so gently. The car looks like it goes for 80,000 dollars. I loved that it was turbo charged. The car is very sporty, yet composed and dignified at the same time. The interior was very nicely put together with beautiful stitching.
Cons
The seats were rather firm and despite being reassured that they would soften, they never felt supple. It was difficult to find a comfortable position for long drives because the door and center console parts were hard where your knee rests.

2009 Volkswagen CC - Overall bad experience

Rockwood, Virginia
Overall
1.0
Value
1.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
1.0
My experience with my VW CC has been terrible. I am the first one in my family to purchase a VW. However, I have come to deeply regret it. It's safe to say that I will never purchase another VW again. Details on performance are listed below.
Story
I enjoyed going on late night drives with the windows down and the music blaring.
Pros
I purchased the CC Sport because of its reputation and its look. The inside presentation of the car was also appealing. The leather seats, the 2 tone color scheme, the in-dash entertainment system, are all things that initially lured me in. Initially the car ran really smooth, had a nice pick-up, and was pretty gas efficient. My friends were very impressed with my car and I even took it on a few long road trips without any issues.
Cons
After driving the car for 6 months, I began to notice small problems here and there. For example, various “error” lights would begin turning on, even though the car had nothing wrong with it. The tire pressure lights would also turn on even though the tire pressure was adequate. Also, after a year of ownership, the “cam-chain” of my car broke. I spent nearly $2000 to get it fixed after which it was revealed that the issue may have been with a defective part.

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