What are the specs of a 2009 VW CC?
Car and Driver reports that the 2009 Volkswagen CC features a new “instrument luster and an optional touch-screen navigation system” to set it apart from the standard Volkswagen Passat, and Edmunds reviewers praise the “well-laid-out, uncluttered control design.”
What does the CC stand for in Volkswagen?
Volkswagen said the name CC stands for Comfort Compact, 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 kind of car is the 2011 Volkswagen CC?
The 2011 Volkswagen CC presents an attractive alternative to other mid-size sedans, though its styling impacts rear headroom and cargo space. ^ “2015 Volkswagen CC: stylish coupe and four-door sedan” (PDF).
What kind of rating does the VW CC get?
It manages five stars for its side driver crash protection. The IIHS has not yet tested the Volkswagen CC, though the 2009 Passat sedan, upon which the CC is loosely based, scores that agency’s top “good” rating and, as such, is named an IIHS Top Safety Pick.
What does the EPC light mean on a Volkswagen CC?
Your Volkswagen CC’s Electronic Power Control (EPC) light is a warning light that indicates that there is trouble with one of the critical safety and engine components of your vehicle. These components include the gas pedal, traction control, cruise, ABS, steering system, and the throttle body.
What kind of handling does a VW CC have?
Handling is capable but unremarkable; the power steering is feather light and lacks any sense of road feel. The CC’s brakes surpass strong and land right at touchy, an annoying trait that complicates modulation and smooth stops.