2017 Volkswagen CC Glendale CA
It’s true that a car is a means to get from point A to point B, but that doesn’t mean you want a bare bones option in which to do it. The 2017 Volkswagen CC in Glendale CA is the perfect option for those seeking an attractive midsize sedan with coupe-like styling, but without draining your bank account. The model is sleek and stylish with plenty of standard and available features, along with soft-touch, premium materials to help you ride in optimum comfort. All this, without feeling at all underpowered.
If you’re looking for a simple option, there are plenty of compact choices that will get you moving, but the Volkswagen CC is more spacious and provides an executive feel every time you start your engine. Speaking of which, the model comes with a standard 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that delivers up 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque, so while it may look sophisticated, you can still find plenty of thrills behind the wheel. Due to a lack of demand, the V6 option has been cut.
The base model for the 2017 Volkswagen CC is the Sport and it comes standard with Bi-Xenon headlights, keyless access with push-button start, a rearview camera system, touchscreen navigation, LED taillights, VW Car-Net App-Connect with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and heated front seats.
There is now just one engine for the 2017 VW CC, the standard 200 horsepower turbo four-cylinder, which delivers 200 horsepower. Paired with the standard engine is a six-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission with Tiptronic and Sport modes for more control and smoother gear shifts.
Safety features are a top concern for VW, which is why the CC has standard engine braking assist, a crash-optimized front end and pedal controls, side curtain protection head airbags in the front and rear, the VW intelligent crash response system and new driver assistance features in the R-Line Executive.
Get comfortable in a 2017 Volkswagen CC
There are only minor changes to the 2017 Volkswagen CC, and they focus on the trim hierarchy rather than adjustments to any particular trim. This model year, the Trend, R-Line and V6 Executive have been cut, leaving behind the Sport, R-Line Executive and R-Line Executive w/Carbon.
The lineup may be slimmer, but what is left are solid options for those looking to step up from the Passat. The CC stands for Comfort Coupe and it was originally based off of the design of the Passat, but meant to be sportier in appearance with a sleek side profile, and more standard features to satisfy those looking for a premium option without the cost of luxury branding.
The only real change we see to any particular trim is in the R-Line Executive as it gains Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking and Adaptive Cruise Control. All of these features work together to bring a sense of security as visual and audible alerts warn you against any distracted driving practices.
Not sold on the 2017 Volkswagen CC? You will be once you get behind the wheel. Stop by New Century Volkswagen to take it for a test drive.