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2010 Volkswagen CC

I thought it was about time GCFSB featured one of the prettiest mid-sized sedans to hit the market in the last few years: the Volkswagen CC. Devised as a more stylish alternative to the Passat sedan, The CC aped the four-door coupe concept from the Mercedes-Benz CLS but brought it down to a more reasonable price point. Available with the turbocharged 2.0 four cylinder or 3.6 VR6 engine, these rakish sedans almost made one wonder if Volkswagen overreached with the Phaeton luxury sedan and should have introduced something along these lines instead. The 2.0T engined variant seem to be more common, as new VR6 versions are cresting $40,000. Here is a two year old 2.0T automatic with the 6 speed DSG automatic transmission for sale at an attractive price point.

2010 Volkswagen CC on eBay

Lowest price in Florida for a CC! It has 42,300 miles and factory warranty. Great Condition, loaded with options. This is the 200 HP 4 cyl 2.0L Turbo and a great driver. Great gas mileage. Striking leather-look interior. Just off lease, fresh oil change. Always properly maintained.

Pre-owned CCs are inching down in price to where they are becoming an alternative to more sedate sedans such as the Camry, Accord and Altima. With the four seat configuration, these cars aren’t as practical as the competition, but appeal to the individual who can’t bear boring transportation. The asking price of under $17,000 is certainly tempting for a two year old near luxury sedan and I would wager to say the looks of the CC will withstand the test of time, as the car’s styling includes just enough flash without looking contrived.


One Comment

  1. Larry
    Larry February 9, 2012

    The CC is definitely attractive, but isn’t for every sedan buyer. This one certainly looks great though.

    The small-ish 4-seat interior and minimal rear headroom is very limiting as far as sedans go, and the 2.0T/DSG combination is only adequate.

    As you stated, the more desirable VR6 4MOTION cars are unrealistically priced at $40K+ (plenty of more desirable competition in that range).

    I continue to WANT to like these – they look so great – but the compromises are too big, and the Passat offered the same platform and mechanicals in a much more usable configuration – all for significantly less cost (low-mileage VR6 4MOTION Passats are being offered CPO in the similar mid-high teens range).

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