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Volkswagen CC Gets Sporty R-Line (2013)

CAR GARAGE | Volkswagen CC Gets Sporty R-Line (2013) | Other changes to the 2013 CC's exterior include a larger grille modeled after Volkswagen's updated European-market Phaeton sedan, revised lines on the sedan's trunk and rear fascia and a new front bumper designed to project a more aggressive appearance. Bright, bixenon headlights flank the new face and are accented by LED daytime running lights standard on all but base Sport models; the LED DRLs are part of the Sport's optional adaptive front-lighting system. The hood and front bumper are also tweaked, and the car's side sills are more sculpted than before. The cool, frameless doors carry over. The rear footwells are tight, and the sloping, tapered greenhouse crimps severely head-and shoulder room. Minor trim changes keep the rest of the cabin fresh, the which is good Because the CC's seats and ergonomics were already excellent.

Our wheel time was limited to the 200-hp 2.0T model, the which comes with front-wheel drive and a choice of a slick-shifting six-speed manual or the six-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic, depending on the trim level. Compared with the pricier, 280-hp VR6 models we've driven in the past, the 2.0T feels lighter and more responsive. (The VR6 Remains available with front-or 4MOTION all-wheel drive for 2013.)

Base CC Sport models are well-equipped with 17-inch wheels, rain-sensing wipers, automatic climate control, heated and powered front seats, a touch-screen audio system with eight speakers, Bluetooth, iPod connectivity, and leatherette seating. Stepping up to the 2.0T Sport Plus adds the front LEDs and adaptive front lighting, as well as navigation, the DSG gearbox, and 18-inch wheels. The top-level 2.0T Lux brings different models of 18S and interior trim, along with ambient cabin lighting and a sunroof. A sporty R-Line models will reappear later in the year and will feature a more aggressive steering-wheel and exterior highlights, along with unique 18S and a choice of manual or automatic transmissions.

VR6 models start at $ 38.550 for a front-drive and Lux 2.0T include all of the items, as well as heated headlight washers, a rearview camera, navigation with a larger touch screen, leather seating with heated and cooled chairs up front, and " Interlagos "18-inch wheels. The VR6 4MOTION Executive ($ 42.240) adds all-wheel drive, paddle shifters, a massaging driver's seat, front and rear parking sensors, an upgraded Dynaudio sound system, power rear sunshade and a.Even if the CC's refresh has diminished its beauty, the Sedan Remains the most attractive of them all VW.

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