2013 Volkswagen CC Owners Manual – In an attempt to contend with very similar 4-front door sedans offered by Acura, Buick and Nissan, the 2013 Volkswagen CC has become revamped in and out, including a couple of various trim levels and raising the person matter from 4 to 5.
The 2013 Volkswagen CC, which operates on regular fuel, is obtainable in half a dozen trims: Sport, Sport Plus, R-Series, Lux, V6 Lux, and VR6 4Motion Executive. Additionally, the Sport, Sport Plus, R-Collection, and 4-tube Lux trims are available as Part Absolutely nothing Emissions Automobiles (PZEV) for anyone buyers seeking to accomplish zero evaporative pollutants.
The front-wheel-drive (FWD) Sport, Sport Plus, R-Collection, and Lux trims arrive built with a 2.0-liter, 16-control device, 4-tube DOHC powertrain that maxes out at 200 hp and 207 lb-feet of torque. The Sport clip is available just with a 6-speed manual transmission, and the Sport Plus cut arrives coupled with only a 6-speed DSG twin-clutch system automated guide transmission, while the R-Series and Lux can be designed with both transmission.
The V6 Lux, also FWD, arrives designed with a 280-hp, 3.6-liter, 24-control device DOHC VR6 engine that is mated to a 6-velocity DSG twin-clutch system automated transmission and maxes out at 265 lb-ft of torque. The VR6 4Motion Professional is driven by the same engine and transmission as the V6 Lux but will come regular with 4Motion all-tire travel and it has paddle shifters to manage the transmission.
Gas quotes for the Sport trims are 21 mpg city/32 freeway, although the Sport Plus, R-Series and Lux trims are rated at 22/31. The V6 Lux is approximated to obtain 17/27, while the VR6 4Motion Executive is ranked at 17/25.
The Volkswagen CC acquired a number of updates for 2013, including recently normal bi-xenon headlights and Guided taillights on all trims. In addition, the hood and radiator grille has been remodeled to create the CC appear like other cars in Volkswagen’s lineup.
such as the recently redesigned Jetta and Passat. Changes were also made to CC’s user profile to really make it show up sleeker, while the size of the rear fender was improved for additional protection.
The biggest alter for 2013 was the removal of the two rear pail seats, that has been replaced with a 3-seat rear counter to accommodate many more passengers. All 2.0-liter engine trims now to appear regular with an XDS cross-differential (limited-slip) method to provide the car owner with added torque when needed.