The Volkswagen CC is an elegant midsize sedan in Volkswagen’s lineup. Starting at just above $28,000, it is a car that toes the line of a regular midsize sedan and a luxury car. However, when purchasing a new car, one has to consider the associated costs. What will fuel economy look like?
Insurance rates will vary from driver to driver and insurer to insurer. However, average CC owners paid around $1,400 on average annually according to Edmunds estimates.
The one sure way that you can lower your rates is by shopping around. Get at least 3 quotes from different insurance companies and compare them. Discounts and incentives will vary amongst insurance companies. So, by getting at least three quotes, you’re ensuring that you’ll see the best rates.
Other factors like location and driving history also come into play. If you live in an urban area that sees frequent bouts of traffic congestion, you are at an increased risk for an accident. As such, your insurance rates will go up. If you have a clean driving history, this denotes that you are a conscientious driver. This works in your favor, as you are less risky to insure than other drivers. Your rates will be lower.
The CC has excellent handling and provides a spirited ride for those wanting to trade up for a sedan that provides that extra bit of power. It comes standard with a 2.0 liter 4 cylinder turbocharged engine, though prospective buyers have the option to elect the more powerful 3.6 liter V6. It has a decidedly upscale look on the inside, and offers the same amount of refinement in its exterior.
The base trim level comes with an impressive array of amenities such as: fog lights, power heated front seats, automatic climate control, Bluetooth, alloy wheels, and a stereo system with 6 CD-changer. However, by upgrading you can see the following features added to your CC:
The 2012 CC has been recognized as a Top Safety Pick by the IIHS. It has received their highest scores on its front, side, roof, and rear crash tests. In addition, the federal government has given the CC 4/5 stars on its rollover crash tests. It has not yet tested the CC for other types of collision protection.
Safety features and ratings can help you save. The CC has a pretty impressive list of safety equipment standard on it like: front, side and side curtain airbags, traction control, and anti-lock brakes.
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