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What does CC stand for in Volkswagen CC?
Volkswagen said the name CC stands for Comfort Coupe, recognizing its combination of a coupe-like profile with four rather than two doors.
Is Passat CC good car?
It is comfortable, generally reliable, has good performance and is stylish. Its running costs are mostly what I expected when I bought it (i.e. it’s not a lightweight car, but the diesel engine mitigates this), although it did go through its first set of front tyres at 17,000 miles.
Is Passat CC comfortable?
Excellent sporty saloon. The CC is delightful to look at, is very well appointed and has an excellent performance. The interior comfort is of a very high standard with leather seats and clear, well laid out instrumentation. The DSG gearbox is seamless and the engine willing and sporty giving very good acceleration.
Is there a new Volkswagen Passat coming out?
With over 15 million cars sold, the Volkswagen Passat is one of the most successful automobiles in the world. Now there is a new Passat. It is the seventh generation since 1973. The styling of the bestseller was completely re-interpreted, and its front end shows parallels to the Phaeton and is more impressive than ever.
When did the first Volkswagen Passat have a catalytic converter?
In the same year, Volkswagen produces the first Volkswagen Passat with regulated catalytic converter (66 kW / 90 PS) – and the three-millionth Passat. Launching as its top version is the 200 km/h fast Passat with a 2.2-litre five-cylinder engine (100 kW / 136 PS). In March 1987, the model series breaks the four million unit barrier.
When did the Volkswagen Passat get its first facelift?
In 1977, when the Bee Gees ignited the disco wave with Stayin’ Alive in Saturday Night Fever, which also spilled over to Germany, Volkswagen presented a stylistically and aerodynamically optimised Passat – with a classic facelift of the first generation model.
How many cylinders does a Volkswagen Passat have?
The petrol engines of the Volkswagen Passat output 90 kW / 122 PS (1.4 TSI), 118 kW / 160 PS (1.8 TSI), 155 kW / 211 PS (2.0 TSI) and 220 kW / 300 PS (V6). The top engine has six cylinders, while all other petrol engines are charged four cylinders.