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FEATURES | 7 out of 10
Modest, yet still impressive features list
Technology Package that offers a 20-gigabit hard drive, navigation system
Road & Track
VR6 Sport trim gets an upgraded sound system
The 2010 Passat CC—even the base Sport model—comes very well-equipped. Single-zone automatic climate control, an alarm system, heated leatherette power seats, and an eight-speaker premium sound system with CD changer are all on the standard-equipment list, while top VR6 4Motion models, priced more than $12,000 higher, get dual-zone climate control, the Panorama sunroof, a rear sunshade, bi-xenon headlamps, a parking aid, heated mirrors, and rain-sensing wipers, along with the upgraded wheels.
For those interested in the Volkswagen CC VR6, Edmunds reports that the standard features list grows to include a "superb Dynaudio sound system that pumps out 600 watts of raw musical power through 10 speakers," while Autoblog also notes the inclusion of "18-inch wheels and bi-xenon headlights." The 2009 Volkswagen CC VR6 4Motion is essentially the same as the VR6 Sport, although it does get all-wheel-drive transmission.
Major options on the rest of the line include a Technology Package with rearview camera and a power sunroof. Bluetooth remains optional, even at the top of the class. Road & Track says that the Tech Package offers "a 20-gigabit hard drive, navigation system and a rear back-up camera." Edmunds reviewers love the navigation and audio interface, "controlled by VW's new touchscreen interface" that they feel is "easy enough to figure out thanks to logical menus and helpful physical buttons that run alongside the screen." Autoblog notes that "the unit offers traffic data" as well, along with "maps in an easier to understand 3D mode."
The 2010 Volkswagen CC comes quite well equipped, but most of the oft-desired tech features are optional.