2010 Volkswagen CC Sport PZEV 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6AM)
The car really scoots for a four cylinder engine. I find that I had to set the trip computer to warn me when I exceed 75mph because I would be doing 85 by the time i merged onto the freeway-different sound which is much quieter than my previous V6 VW GTI. Majority of my diving is on the highway and I can average 32MPG during my commute cruising at 73mph. Great standard options. Very easy to operate HVAC.
Great looking car-especially the two-tone interior. Neighbors all commented. You would never know that the interior is not leather. Standard stereo is terrific-iPod connectivity, touch screen interface, bluetooth hands free pairing-check with dealer for compatible phones however.
Electronic break and hill hold function take a bit getting used to. Paddle shifters would be a great option on the entry level car as would the Dynaudio stereo
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