2013 Volkswagen CC R-Line Starts at $33,020

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Along with refreshing the midsize sedan for the new model year, Volkswagen added a sporty version to the CC's lineup. The R-Line will start just over $33,000, including a destination fee, when it goes on sale at the end of this year.

Available with the CC's 200-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, the R-Line looks more aggressive than regular CCs thanks to unique bumpers, side skirts and taillights along with a large lower air intake and projector-style chrome-ringed fog lights. Shaded taillights and specific 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels give it a more menacing look.

The R-Line slots in between the base 2.0T trim and 2.0T Sport Plus model. Full 2013 Volkswagen CC pricing is after the jump:

2013 CC Pricing
Model
Price (excluding $825 destination)
2.0L TSI Sport (special order)
(manual)
(automatic)
 
$30,250
$31,350
2.0L TSI Sport (with DRLs and AFS)
(manual)
(automatic)
 
$30,610
$31,710
2.0L TSI R-Line
(manual)
(automatic)
 
$32,195
$33,295
2.0L TSI Sport Plus
$32,850
2.0L TSI Lux
$35,355
3.6L VR6 4Motion Executive
$41,420

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Comments 

Ben

Jeez I can get a '13 Accord V6 for under $30k that does 0-60 in 5.6 seconds and has reliability to boot. I've had two VW's in the past 8 years and would never buy one again. They made my wife's BMW look reliable.

Adam

Enjoy that '13 accord with its crappy suspension and horrible ride characteristics. I'll take the Turbo-tunable CC any day, get myself to 5.6 seconds with an engine flash, and laugh as I watch you pull off at the gas station twice as much.

Dan Mitchell

Is it just me or is $33k + for a 200 hp car pretty expensive?

john

@Ben,

Your wife is a better driver, that's why her car looked more reliable.

carma

Easy prey for a v6 impala.

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