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

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
Price (excluding $825 destination)
2.0L TSI Sport (special order)
2.0L TSI Sport (with DRLs and AFS)
2.0L TSI R-Line
2.0L TSI Sport Plus
2.0L TSI Lux
3.6L VR6 4Motion Executive

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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.


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?



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


Easy prey for a v6 impala.

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