Volkswagen CC Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
4 / 5
Despite the minor concerns, the CC is a genuine contender to premium offerings from Mercedes-Benz and BMW while those after a good-looking coupe with a bit more usable space would be foolish not to at least consider the CC.
4 / 5
The four-door Volkswagen CC is a great cruiser, with efficient engines and enough kit to compete with more expensive rivals.
4 / 5
Revamp is much ado about nothing, but the CC is still a grown-up, economical and classy car.
3.6 / 5
The Volkswagen CC is, in essence, a renamed and restyled Volkswagen Passat CC, meaning it’s a luxurious, stylish and comfortable four-door coupe.
7 / 10
In Volkswagen's case, the CC offers a welcome extra layer of luxury and kerb appeal for the price of a high-spec fleet saloon without any obvious day-to-day compromise.
3.5 / 5
It still looks like nothing else in its class, and is hard to position directly next to a main rival. For these reasons, even eight years after it first launched, it feels like an antidote to the usual formulaic approach the four-door saloon market, VW's own Passat included.
6 / 10
If the Passat is too dull but you still have a sensible side, the CC could be just the car for you.
3 / 5
The VW CC looks good, but it’s unexciting to drive and starting to show its age.