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’13 VW CC midsizer establishes identity

The CC features large, low air (Bud Wells)

With a new trim adding to its sleekness, the 2013 Volkswagen CC is one of the better-designed sport sedans sold in country. It’s styled a coupe; in fact, Volkswagen it a Comfort Coupe, hence the CC It’s not a coupe, though, for it has doors.

Current talk of coupes apparently began the arrival almost nine ago of the sharp-sloped 2005 Mercedes-Benz and has been fueled since such new models as the Audi A7 and 6 series Gran Coupe.

The CC a few years back as part of the VW line. Today, the CC is considered a alternative model. While the CC has with the same platform, the a year ago moved to larger

Trunk capacity is 13.2 feet. (Bud Wells)

the CC’s raked roof and rear deck, the ’13 sits 3 inches lower does the Passat, and is 3 inches

The CC R-Line trim adds a front, large lower air projector-style foglights, side R-Line logos on the front sills and 18-inch Mallory wheels with Continental tires.

For satisfactory performance, it is to keep this one revved high. A 208-horsepower (207 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder strong in low-end torque, is to a 6-speed manual transmission, seems to accentuate turbo lag at Optional is a 6-speed DSG dual-clutch transmission, which would easily hold the revs to the lag. A more powerful V-6 is too, at a price boost.

The CC’s taut suspension a nice job of absorbing road Adding some highway to the VW was a drive north of Fort with Brent Wells for a to the Budweiser brewery; disappointing in the famous Clydesdales weren’t in the they’re on tour and won’t be till late December. The CC is of configuration, and is an outstanding handler, smoothly.

Well-formed seats are (Bud Wells)

Seating is comfortable, with cushy, soft-leatherette seats.

A navigation was part of the VW’s makeup, but it had no camera, and what a bummer was, for with the low roofline, windows and high-riding headrests, it was to see when backing or turning

There is room for three in the back seat, though is somewhat limited by the roof

Open the glove box door up pull an orange strap and a play unit drops for use with an iPod connector. design, though not the most of iPod placements. A switch in the of the glove box can be turned to circulate air among the contents.

Pleasant is produced by the premium touchscreen with eight speakers.

featured are adaptive bixenon activate them and the beam sweeps side to side, lifts to normal height. The will turn the beams up to 15 around corners for improved

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A trunk opening, narrowed by LED taillamps, provides access to storage, 13.2 cubic A handy passthrough is via the rear-seat

Sticker for the ’13 VW CC R-Line is Among amenities, not already are Bluetooth phone connectivity, front seats, cruise leather-wrapped steering wheel, computer and intermittent windshield with rain sensor.

The 2-liter and 6-speed manual an EPA-rated 21/32 miles per estimate; my overall average was 25.

defends the Jaguar X-Type of the (Bud Wells)

7. The V-6/automatic version is rated at 17/27. fuel is recommended for both

Notes from e-mail

Q: A critique, Bud. I just had to a (not very serious) to your recent comment the Jaguar X-Type was not a proper of the Jaguar mystique. Au contraire, I. Compared to the XF, the X-type has more Jaguar lines outside and sumptuous wood inside. reviews gave it rather marks and praised its Jaguarness, its Ford parts- binning. To my the X-Type was a worthy Jaguar and the first AWD version. And lest you I have an axe to grind, I don’t. owned a Jaguar, though like to. I kind of think ever made by Jaguar is — G.L.

A: Sorry, Geoffrey, I never fond of the X-Type, even driving several at the ice track at Springs. It was based on the Ford Like earlier Jags, the had plenty of mechanical problems; it to me they shared little in attributes. Like you, I, too, have always Jaguars.

Saturday Drive can also be online at DenverPost.com/budwells. Bud Wells can be via e-mail at bwells@denverpost.com.

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