The 2013 Volkswagen CC R-Line was announced earlier this year and the pricing has been set to $32,195 for the standard model with an $825 destination fee. It will be available to purchase at the end of this year and we are sure many Volkswagen fans would love to see this particular new sedan showing up in their driveway come Christmas morning. It has all the features, bells and whistles that made the previous model such a favorite in its class, with new updates.
The 2013 Volkswagen CC R-Line has a sportier look to it. The engine is the same as the previous version. This 2.0-liter TSI turbocharged four-cylinder engine is good for 200 horsepower 207 pound feet of torque which is definitely assertive in this car class. The transmission options for that include a six speed manual transmission or a six speed DSG dual-clutch automatic driving the front wheels, as the base Sport model.
For those who want a more powerful drive, they can opt for a 3.6 liter VR6 4Motion Executive that bumps the price up about $10,000 and of course includes high quality luxury features along with the more powerful engine. Of course if you aren’t worried about speed, you can opt for the 2.0 liter TSI sport engine which is even less expensive than the base model at $31, 075.
If you start with the base model 2013 Volkswagen CC R-Line and add $1,945 for the CC Sport edition you can get 18 inch Mallory allow wheels with all season 235/40 tires, a sportier front bumper that has a larger lower air intake and projector style fog lights, side skirt and a standard RNS 315 navigation system and paddle shifters along with the DSG transmission.
There are of course many options in between the low to high price for the 2013 Volkswagen CC R-Line depending on what additional features and power options you prefer for your own model.