The Clarkson review: Volkswagen Passat TDI SE Business ()
Volkswagen Passat CC review - price, specs and release date 3 Feb But then the regular Passat, while a competent car, is hardly an object of desire. Formerly known as the Passat CC, the new Volkswagen CC (which confusingly stands for Comfort Coupe rather than coupe convertible) has. Introduced in , VW has sold nearly half a million Passats in the UK to date. We wouldn't be surprised to find this model pushes that number.
In SE Business spec. It means you get four wheels and a seat. It was very, very, very lovely. But neither of these things is quite right. Anyone who has a clean car is saying to the world that they have a tiny mind.
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People who wash their cars are telling passers-by that in the house, visitors are expected to leave their shoes in the front hall and that dogs are not allowed on the furniture. In continental Europe, where people have a very great deal of sex and there are goats and rabbits on all the furniture, the most popular colour appears to be grey.
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The car manufacturer calls it Harvard Blue, but it is wrong because the colour of Harvard University is in fact crimson. Inside, there are nine options for the colour of the interior trim. A point proved beautifully by the verse from Corinthians about love. Love is patient, love is kind.
It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.
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Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Comfortable and quiet, just as you'd expect from an executive model. Even two years after the CC's restyling in the VW still looks good compared to the best in this class.
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Its large corporate front end is pleasing to the eye, and although the gently sloping rear hampers back-seat headroom, it does help permit a spacious litre boot.
The car sits low to the ground and that means getting in is combined with a sizeable step downwards. It's fine once you're used to it, but for the first couple of tries be prepared to bang your head on the roof if you're a taller driver. Once in, though, you'll find a spacious and premium-looking interior.
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Drivers and front-seat passengers won't be complaining about space, although taller passengers in the back seat may find themselves short on headroom, if not legroom.
The cabin is also very quiet, even when driving at speed on rough roads.
The hum from the 2. We found the engine's performance to be more than adequate, and even under load it's a solid performer.
Helping with that performance is the six-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission. Its ratios are well spaced and flipping over to manual mode is quick and easy thanks to wheel-mounted paddles — which you won't find elsewhere in the CC range.
VW won't be offering the CC with the seven-speed DSG any time soon, though, which is something of a shame given how highly we rate it in the firm's other offerings. With an overall length of mm compared to the mm 3-series and mm A4the CC can feel like a hefty car to manoeuvre, especially in an urban environment.