Volkswagen CC – More efficiency for Volkswagen Passat CC | GoAuto

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efficiency for Volkswagen Passat CC

gains: Volkswagen has added measures including idle-stop and braking to the Passat CC line-up.

reduces Passat CC pollution idle-stop and regenerative braking

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VOLKSWAGEN has applied measures including idle-stop and braking to its sleek Passat CC resulting in improved fuel and a 10.6 per cent reduction in CO2

The fuel and CO2-saving technologies are over from the re-skinned B7 sedan and wagon range rolled into Australian in April.

New items on the CC#8217;s list include lane-keeping adaptive cruise control and features such as #8216;front and #8216;city emergency braking#8217; taken from the technology-packed B7.

The entry-level, front-wheel drive receives both idle-stop and braking technologies, resulting in a 9.5 per reduction in fuel consumption to 5.7 per 100km.

CO2 output from its diesel engine also from 166 grams per kilometre to which VW claims makes it the efficient and environmentally friendly CC to date.

Unchanged peak power and outputs of 125kW and 350Nm to provide brisk acceleration rest to 100 km/h in 8.6 seconds.

is not fitted to the all-wheel drive V6 FSI but regenerative braking alone is to reduce the 220kW/350Nm 3.6-litre engine#8217;s fuel consumption by 7.6 per down to 9.7L/100km.

Carbon dioxide emissions from 254g/km to 226g/km 0-100km/h acceleration remains a 5.6 seconds.

The updated B6 Passat-based #8216;Comfort Coupe#8217; is now on sale in prices remaining static at for the diesel (an $11,000 premium the equivalent sedan) and $64,990 for the V6 (a $9000 premium).

Also the same in the CC#8217;s first are its looks, apart from an interior featuring chrome and a dash-mounted analogue clock.

Both Passat CC variants standard with a six-speed automatic transmission, three-mode suspension adjustment, panoramic roof, 18-inch alloy nappa leather upholstery and headlights.

VW Australia has sold 297 CCs so far this year, a year-to-date of 16.1 per cent. Since it on sale in February 2009, the has averaged 76 sales per month, at 120 in November 2009.

Volkswagen currently holds position in the Australian sales with a 3.9 per cent market having sold 15,415 to the end of May #8211; up six per cent and just 227 behind eighth-placed Subaru.

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