VW Passat CC now seats five
- Third seat in the back
- More standard equipment
- Engine range unchanged
The Volkswagen Passat CC has been upgraded to accommodate five people, and also gets more equipment as standard.
Five people can now travel in the VW, thanks to a middle rear seat.
Room is limited, though, and the extra seat is likely to be most suitable for children, especially on longer journeys.
See the new seat
Click here to see the new seat configuration. The four-seat Passat CC is no longer available.
Up front, the Passat CC now gets touch-screen satellite-navigation and Bluetooth device as standard.
The GT model also gets cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, and a leather interior.
Engine range is unchanged
The CC's engines remain unchanged, with 1.8-litre TSI, 2.0-litre TSI and 3.6-litre V6 petrol engines, and a 2.0-litre TDI diesel.
Upgrades to the entry-level model represent an extra £1000 worth of equipment, but prices rise by just £515 to £22,645.
The GT model gets an extra £3000 worth of kit, but with prices from £25,162, this is a rise of £1000 only.
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