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Volkswagen CC Coolant Type

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Volkswagen CC

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You can find 49 different trims for the Volkswagen CC and their corresponding recommended coolant type.

The years available stretch from 2008 through to 2017 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.

The VW CC, also known as the Comfort Coupe, first made its debut at the beginning of 2008. However, it was released at this point as the Passat CC. Of course, being based on the Passat, it sits in the same compact executive car class. It then remained on the market until its retirement in 2017.

Only a single generation of the CC was unveiled. However, it did receive a significant mid-cycle facelift in 2012. This facelift consisted mainly of revisions for both the front and rear fascia.

As mentioned, it obviously shares a huge number of similarities with the VW Passat. These two models are so similar that the CC is often considered the smaller version of its larger sibling. This has led to some competition between the two.

Rivals from other manufacturers typically include Honda Accord, Toyota Corolla, and the Subaru Legacy.

There were various powertrains offered for the CC. These consisted of both petrol and diesel offerings. For the petrol versions, these engines have ranged from a 1.4 L inline-4 through to a 3.6 L inline-4.

VW fitted a number of transmissions to these engines. These included a number of 6-speed gearboxes, which were either manual, automatic, or DSG. There has also been a 7-speed DSG version for certain engines since 2012.

When VW announced plans to scrap the model in 2017, they quickly cited that low sales figures were the leading cause. This even went so far as the model being the lowest-selling model since 2015.

The release of the VW Arteon signified the replacement for the model.

Interestingly, Arteon models sold in China are still called VW CCs, despite being entirely different vehicles.