The 2011 CC embodies the idea that function and form can successfully exist together in a car’s design without sacrificing on practicality. Available in six trim levels, the CC forges the comfort and capability of a sedan with the styling and driving experience that are normally only reserved for a coupe.
From the front, the CC immediately commands attention with its sleek, low stance. The wide chrome grille, slit-like headlight housings and reflector lens foglights add an aggressive element to the sedan’s overall appearance.
Those seeking a more aggressive appearance can opt for the R-Line package, which includes lower body side trim, darkened tail lamps, standard fog lamps, stainless door sill plates, and head-turning 18-inch “Mallory” wheels.
Inside every 2011 CC awaits a blend of luxurious materials, rich textures, and intuitive controls. The driver and all three passengers are welcomed with sport seats that sit comfortably low for a more relaxed experience, yet are ergonomically bolstered for added support. The front seats are heated, with 12-way, power adjustment and four-way, power lumbar support on all trim levels.
A comprehensive AM/FM/CD stereo system is standard with MP3 CD readability, an in-dash, six-disc changer, an auxiliary input for connecting portable audio players, Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity, and Sirius Satellite Radio.
Two engine options are available: 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, and the 3.6-liter V6 gasoline engine.
Base model estimated mpg: 21/37
Estimated starting price: $28,200
Compiled by Motor Matters

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