VW CC extended warranty is a must-have for all CC owners. CC's powerful engine and luxurious high-tech interior are prime candidates for potential breakdowns and malfunctions. This is where extended warranty for CC comes in. Extended Volkswagen CC warranty fills coverage gaps of the original manufacturer's warranty. For example, factory CC warranty only covers critical high-tech electronics for the first 36,000 miles or 3 years (whichever is earlier). If something breakdown at a later date - you will have to foot a bill that may be as high as a couple thousand dollars. CC extended warranty, on the other hand, provides comprehensive protection of electric components for up to 100,000 additional miles and/or 5 years. This is the type of coverage that you can rely on. Learn more about extended warranty for Volkswagen CC and the original manufacturer's warranty below.
Factory CC Warranty
Known original manufacturer's warranty for VW CC is listed below. For details regarding your specific vehicle, call the manufacturer and inquire specifics.
- Mileage Limits: 3 yrs / 36,000 miles (whichever comes first)
- Drivetrain: 5 yrs/ 60,000 miles
- Free Maintenance: 3 yrs / 36,000 miles
- Roadside: 3 yrs / 36,000 miles
- Rust: 12 yrs / Unlimited miles
- Cost: Usually included with a purchase
VW CC Extended Warranty
Sample Volkswagen CC extended warranty coverage listed below. Get a free extended warranty quote to get pricing and plan specifics.
- Mileage Limits: 5 yrs / 100,000 miles (whichever comes first)
- Drivetrain: 5 yrs / 100,000 miles
- Discounted Maintenance: 5 yr/ 100,000 miles
- Roadside: 5 yrs / 100,000 miles
- Electrical components: 5 yrs / 100,000 miles
- Transmission: 5 yrs / 100,000 miles
- Brakes, A/C: 5 yrs / 100,000 miles
- Steering, Fuel, Suspension: 5 yrs / 100,000 miles
- Other extended warranty benefits:
- Car rental reimbursement
- Lockout assistance
- Trip interruption protection
- BONUS: 50-state coverage
- BONUS: Fully transferable coverage
Volkswagen CC Recommended Maintenance
There is no charge to receive maintenance under VW's Carefree Maintenance Program for three years or 36,000 miles (whichever comes first). Volkswagen recommends that cars receive the following basic services every 5,000 miles:
- Oil Change
- Brake fluid
Drivers are advised that the following maintenance services should occur every 10,000 miles:
- Rotate wheels
- Transmission check
Every responsible Volkswagen CC owner must do 2 things: provide regular maintenance care for CC and purchase a CC extended warranty. By taking good care of your car, not only you extended the life of it, you also protect your wallet from expensive repairs down the road. There is no question that something in your Volkswagen CC will break down over the lifetime of the car. The question is what and when. Regular maintenance and extended warranty for Volkswagen CC ensure that all mechanical and electrical parts run smoothly for as long as possible. And if something ever breaks down - you don't need to worry about footing the bill.
Get a FREE QUOTE now to find out why more and more Volkswagen CC owners choose to buy extended warranty plans.
About Volkswagen CC
The Volkswagen Passat Comfort Coupe, also know simply as "CC," made its debut in 2008 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The CC is a four-door coupe that seats four, and measures over an inch longer and 1.5 inches wider than the regular Passat. CC is marketed as a higher end alternative to standard midsize sedans, and considered more of a luxury model than the standard Passat family car.
The Passat CC's name is derived from the German language word for "tradewind," consistent with Volkswagen's earlier tradition of naming their vehicle models after types of wind.
While the CC is called a "Passat," it looks nothing like one. The CC is a four-door sedan that shares its wheelbase, turbocharged four-cylinder powertrain and some interior components with the basic Passat. While the four-cylinder engine is standard, a more powerful V6 engine is available. The CC VR6 Sport edition has a more powerful V6 engine, and the VR6 4Motion adds all-wheel-drive to the V6 models. Volkswagen claims the standard Passat CC can reach 62 mph in 7.6 seconds, and the more powerful V6 version can reach 62 mph in 6.6 seconds. The Passat CC uses premium unleaded fuel.
VW has ramped up the CC's luxury trim as well, endowing it with 18-inch wheels, two-tone upholstery, adaptive bi-xenon headlights, lane assist, a power rear sunshade, large tilt-only sunroof, steering-wheel paddles, a 10-speaker premium sound system and other amenities.
The VW CC is a suave and powerful full-sized vehicle with European styling that's a cut above other family cars. Its sportiness, dynamic engine and upscale interior with high-quality materials make the Passat CC a superior car in its class.