Driven: VW Passat CC R – biggest kahuna in VW’s R family!

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  1. Won

    Won 5 Year | Silver

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    Thanks for highlighting this typo; the CC R is a 3.6L V6.
     
  2. 6UE5t

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    Nice car but not really a fan of the seat design. Still prefer the Golf R, but of course different types of machine there. Price is crazy even though still worth more than new bimmers!
     
  3. fahmitypeR

    fahmitypeR 5 Year | Silver

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    nice n xpensive
     
  4. kUmUcHaI 11/1

    kUmUcHaI 11/1 Senior Member
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    thanks for info...
     
  5. XFS

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    Great review!!
     
  6. Won

    Won 5 Year | Silver

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    Thanks for the feedback guys. Like 6UE5t, I too prefer the Golf R; smaller, more nimble, and just as capable (minus the V6 baritone!). Maintenance (and fuel!) costs will be less as well. Still, I'm told that all units of the CC R have already found willing buyers, so there is most certainly a market for these cars.

    I suppose the main appeal of a car like this is in its "fun factor". I mean, heck, I drove the XF S, F10 520i and CC R back-to-back and the VW is the most prominent in my mind right now!
     
  7. mh wong

    mh wong 5 Year | Silver

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    some1 told me,,,,,in uk......passat cc only sell at RM70k++........if its the price in malaysia......no 1 buy any proton.......japanese car anymore.....haha:biggrin:
     

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