2016 Volkswagen CC Safety Features and Benefits
With its sleek and stylish design, spacious, refined and luxurious interior, excellent performance and superb tech features, the 2016 Volkswagen CC is a compelling choice for a full-size sedan. It also is equipped with a wide array of advanced safety features, in which you and your passengers benefit from accident prevention and protection, along with peace of mind for any of your journeys.
Wide Array of Safety Features
The starting point for safety in the 2016 CC is its strong, rigid, laser-seam-welded bodyshell and crash-optimized, energy-absorbing front end. On the inside, there’s the protection of a suite of airbags that includes front and side thorax airbags from the driver and front seat passenger and Side Curtain Protection head airbags for those in both the front and rear seats. Additionally, three-point safety belts have belt-force limiters for all the seats.
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The 2016 CC also features a number of aids and enhancements that work seamlessly with its drivetrain and suspension to help get the car and its occupants to their destination safely. They include Electronic Stability Control, Anti-Slip Regulation, Electronic Differential Lock and Engine Braking Assist. Also, the CC includes Volkswagen’s Intelligent Crash Response System that can shut off the fuel pump, unlocks the doors and switches on the hazard lights if the car is involved in certain types of collisions.
Driver Assistance Systems
Consumers who opt for the 3.6L VR6 4Motion Executive model benefit from the Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking (Front Assist) and Lane Departure Warning (Lane Assist). ACC uses forward facing radar to maintain a set speed while helping maintain a set distance to the vehicle in front. The driver sets the speed and the desired spacing via buttons on the multifunction steering wheel and can use the accelerator, brake pedal or steering wheel to cancel or override the ACC function.
With the Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking system, the driver is warned in critical front-end collision situations, both acoustically and visually by a warning symbol in the instrument cluster, and, if necessary, Autonomous Emergency Braking is activated to slow the vehicle if the driver fails to brake. Lane Departure Warning actively helps countersteer to keep the vehicle in the lane above 40 mph, if there is an indication that the vehicle is unintentionally straying from its lane.
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