2017 Volkswagen CC vs 2017 Honda Accord

If you're searching for a sleek and sporty new car, take a look at the features of the 2017 VW CC and the Honda Accord. While you may be thinking that a full sedan doesn't have enough flair and attitude, with them models nothing could be less true. The 2017 CC offers 18-inch alloy wheel with bi-xenon headlights and sleek curves. The Accord also offers alloy wheels, a standard 16-inch size, but with halogen headlights and a more traditional appearance.

Both the CC and Accord also offer drivers efficient powertrains. However, the sporty aesthetics of the 2017 CC is matched by the 200 horsepower of its turbocharged engine. The graceful lines of the Accord are coupled with only 185 horsepower and a larger engine that gets almost the exact fuel economy. Choosing between the two, the decision comes down to more power with a smaller engine or less power and the same efficiency level.

2017 Volkswagen CC vs 2017 Honda Accord
2.0L Turbo  Engine  2.4L I-VTEC 
Standard  Navigation System  23 City/ 32 Highway 
22 City/ 31 Highway  Fuel Economy  23 City/ 32 Highway 
Bi-Xenon  Headlights  Halogen 

Take On Every Road with Ease in the 2017 VW CC

One of the great things about newer vehicles is the integration of a navigation system. Rather than using up your phone battery or having to deal with the hassle and bulk of a GPS, you can now have turn by turn directions given to you from your vehicle's infotainment system. While both the CC and the Accord offer an in-car navigation feature, the 2017 CC provides its Discover Media Touch Screen Navigation on its base trim. The Accord doesn’t have its Satellite Linked Navigation standard until the topmost trim. To get behind the wheel of your own 2017 Volkswagen CC, contact our team at Capistrano Volkswagen today! You can also view our VW CC inventory and schedule a test drive online.
2017 VW CC model comparison
2017 VW CC Interior design features
2017 VW CC Bi-Xenon Headlights
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