Volkswagen installs 3-seat rear bench for Passat CC, other equipment upgrades for UK

by Sebastian Bivin

The Volkswagen 2010 Passat CC for the UK market will be getting 3-seat rear bench and new features that are based on the GT trims. When the Passat was first rolled out as a four seater four-door coupe, buyers gave the carmaker a hint that they want one more seat at the back.

Aside from the rear bench, the Passat CC also gets as standard a Bluetooth device and a satellite nav system. The GT variant also has parking sensors, cruise control, and a nice leather interior.

Looking at the upgrades made, it easily translates to £1,000 for the CC base and about £3,000 for the GT. However, according to Volkswagen the CC base will only be £515 and the GT £1,000 more compared to the sticker price of the previous model year.

The engine options for the Passat CC remains the same as well as the choice for a DSG or manual gearbox.
The 2010 Passat CC will start at an RRP of £22,645 for the 1.8L TSI trim.

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