Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Volkswagen Passat CC Prices Paid and Buying Experience

kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 27,671
Tell us about buying your new Passat CC!

Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs



  • Like I posted before, I leased my CC for 39 months, $2k down, 15k miles with a $5k insurance at the end to cover any charges for wear and tear. With taxes and all, my payment is a few dollars shy of $600. This was the same payment for an bare bones A4 or a G35, but I wanted something new, and this car certainly is.
  • kaysidkaysid Posts: 27
    Miami CC, which CC model did you get the Sport or Lux? How much was the cost of the $5k insurance. Thanks and congrats on the new ride.
  • I'm looking at the CC Sport -- base model -- and I want a manual transmission. I have two questions:

    1. Has anyone seen the Sport 200HP turbo 4 with a sunroof? I've seen two base model manual transmission cars -- but both without a roof. Sad.

    2. If you're purchased one of these, what did you pay? MSRP on the car is $27,995.

    I noticed that VW's best financing offer on this car is 7.7% (what?!) but I imagine that will change quickly. VW's sales are down YOY, although nowhere nearly as tragically as the domestic automakers. I'm sure even the CC will have deals shortly.
  • kaysidkaysid Posts: 27
    1) Nope the Sport does not come with a Sunroof that is only on the Lux models, which cannot be had with the MT. BTW not sure if you know the sunroof doesnt actually slide open it just tilts up a couple of inches.
    2) I havent actually pulled the trigger yet also looking for a MT Sport 2.0 CC but waiting for my current lease to expire in Feb 09. I have been offered from 300-500 over invoice and that was really without any negotiating. This was for dealers in NJ and Eastern PA. Saying that though I hear the CC's are selling well since they are being bought by VW enthusiasts and previuous customers.
  • bvdj84bvdj84 Posts: 1,721
    The whole no open sunroof would bug me, also I would miss the rear middle seat. Otherwise it would be perfect. Hopefully they didn't set their options and pricing too high for this car. This is not a time to mess around. I am sure it will do fine. This car won't be an option for me though.
  • Just leased new cc sport with auto/sirius radio, 36 months with 12k miles per year. MSRP was 29,015, selling price was 26,503 (1079 below invoice). Money factor of .00124, and residual of 55 percent. Payment is 392 per month. Only paid 1st month payment and liscense at signing. Dealer also cutting me a check for 869 to pay for last 2 payments and excess mileage on current jetta lease. I think I did ok.
  • Sirius is that expensive??!! Cuz the invoice on KBB for that car is 26754 so did Sirius cost you 700 bucks??
  • rayc13rayc13 Posts: 1
    I bought a MT Sport from Cook VW in Encinitas, Ca late November. The only option was a Sirius radio. I paid $26,250 plus T&L and they were able to find the exact color/interior I wanted within 24 hours. In addition, they had a set of new Luxury wheels and tires that they put on for an additional $100 as I like the look of the Luxury wheels better. I love the car and am getting 28 mpg in mixed driving. What I also noticed is that the car has many features that are either not available on the base Sport or are options according to the brochure. Power seat with memory, power passanger seat, auto dimming rearview mirror, rain sensing wipers and so on.
  • Leased a 2009 CC Sport last week.
    MSRP $29015
    36 mo. 15K miles
    $1500 total out of pocket
    $399 / mo. including tax
  • sirius radio was an extra 400 appx..there was a few add'l taxes/fees that california charges, but aren't listed on kbb.
  • Kyfdx,

    Congrats on the new lease. I'm looking for a similar lease and wanted to know more about the car... what add-ons did you get with the CC Sport to get an MSRP of $29,000?

  • automatic and sirius radio
  • No problem
    I'm sorry I did'nt get back to post sooner.
    Like what was noted the car came with automatic and sirius.

    I'm sure that you can do better than I did
    with my lease 2 weeks ago 1/15
    Prob by $30.00 less per month.
  • What a day! I went out looking at a 350z Roadster and came home excited for the future VW CC i'll be leasing.

    Really like the sport with the automatic trans. I test drove the 6 speed and found it incredibly nice but still a bit weird to drive a "sport" sedan of this size with a manual. Will see how the DSG feels in a week or two when I'm ready.

    I did inquire about a 36mo high mileage (18k per year) lease. They gave me figures of $385 a month with $1,500 down. I didnt really dig deep into car selling price and if that includes all OTD fees, but sounds like a pretty good deal compared to what I'm seeing out there.

    Anyone care to chime in? I do plan on going email blasting different dealerships when the time comes. How do you even calculate residual on a high mileage lease ??? I only see 12k and 15k residuals online....suggestions?
  • edbocedboc Posts: 5
    I got the CC for $23,855 for a Silver 6 Speed MT and got $9800 for my trade in on a '06 Accord Coupe EX 5-Speed with 71k miles.
  • that sounds too good to be true, are they really selling these cars below invoice?? What part of the country...and did you buy or lease?
  • im in los angeles, and i leased
  • Wow. Would you mind disclosing some of the more detailed information like yearly mileage and monthly payment....what did you put down? You can PM me if you're more comfortable. Would love to hear what you've come up with as Im looking at the same car :) Thanks!
  • edbocedboc Posts: 5
    Yes, they are selling these cars below invoice. I bought the car, and financed through VW ($1000 incentive). I'm in Milford, MA, near Worcester. I think the $1000 VW finance incentive is only for Northeast states.
Sign In or Register to comment.