Last post on Apr 03, 2013 at 6:51 PM
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Volkswagen CC, Interior, Sedan, Wagon
#14 of 20 Mileage interval for brake service...
May 17, 2012 (8:14 pm)
My 2010 CC Sport has 33000 miles on it. I do not drive cars aggressively, but was wondering what is average mileage before original brakes on a CC Sport will need to be serviced. I am not having any vibration from the rotors and or any squeaking noise from the brakes pads as of now.
#15 of 20 Re: VW 2010 CC Sport Battery [njccdriver09]
Dec 14, 2012 (3:41 pm)
I have only 22.5K on my VW CC 2010, it has been 2.5 since I got my car, and now I have to replace the battery, since the warranty on the battery covers only up to 2 years or 24K, when everything else in the car is under warranty for 3 years or 36K, I wonder why that is? Is the battery is not suppose to last longer than the warranty coverage?
#16 of 20 Re: 2012 VW CC [mskitka]
Jan 13, 2013 (2:06 pm)
I have come close to death 3 times now because of the lag.
#17 of 20 Re: Air cleaner maintenance on CC Sport... [0311vn]
Feb 10, 2013 (8:11 pm)
Could you please tell me where the air filter is located at on the 2012 CC? I have a terrible odor coming out of the air conditioner when its first turned on. it smells so bad that I have to roll down the windows for at least a minute until its gone. I'm thinking the filter might need to be changed.
#18 of 20 2011 VW CC Executive Gas Pedal FAILURE (not hesitation or false neutral)
Feb 23, 2013 (9:22 am)
Several times since purchasing the car last year I have experienced what I consider a significant issue with my CC V6 Executive. When pulling out from a hard stop into a traffic intersection or making a turn crossing traffic - push down the gas pedal and absolutely nothing happens. Can push pedal to the floor but with no response, no increase in RPM, no indication that pedal has been applied. I have read about false neutral and pedal hesitation problems, this is something different and could cause a traffic accident. On one occasion I rolled into the traffic lane with oncoming vehicles and barley crossed without incident after pressing the pedal down several times in a panic. I cannot say under what conditions hot, cold, long or short drive, hill or flat surface, or what operational pattern is prone to the failure- it just occurs maybe once a month under daily normal driving conditions.
I have taken to the dealer and reported the problem; after a day in the shop they say they "cannot duplicate problem" and no fault codes present. I understand intermittent problems are very difficult to diagnose and seek any similar experience or advice on how to facilitate dealer repairs.
#19 of 20 Re: 2011 VW CC Executive Gas Pedal FAILURE (not hesitation or false neutral) [watchtrader]
Mar 11, 2013 (10:57 am)
I loved my new CC car however; Friday afternoon i was driving home i was driving in traffic then suddenly when i pressed the gas pedal no response. I pushed it several times and nothing happened i assumed it turned off however the radio was still on and the battery icon appeared. I put the car in Park then i restarted it. I took it to the dealership Saturday, morning and reported the issue.
#20 of 20 Re: 2011 VW CC Executive Gas Pedal FAILURE (not hesitation or false neutral) [watchtrader]
Apr 03, 2013 (6:51 pm)
This is still an issue in the 2013 CC !! I wish I had done more research before leasing the car... I would not have picked this car. As said in an earlier post the lag is unpredictable and very unsafe!! Can't wait until my lease is up... I will not be getting a VW!