Consumer Review Video - 2013 Volkswagen CC Sport Plus 2.0L 4 Cyl. Turbo Sedan (4 Door)

Car Displayed: 2013 Volkswagen CC Sport Plus 2.0L 4 Cyl. Turbo Sedan (4 Door)

The 2013 Volkswagen CC Sport Plus is a pretty difficult car to maintain due to the requirement of a multitude of tools to repair. Accessing the tail lights requires the use of tools to complete a variety of steps. The cabin air filter is located underneath the glove box. This is a tough reach, and requires you to remove many fasteners and a lining. In order to replace the fog light, you will have to remove a panel and torx bolts for access. The tools necessary to complete this may not be readily available for most car owners.

Some things are easier on the 2013 Volkswagen CC Sport Plus. For example, the oil level is easy to check, as the oil dipstick is easily accessible in the engine bay. The components of the spare tire are easily accessible in the trunk, keeping these components protected from the elements and ready to go in case of emergency. Checking the fuses is easy, making an electrical troubleshoot much easier on this car than on some other models.

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