Volkswagen CC Seat Belt
The Volkswagen CC is an executive car with a 4-door sedan body style. Its layout includes a front engine and front-wheel drive/4 motion on-demand four-wheel drive. The production of the Volkswagen CC was from 2008-2017. The CC is a variant of the Volkswagen Passat. Instead of the coupe-life profile with a sweeping roofline, it has reduced headroom and cargo space. Compared to the other midsize sedans on the market, the 2013 Volkswagen CC was considered as the more attractive and higher quality choice. Though it was a nice car, it was one of the Volkswagens' lowest selling models. As a result, it was replaced by the Arteon.
The Volkswagen CC does not have all of its year models rated for safety. However, both the 2009 and 2010 models have similarly great ratings. They both have 4 out of 5 in front crash ratings for driver and passenger as well as side crash passenger and rollover. Side crash driver has a 5-star rating.
Just like with any vehicle, it is important that all components of your vehicles Supplemental Restraint System are in good working condition to keep it reliable on the road in the event of an accident. This is to ensure the vehicle can protect you the best way it can in the event of an accident. What is a good safety feature if it does not work? If you are in need of Volkswagen CC seat belt repair, cluster repair, or anything else for the Volkswagen SRS, Safety Restore will be able to help. They are a BBB accredited company, trusted by thousands to help them get back on the road quickly and affordably. All of their services have a 24 hour turnaround time and offer a satisfaction guarantee. Visit SafetyRestore.com for more information.