While it may not offer CPC info it does give you an idea how many ads are showing for a particular query. The amount of ads will give you an idea of how much competition there is which in turn hints at how high or low the CPC may be.
Here's what you do. Visit the above URL and enter your keyword phrase. Adjust for language and country. Enter your keyword phrase. Click the Get Keyword Ideas button then adjust for whether you want broad match, exact match, etc.
Here's where the information you're looking for may exist. Highlight the entire row where your keyword phrase shows, the entire row. Copy it then paste it into a text file. What appears to be the top bids paid for positions 1-3 seems to show.
I ran it for bids that I am active in and it seemed to show around the top amounts actually paid, but not the top amounts bid. But the top amounts paid is what is important anyway.
Maybe an AdWords expert has a link to a Google tool that will show that information without the copy paste. Like I said, I'm not an AdWords guru. ;)
@martinibuster: Thanks for the info. I used to use this adwords tool very frequently but never knew this information about CPC. So I again went and used that tool and I found out that copy and paste is not required. Just use "Choose columns to display:" option and you can actually select columns which includes Estimated Avg. CPC column. So i think this should serve the purpose.