The Volkswagen Atlas is a three-row SUV that debuted in 2018 as the largest VW ever sold in the United States. It's longer than its three-row rivals, the Honda Pilot and the Toyota Highlander and contains a whopping eighteen cup holders. Whereas other seven-passenger vehicles have an uncomfortable third row that's best for kids, the Atlas truly accommodates seven adults. Its generous interior space combines with plentiful standard safety features and upscale touches throughout to make long road trips a pleasure for all.


There are seven trim levels to choose from: S, SE, SE with Technology, SE with Technology R-Line, SEL, SEL R-Line, and SEL Premium. The R-Line trims are essentially the same as the trims without R-Line in their names, except that they add aesthetic elements: larger wheels, unique bumpers, side skirts, and unique interior trim. The S trim gets a turbocharged four-cylinder engine delivering 235 horsepower and 285 pounds-feet of torque. The remaining trims come with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 276 hp and 266 lb.-ft. of torque.



Comfort & Convenience

This year, Volkswagen has expanded its list of available standard features. Buyers of the base trim will find simple amenities such as cloth seating, dual-zone manual climate control, LED automatic headlights, and a rearview camera. Moving on to the SEL, the standard features are upgraded to include a sunroof, a power-adjustable passenger seat, a heated steering wheel, and a hands-free liftgate. With the highest trim, the SEL Premium, all-wheel drive comes standard, along with power-folding mirrors with puddle lamps, leather seating, and heated and ventilated front and second-row seats.

Safety and Technology

The '19 Atlas has quite the selection of advanced safety features, which includes forward collision mitigation, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert available for all trim levels. The base S comes with only these safety features, but the SE with Technology trim builds off the regular SE and adds adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, and an active blind-spot monitor. With the SEL Premium, standard safety technology includes a 360-degree surround-view parking camera and a parking assist system for exceptional all-around visibility.

The available technology for the '19 Atlas is quite impressive. For starters, the S trim comes standard with a 6.5-inch touchscreen interface with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth connectivity, while the SE gets upgraded to an 8-inch touchscreen interface. The SEL brings to the table a deluxe touchscreen display complete with navigation, as well as the Volkswagen Digital Cockpit, which replaces the standard gauge cluster with a reconfigurable video screen that shows the car's basic speed, fuel, and temperature readings. Finally, with the range-topping SEL Premium, a state-of-the-art twelve-speaker Fender sound system is included in addition to blending together all of the standard tech available from the previous trim levels.

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