Fun to drive. Easy to cover.
A New Vehicle Limited Warranty** covering 6 years or 72,000 miles, whichever occurs first, isn’t generous; it’s proof of our confidence.
A warranty built for two.
If you sell your Atlas, the remainder of the New Vehicle Limited Warranty** transfers to the new owner at no cost to you.
Compare our warranty to the runners-up.
Our bumper-to-bumper transferable New Vehicle Limited Warranty** is longer, in years and mileage, than our competitors.*
*Claim based on manufactures’ published data on length and transferability of car and SUV Bumper-to-bumper/Basic warranty only. Not based on other separate warranties.
**6 years/72,000 miles (whichever occurs first) New Vehicle Limited Warranty on MY2018 and newer VW vehicles, excluding e-Golf. See owner’s literature or dealer for warranty exclusions and limitations.
Three rows isn’t a crowd.
Atlas accommodates three rows of seats with ease. Each row is large enough for kids, adults, or a combination of both to sit comfortably.
With the 2nd and 3rd rows folded down, the Atlas has 96.8 cubic feet of cargo space. You may need more stuff just to take advantage of it.
Come in for a grille-to-grille comparison.
The Volkswagen Atlas debuted for the 2018 model year as a spacious mid-sized SUV with seating for up to seven, boasting the most third-row legroom in its class. This model year brings notable improvements, with the 2019 VW Atlas now coming standard with a blind spot monitor, rear traffic alert, and front assist. With all-wheel drive available and 8 inches of ground clearance, it’s a fantastic choice for snowy New England winters.
Either of the two engine choices – a 235 hp four-cylinder TSI (turbocharged) and a 276 hp VR6 – comes paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission; both front-wheel and all-wheel drive are available. This well-equipped SUV can be ordered in seven trim levels: the S, SE, SE with Technology, SE with Technology R-Line, SEL, and SEL R-Line, and SEL Premium. Standard equipment on the base trim ranges from a blind-spot monitor and rear-traffic alert to rain-sensing wipers and heated exterior mirrors. The top of the list, the SEL Premium, gets the innovative Volkswagen Digital Cockpit and heated leather seats for the first and second rows. On all 2019 Atlas trims, the People First Warranty provides bumper-to-bumper New Vehicle Limited coverage for six years or 72,000 miles and can be transferred fully to a second owner.
Passenger Comfort/Cargo Space
Like all VWs, the Atlas was designed with a driver-friendly cockpit that places the controls in the best ergonomic position, without clutter or unnecessary complexity. The seats are comfortable and made with upscale materials. The standard second row accommodates three children’s car seats and tilts and slides forward without the need to remove those child seats. A pair of captain’s chairs for the second row can be swapped out as an upgrade in certain options packages. There is plenty of space for passengers and their stuff (96.8 cubic feet of cargo space with the second and third rows folded down), plus lots of clever storage solutions and 17 – count ‘em, 17 – cup holders. The base S trim has two climate control zones, but all other trims get three zones. The SEL Premium comes with a 12-speaker Fender premium audio system engineered specifically for the Atlas, and a panoramic three-panel moonroof is available to let in the light.
Today’s buyers demand their connectivity and other state-of-the-art features, especially when young people are being taxied around. The MIB II infotainment system with advanced capacitive-touch sensors (for swiping and pinching) comes on all trims and enables management of audio (including satellite radio), smartphone use, apps, navigation, and more. Volkswagen Car-Net with App-Connect seamlessly unites your smartphone with the touchscreen system for easy use and is compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and MirrorLink; there are four USB ports in the system. Bluetooth with audio streaming is standard, as is a multi-function trip computer.
A comprehensive package of both active and passive safety features helps to make the ’19 Atlas a solid and safe SUV. There are six airbags, side-impact beams, crumple zones, and a rearview camera (with dynamic guidelines on all but the base trim). Also standard are forward collision warning, rear traffic alert, stability and traction control, automatic post-collision braking, and the Intelligent Crash Response System, which shuts off the fuel pump, activates the hazard lights, and unlocks the doors in predetermined types of collisions. Adaptive cruise and lane-keep assist are standard on SE trims and above.
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