When choosing a midsize SUV, you want to find one that is right for your lifestyle. The 2019 Atlas and 2019 Toyota Highlander will both fit your family, but diverge when it comes to interior space, performance and assistance features. Make sure you’re fully knowledgeable of the characteristics that are offered by each model with help from the Trend Motors Volkswagen blog.
Picking out your next family vehicle is a big deal. You want to make sure it’s exactly right for you and your crew. That’s why Trend Motors Volkswagen likes to show you a side-by-side comparison of the different options out there to help make your decision easier. Let’s look at the 2019 VW Atlas vs. the 2019 Subaru Ascent – two SUVs with a lot to offer.
Have you seen the new updates to the Atlas? For 2019, VW’s beloved family SUV received a couple of major changes. If you’re thinking about test driving or even purchasing the new 2019 Atlas, you’re probably curious about any improvements that were made to the vehicle in the past year. Learn more here or stop by Trend Motors Volkswagen to talk to a sales associate.
New for the 2018 model year, the Volkswagen Atlas SUV has already made waves in the crossover segment thanks to its bold styling, roomy interior and standard technology features. Below, we’ll compare VW Atlas with its rivals, so you can learn just what sets this stylish ride apart from the competition.
In the crossover segment, most of the competition – like the Mazda CX-9, Toyota Highlander and Honda CR-V – have adopted narrow headlights and rounded edges in an effort to optimize aerodynamics. This has lead to reduced interior space and a bland exterior look. However, there’s one three-row crossover that’s not settling for anything less than bold, and that’s the 2018 VW Atlas.
The front end is squared off with sharp corners, standard LED headlights and a bold grille, giving Atlas a powerful and muscular appearance. Creased lines on the sides highlight the wheel arches, while the roof rails add a touch of athleticism. In the rear, Atlas is designed with a chrome strip above the trunk and a rectangular shape for a look that’s distinctly Volkswagen.
When designing a crossover, cutting corners is a big no-no, but as you already know, most CUVs are built with rounded-out edges. Thanks to the 2018 Atlas’s meaner, boxier design, it doesn’t skimp on interior space, giving you more room for passengers and cargo. In fact, the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas took home MotorWeek Drivers’ Choice Best Large Utility award. Its maximum cargo volume with both the second and third rows folded down is 96.8 cu. ft., making it one of the roomiest SUVs in the large crossover sphere.
These days, technology is what sells cars. Unfortunately for other SUVs in the crossover class, Volkswagen Atlas comes with a full range of tech-savvy features that are sure to impress. Standard on the 2018 VW Atlas, the Composition Color touchscreen sound system helps you stay connected on the go, while Volkswagen Car-Net App-Connect lets you use select apps by linking a compatible smartphone with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto or MirrorLink capabilities.
Drive Home the 2018 VW Atlas
Test out the Volkswagen Atlas for yourself by visiting Trend Motors Volkswagen at 221 US Highway 46 in Rockaway, NJ.