2019 Volkswagen Atlas

The Atlas was newly introduced in 2018 as Volkswagen's entry into this larger class and was met with raving VW fans and awards like the Midsize SUV of the Year by and the “Best Family Car” by

If you’re in the market for a 3-row SUV, look no further than the 2019 Volkswagen Atlas. With plenty of space, safety, and tech, it’s the SUV that can fit your family’s both urban and adventure needs.

Even if you don’t need the third row on a regular basis, it comes in handy for playdates, carpooling and family visiting from out of town.

What We Love about the Atlas

Often times the third row is difficult to access, but not in the Atlas, you won’t even need to remove a child car seat in the second row to hop in the third row. The seat folds and moves forward to allow for easy in and out of the third-row bench

If a large touchscreen is on your must-have list, move up to the Execline trim with the 8” screen. The base models include a 6.5” screen and the Convenience Package.

Standard and automatic LED head and tail lights are a standalone feature in this class and price point.

Safety is top-of-the-line

The Atlas is available with adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning and autonomous emergency braking (front assist), blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, and parking steering assistant. In addition, Atlas can also be equipped with VW’s Automatic Post-Collision Braking System.

Options and Price Points 

Starting at only $36,740 for the Trendline model including the 2.0L motor (or move up to the 4MOTION 3.6 L V6 engine AWD for $40,540) and comes with excellent base features such as standard LED headlamps, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, 6.5” touchscreen, and cloth seating.

The Convenience package bumps you up to an 8” touchscreen, heated front seats and 4 USB ports and a few extras for $900

 The Comfortline is $41,340 for the 4-cylinder and $45,140 for the V6 AWD and features adaptive cruise control, 8” touchscreen, 3-zone climate control, blind-spot detection with rear traffic alert, power tailgate and keyless access with push-start button as standard features.

The Highline is $53,590 and comes only with the V6 engine AWD option and features a panoramic sunroof, heated front and rear seats, power-adjustable, heated, exterior mirrors with memory and reverse tilt-down function, 8” touchscreen with 8 speaker stereo and leather seating.

The top of the line Execline starts at $53,590 includes Fender® Premium Audio System - 12 speakers and subwoofer, park assist, towing 5000lbs, and all of the safety features mentioned above.

Add second-row captains chairs for $695.

The Family Super Hauler

A whopping 96.8 cubic feet of cargo space with the seats folded flat, USB connectivity in both front and second row, seventeen cup holders and three-row seating for seven make the Volkswagen Atlas the ultimate family super hauler you’ve been looking for.