2019 Volkswagen Atlas After having a hard time in the SUV section with the two-row and rather pricey Touareg, Volkswagen lastly exposed the competitive three-row Atlas. With this model still being brand name brand-new, we do not anticipate any big modifications when the 2019 Atlas coming in.
Volkswagen will invest around $340 million to bring the car to market, in addition to around $900 million already invested to expand the plant for Atlas production. The five-passenger Atlas variation will mark the third Volkswagen design put together at the Chattanooga factory, which also makes the Passat sedan.
As a carryover, we anticipate no visual changes inside or out. The refreshingly brand-new body offers 2019 Volkswagen Atlas a durability it’s missed in the SUV market for ages. The interior continues the refreshingly basic look and feel as the exterior, yet still generates some of the premium features VW buyers expect, including the offered Digital Cockpit, full leather upholstery, and more.
2019 Volkswagen Atlas With whatever else remaining the exact same, we expect the standard features to carry over too. If this proves real, look for the 2019 Atlas to come standard with fabric seats, LED headlights, dual-zone environment control, cruise control, a 6.5-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and more.
2019 Volkswagen Atlas We likewise expect no changes under the 2019 Atlas’ hood, so try to find it to come standard with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 235 horse power and 258 pound-feet of torque. Bear in mind that this base engine is available beyond the base S trim, but just by unique factory order. The optional engine will remain a 3.6-liter V6 with 276 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. The basic transmission in the 2019 Atlas will remain the eight-speed automated. Front-wheel drive is standard, however all-wheel drive is also offered.
In its launching year, the Atlas got the IIHS’ Top Safety Pick score– its second-highest honor. It received “Good” ratings in all 5 crash tests and a “Superior” ranking in the front-crash avoidance. What kept it from getting the top rating was its “Marginal” score in the new headlight test. Without any modifications in the works, look for these rankings to remain the very same in 2019.
While there’s no official release date, we expect to see the 2019 Atlas in showrooms in 2018. With no modifications in shop, we anticipate pricing to remain roughly the same in the brand-new year. This would put the 2019 Atlas at $31,425 to $49,415 (location charges consisted of) depending upon equipment. Secret rivals consist of the Dodge Durango, Honda Pilot, and Toyota Highlander.