5 things you need to know about the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas
We spent some time in the Atlas, Volkswagens first entry into the three row SUV market and here are five things that you need to know.
You get your choice of engines, a base two liter turbo or a 3.6 liter V6.
For this kind of larger vehicle, the V6 is your best bet.
Cargo capacity is in the middle, for the segment, but, it still beats heavy hitters like the Ford Explorer, and the Toyota Highlander.
The SE with technology trim has all of the fancy driver's aides including adaptive cruise control that brings the Atlas to a complete stop.
The Atlas is available with all-wheel drive and is pretty spry on those twisty roads although the eight-speed automatic transmission is a little hesitant to Shift.
The Atlas starts at $35,500 for the base model with a two liter engine, or you can shell out $48,490 for the SEL premium with the V6 and all wheel drive.
That's five things you need to know about Volkswagen's largest vehicle, the 2018 Atlas.
You can check out the full review over at THEROADSHOW.
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