Volkswagen has been rolling out a few new model names lately, and that’s probably not going to stop anytime soon. One of the more recent models Volkswagen has released is the Atlas, an SUV of the crossover variety. It’s midsize technically but made to seat seven total passengers across three rows. The 2021 model year of the Atlas should be arriving soon, in time to tangle with the likes of the Subaru Forester and Toyota Sequoia. Read on to learn about the features and pricing details for the 2021 Volkswagen Atlas.
2021 Volkswagen Atlas Features
The Atlas will be found with two different powertrains. A four-cylinder engine with 235 horsepower will get things started, but the second engine option will be a V6 engine capable of generating a maximum horsepower of 276. 4MOTION® all-wheel drive is available on each engine. An 8-speed automatic transmission rounds out the mechanical details regardless of the engine. These powertrain arrangements are new to this model year.
The Atlas brings some luxurious available options to the midsize SUV including a panoramic sunroof, and second-row captain’s chairs to maximize comfort and style from front to back. If you plan to use the 2021 Volkswagen Atlas to tow, there is also a V6 towing package so you can get a factory-installed trailer hitch and more to make the Atlas the towing machine you need.
2021 Volkswagen Atlas Price
The Starting MSRP of the Volkswagen Atlas should be $31,545 by the time it arrives on dealership lots. Since there are eight trim levels for this model, the price will vary by thousands of dollars between the lowest and highest trims. You can see the starting MSRP for each trim level below:
SE with Technology: $36,895
SE with Technology R-Line: $41,595
SEL R-Line: $45,985
SEL Premium: $47,195
SEL Premium R-Line: $50,695
As an additional note, the destination fee for all models is $1,020.