2018 Volkswagen Atlas Trim Level Differences
While the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas is certainly an impressive, feature-filled vehicle on its own, Volkswagen did not stop there. With five different trim levels, being the S, Launch Edition, SE, SEL and SEL Premium, to choose from, VW is making sure that you are getting the exact features that you want from the all new Atlas, and none that you don’t, at the ideal price point. Each trim level has distinct features, but which one is right for you? Here are the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas trim level differences.
What Comes with the S Trim?
At an MSRP of $30,500, the S is the base trim of the 2018 Atlas; but let’s not sell it short. This trim level still comes with numerous great features, like LED headlights, dual-zone climate control and VW Car-Net App-Connect.
What Comes with the Launch Edition Trim?
At an MSRP of $33,500, the Launch Edition is the next trim level above the S. This trim level still comes with everything the S comes with, in addition to features like a sliding panoramic sunroof, Sirius XM satellite radio and a V6 engine.
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What Comes with the SE Trim?
At an MSRP of $34,990, the SE is the third highest trim level for the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas. On top of everything that comes with the S and Launch Edition, this trim level comes with exciting features such as four USB ports, a Composition Media touchscreen sound system, blind spot monitor and rear traffic alert.
What Comes with the SEL Trim?
At an MSRP of $40,890, the SEL is the second highest trim level for the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas. On top of everything that comes with the S, SEL and Launch Edition trims, this trim level comes with features like 10-way adjustable front seats, Adaptive Cruise Control and available second row captain’s chairs.
What Comes with the SEL Premium Trim?
At an MSRP of $48,490, the SEL Premium is the highest available trim level for the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas. On top of everything that comes with the for other trim levels, it comes with 4Motion All-Wheel Drive standard, Discover Media touchscreen navigation and the VW Digital Cockpit.