2018 Volkswagen Atlas vs 2017 Honda Pilot
Volkswagen's all-new Atlas is the brand's first three-row crossover SUV and can compete with other favorable three-row SUVs on the market which includes the Honda Pilot. The 2018 VW Atlas has been one of the most highly anticipated models for the new year and provides a great option for the modern American family. Check out the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas vs 2017 Honda Pilot to see how the all-new Atlas compares to those that have been around for a while.
The 2018 Atlas offers five trim levels S, SE, SE with Technology, SEL and SEL Premium. The Atlas gives buyers the choice between two engines a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder or a 3.6-liter V6. All models are equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission as well. The available 4Motion® with Active Control allows drivers to switch between four different all-wheel drive models to fit the current driving situation.
|2018 Volkswagen Atlas||VS||2017 Honda Pilot|
|3.6-Liter V6 with 276 HP||Engine||3.5-Liter V6 Engine with 280 HP|
|8-Speed Automatic||Transmission||6-Speed Automatic|
|20.6 Cubic Feet||Cargo Volume||16.5 Cubic Feet|
|2,000 to 5,000 lbs.||Towing Capacity||3,500 to 5,000 lbs.|
2018 VW Atlas near Waukesha WI
The Atlas was designed for the modern American family and therefore it features three rows of seats that are large enough for kids and adults. The Atlas exceeds the Pilot's cargo abilities at every configuration. At its maximum, the Atlas offers 96.8 cubic feet of cargo space and with all rows up and occupied the Atlas has 20.6 cubic feet of cargo space which is about 4 cubic feet more than the 2017 Honda Pilot.
Inside, drivers will find all the accommodating features a family would need for everyday trips. This spacious three-row crossover features new features for Volkswagen as well as some of the favorites among the other available VW models. The 2018 VW Atlas is available now at Hall Volkswagen in Brookfield near Waukesha and Milwaukee. Call us today if you are interested in scheduling a test drive for the all-new Atlas.