Atlas Comparison

 
 
 2021 Volkswagen
Atlas
SE (2.0T)
 2021 Subaru
Ascent
Premium
 2021 Honda
Pilot
EX
 2021 Mazda
CX-9
Sport

MSRP1

 $34,905 $34,795 $35,230$33,960 

Automatic Post-Collision Braking System2

        

LED headlights and all-weather lights with low speed corner-illuminating feature

        

Auto-dimming rearview mirror

       

Rain-sensing windshield wipers

       

Power liftgate

       

USB Ports

5 4 2 2

Wireless cellphone charging

       

Roof rails

        

Leatherette seats

       

3rd-row legroom

 33.7 in. 31.7 in. 31.9 in. 29.7 in
 
 

How does the Volkswagen Atlas Compare to Competition?

When you're in the market for a mid-sized three-row SUV, popular models like the Subaru Ascent, Honda Pilot, and Mazda CX-9 dominant the segment. However, we encourage our local New Jersey families to consider the Volkswagen Atlas as their next purchase. This model offers numerous features that aren't even options on other vehicles that fall within the seven-seat segment. Learn more about what you could discover in our new inventor today with a beautiful, luxurious, and highly functional Volkswagen Atlas.

A robust suite of standard safety features is one of the things that sets the Atlas apart from its competitor. Enjoy perks like standard automatic post-collision braking, which isn't even an option on the Subaru, Honda, or Mazda. Also, gain the perks of the LED headlamps assisted by all-weather lights with a cornering feature. New Jersey winters just became a lot less intimidating, as did rainy days, thanks to standard rain sensing wipers on the SE trim level.

User-friendly technology integration is also a top concern for the Volkswagen lineup. This is evident with features like wireless cellphone charging, a power liftgate, and up to five USB ports located throughout the cabin, which far surpasses the two you'll find in the Honda Pilot and Mazda CX-9. In terms of space, investing in a three-row that's still an SUV within the mid-sized segment, cargo and passenger volume is an important factor to consider. With other options, most comfort features are reserved for the first and second rows, while the Volkswagen evenly distributes the comfort throughout the entire cabin. You'll love the generous 33.7-inches found in the third-row leg area, which comes in first when compared to the others in its segment. All local drivers should begin their shopping experience at Gensinger Motors today.


Based on manufacturer's data available at time of publication for models noted above.


1 MSRPs shown exclude destination, taxes, title, options and dealer charges. Available features increase MSRP and may require different engine. Dealer sets actual prices.

2 Driver Assistance features are not substitutes for attentive driving. See Owner's Manual for further details and important limitations.

3 Available on most MY20 and newer vehicles. Always pay careful attention to the road and do not drive while distracted. Certain services require trial or paid subscriptions, which may have their own terms and conditions. VW Car-Net requires cellular connectivity, availability of vehicle GPS signal, and acceptance of Terms of Service. Not all services and features are available on all vehicles. Certain Car-Net services, such as Roadside Call Assist, connect out to 3rd party providers that may require additional payment. Standard text and data rates may apply for app and web features. Certain services may collect location and vehicle information. See Terms of Service, Privacy Statement, and other important information at www.vw.com/carnet.
 
 4 4 years/50,000 miles (whichever occurs first) New Vehicle Limited Warranty on MY2020 VW vehicles, excluding e-Golf. See owner's literature or dealer for warranty exclusions and limitations.
5 Carefree Maintenance Program provides the 10,000- and 20,000-mile scheduled maintenance services or scheduled maintenance services for two years (whichever occurs first). See dealer or owner's literature for provided services, exclusions, and time and other limitations.