What is the base MSRP of the 2018 VW Atlas?
By now you have likely heard that Volkswagen is introducing a new SUV to the United States, the Atlas. The full-size SUV offers comfortable seating for as many as seven people and is equipped with a base 2.0-liter TSI engine capable of delivering 235 horsepower, which can be upgraded to a 3.6-liter V6 engine that packs 276 horsepower. This new SUV promises to be a bold new option for families and adventurers alike, and the German automaker has now announced the cost of this exciting addition to the storied Volkswagen lineup. What is the base MSRP of the 2018 VW Atlas? Read on for more details!
2018 Volkswagen Atlas base pricing by trim
We have broken down the pricing by trim level, engine type, and drivetrain below.
|Atlas S (Late availability)||$30,500 (2.0-liter TSI Engine)
$31,900 (3.6-liter V6 Engine FWD)
$33,700 (3.6-liter V6 Engine AWD)
|Atlas S Launch (Limited availability)||$33,500 (3.6-liter VR6 Engine FWD)
$35,300 (3.6-liter VR6 Engine AWD)
|Atlas SE||$33,590 (2.0-liter TSI Engine FWD)
$34,990 (3.6-liter V6 Engine FWD)
$36,790 (3.6-liter V6 Engine AWD)
|Atlas SE with Technology||$35,690 (2.0-liter TSI Engine FWD)
$37,090 (3.6-liter V6 Engine FWD)
$38,890 (3.6-liter V6 Engine AWD)
|Atlas SEL||$39,160 (2.0-liter TSI Engine FWD)
$40,890 (3.6-liter V6 Engine FWD)
$42,690 (3.6-liter V6 Engine AWD)
|Atlas SEL Premium||$48,490 (3.6-liter VR6 Engine AWD)|
The Atlas also has three different package options in addition to the different trim levels noted above. The Captain’s Chairs package replaces the second-row bench seat in favor of two chairs. This is available in the SE, SE with Technology, SEL, and SEL Premium models for $625. The R-Line package gives the Atlas a performance-inspired appearance that make it look sportier. This option is available on the SE and SEL trims for $1,960. Finally, the Black Wheels option adds black 20-inch aluminum-alloy wheels to the SEL model for $995 and the SEL Premium model for $235.