How much will the 2021 Volkswagen Atlas cost?
When the first Volkswagen Atlas crossover SUVs arrived at Team Gunther VW for the 2018 model year, everyone working at the dealership knew it was going to be a hit with customers. As the newest third production year version gets ready to be delivered around the country, people have been asking our product experts, ‘How much will the 2021 Volkswagen Atlas cost?’ Our manufacturing partner has finally released that information and the 2021 Atlas will offer a lot of capability, efficiency and advanced technology for the money. Let’s take a look at what the latest version of the VW Atlas will have to offer once it’s finally available for sale or lease at our facility.
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VW Atlas S
The entry-level model of the 2021 VW Atlas will be powered by the turbocharged 2.0-liter engine. Buyers choosing a version with front-wheel-drive (FWD) will see a starting price of a little more than $31,000, with those featuring 4Motion® all-wheel-drive starting at about $33,000. LED headlights, daytime running lights and cloth seating upholstery will be standard equipment.
VW Atlas SE
Customers can choose the SE version of the 2021 Atlas with FWD for less than $35,000. Atlas SE vehicles with 4Motion® still start below $37,000. In addition to just about everything offered by the S trim, SE models will add keyless access, leatherette upholstery and a 10-way adjustable driver’s seat. Triple-zone climate control, an 8-inch touchscreen interface and several USB charging ports will also be standard.
VW Atlas SE with Technology
This is where Volkswagen really starts to show what the 2021 Atlas has to offer. Versions of this trim grade with the four-cylinder engine and FWD will start below $37,000; all-wheel-drive is also available for an additional charge of $1,900. Choosing the V-6 engine with 4Motion® will push the suggested starting price to slightly more than $38,000. Owners will also find remote ignition, second-row power outlet and an enhanced menu of driver assistance features with this version of the 2021 Atlas.
VW Atlas SE with Technology R-Line
The 2021 Atlas starts to take aim at the traditional powers in the luxury vehicle segment at this trim level. Buyers can add R-Line content to V-6-powered versions of the VW Atlas SE with Technology. A price tag of less than $40,000 will be attached to versions with FWD. Choosing the optional 4Motion®-equipped versions will see a sticker price of just over $41,000. R-Line content includes exclusive badging, 20-inch five-spoke wheels and stainless-steel pedal caps.
2021 VW Atlas SEL
Potential owners will have the most powertrain and drivetrain options with this trim. A 2021 Atlas SEL outfitted with the four-cylinder engine and 4Motion® or the V-6 and FWD will have a starting price of around $42,000. Adding 4Motion® to a 2021 Atlas SEL with the V-6 will have a starting price of about $44,000. Some of the features that set the SEL apart from the Atlas models discussed to this point include the Adaptive Front-Lighting System, driver’s seat memory function, VW Digital Cockpit Display and panoramic sunroof.
2021 VW Atlas SEL R-Line
Like previous models, the 2021 Atlas SEL R-Line is a more refined version of the primary SEL trim. This model will only be available with the V-6 engine but will offer front- and all-wheel-drive options. Team Gunther VW customers can expect to see the FWD-equipped version start below $44,000 or a little under $46,000 for models with 4Motion®. Exclusive R-Line badging and specially accented bumpers are also added to the SEL R-Line.
2021 VW Atlas SEL Premium
Volkswagen makes both of its engine options available on the 2021 Atlas SEL Premium model but it will only offer 4Motion® all-wheel-drive. The pricing for this version of the Atlas will start at less than $48,000 with the four-cylinder engine and just below $49,000 for the V-6. Leather upholstery shows up with the SEL Premium model as well as heated and ventilated front seats. Passengers in the rear will have heated seats.
2021 VW Atlas R-Line
The top of the line Atlas version builds on the SEL Premium version and will cost buyers about $51,000. It will only be equipped with the V-6 engine and 4Motion® all-wheel-drive system. All previously mentioned and available R-Line content will also be equipped on this trim grade for the 2021 Atlas.
It is important to note that all models of the 2021 Volkswagen Atlas will have a destination charge of $1,020. Take a test drive with this vehicle or anything available at Team Gunther VW when you make an appointment with one of our product experts today.