2018 Volkswagen Atlas vs 2017 Honda Pilot
Before recently, Volkswagen wasn't able to offer customers a three-row crossover but with the addition of the all-new 2018 VW Atlas customers now have that option. The Atlas was built for the modern American family meaning that the Atlas reserves one of the top spots for family-hauling crossovers. Take a look at this 2018 Volkswagen Atlas vs 2017 Honda Pilot comparison to learn more.
The 2018 VW Atlas actually has two engine options. The base engine is the 2.0-liter Inline 4 engine with 238 horsepower but it is available an available 3.6 V6 engine with 276 horsepower. The Atlas can also handle towing up to 5,000 pounds which is a great number for a family looking for an SUV with towing capacity that doesn't greatly affect fuel economy.
|2018 Volkswagen Atlas||VS||2017 Honda Pilot|
|2.0-Liter Inline 4 with 238 hp||Engine||3.5-Liter V6 with 280 hp|
|96.8 Cubic Feet||Cargo Volume||83.9 Cubic Feet|
2018 VW Atlas Cargo Volume
The Atlas was designed and built for the average American family and therefore customers can expect to find high numbers when it comes to capability and space. The Atlas offers far superior cargo volume when compared to the 2017 Honda Pilot. Fold down the two rear rows of seating and the Atlas can handle up to 96.8 cubic feet of cargo volume whereas the Pilot only offers 83.9 cubic feet of cargo volume.
Inside, the Atlas offers comfort and superior space leaving no passengers feeling cramped. Along with its technology and safety features, families will enjoy all that the Atlas has to offer. Interested in the all-new Atlas? Contact us at Team Gunther VW for additional information or to schedule a test drive for the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas.