If you have seen the 2019 VW Atlas inside and out, you must have realized by now that Volkswagen has prioritized in this crossover SUV space above its potential pace, that makes it a popular choiceespecially for large families. But apart from that, there are other reasons to feel proud of owning a 2019 VW Atlas. Here are those most obvious reasons.
Being a plus-size model in the ocean ofcrossover SUVs, the 2019 VW Atlas had its own advantage to steal the glances as its nose and rear end bulge out from the rest of the lot, struggling to fit in a tight parking lot anywhere like those Bakersfield car dealerships.
Volkswagen is proud to make the 2019 Atlas this big a crossover SUV and that pride oozes out from its curves, that adorn every bit of itsbody length. Flanked by a wide grille at the front seating a couple of boxy headlights the VW Atlas sweeps back a bit towards its fenders.
The pronouncedly appointed wheel arches add on to the muscle strength, while thecurves at the window line move upward to reach the rearmost pillar of the roof. Coming back to the tail end, the 2019 Atlas suddenly takes a conventional approach by adding only a streak of chrome running between the taillights.
Though at the beginning of this article we might have discouraged you saying that the 2019 Volkswagen Atlas focuses more on space than its pace, that didn’t imply, that it lacks even in a bit of gut while moving on road when compared to its rivals. Rather we wanted to keep this good news for later that the 2019 VW Atlas handles a curvy road better than most of its rival crossover SUVs.
Powered by a 3.6-liter V-6 rated at 276 horsepower under their hoods. A 2.0-liter turbo-4 that puts out 235 hp is standard, but it’s only available with front-wheel drive. Regardless of engine, the Atlas puts its power to the wheels via an 8-speed automatic transmission.
The 2019 VW Atlas has proved its capacity of delivering a balanced handling to ensure a consistently comfortable ride, and this we can say from our first test drive experience we had with the 2019 Atlas with a Volkswagen car dealer near Bakersfield.
Our drive was with the V-6 engine that gave us a strong feeling, while managing the 4,500-pound of curb weight that too with its all-wheel drive configuration. Theengine power is muffled by an 8-speed automatic transmission when required. The transmission was a clever choice by Volkswagen that responded to our inputs immediately. We got to drive the turbo-4 engine version of the 2019 Atlas only for a while but that was enough for us to find it acceptable especially around the town,but it was equally a power booster when we drove it at highway speeds.
Overall, the 2019 Volkswagen Atlas was successful in convincing the prospective buyers to drive it home. What else do we want from a crossover SUV that serves all the purposes under the same roof?