Volkswagen has announced pricing for the updated 2021 Atlas mid-size three-row crossover SUV.
The starting price remains at $31,545 – the same as for the 2020 model. Five trim levels are available: S, SE, SE with Technology, SEL, and SEL Premium, plus an additional R-Line package for the SE, SEL, SEL Premium trims.
The SUV comes standard with LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, heated mirrors, a 6.5-inch infotainment screen.
The powertrain options for the refreshed VW Atlas include a turbocharged four-cylinder 235-hp (175 kW) engine or a V6 with 276 hp (206 kW). The both come with an eight-speed automatic gearbox.
The U.S. price list is as follows:
|Trim level||Drive||Price, US dollar|
|SE with Technology||FWD, 4-cylinder||36,895|
|SE with Technology||FWD, V6||38,295|
|SE with Technology||AWD, 4-cylinder||38 795|
|SE with Technology||AWD, V6||40,195|
|SEL Premium||AWD, 4 cylinder||47,195|
|SEL Premium||AWD, V6||48,995|
The destination fee is $1,020.
The Atlas was officially unveiled in 2016. The key markets for the model are the Unites States and China. The carmaker produces the Altas at its Chattanooga plant (Tennessee, USA). It is the largest VW’s vehicle on the MQB platform.
In Russia, China, Middle East, Mexico, some other countries the model is marketed as the Volkswagen Teramont. The two-row Atlas Cross Sport debuted in North America early this year.
Deliveries of the new 2021 Volkswagen Atlas to customers will start in the second quarter of 2020.