Volkswagen Atlas 3.6L V6 SE w/Technology 4MOTION year 2021

10000 km

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Technical data



Number of kilometres

10000 km







Number of doors



200 kW

Fuel type


Engine capacity

3600 cm3








Equipment and description


  • 360° camera
  • Mechanical security
  • MSR
  • Swivel headlights
  • Parking camera
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Important information

For each vehicle, we provide the VIN number of the body and CARFAX (a document on which the service inspections, the number of owners and also any damage since the purchase of the vehicle are recorded). If you decide to purchase the vehicle on your own responsibility, we recommend that you ask the dealer for the VIN number and the CARFAX number of the vehicle. Please be advised that 20-30% of vehicles sold in the US are post-flood. If you have the VIN number, just put it into Google search and it will show you the damage to the vehicle. If Google doesn't find any results about the vehicle, it means that the data was intentionally deleted by the dealer due to major damage or flooding. Such removal of the vehicle's history costs 300 - 500 USD. There are exceptions, however, if the vehicle was imported as an unmolested vehicle in 100% condition, but then the price will be high. For a detailed explanation, please contact us on +421 911 22 11 22.

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VW Atlas: ‘Big Touareg’ will be US-only. You won’t find diesel in it

Volkswagen is not giving up in the US. At the Los Angeles Auto Show, it will unveil a new addition – the largest model ever offered across the Atlantic. In the hierarchy, however, it will stand between the Tiguan and the Touareg.

The new VW Atlas is based on the CrossBlue study,...

The new VW Atlas is based on the CrossBlue study unveiled in Detroit in 2015. The design features simple horizontal lines.

Volkswagen is not on a bed of roses in the USA. The Dieselgate case has hit it hardest just across the Atlantic. The financial implications are astronomical. But even before that, his sales didn’t turn out the way he imagined. Somehow he couldn’t tune in to the tastes of Americans. He always missed what they liked. Large SUV, large MPV and pickup. The Touareg was small and expensive by local standards and the “rescue” MPV Routan, derived from the Chrysler Voyager, was a flop. Americans preferred the original. And the Amarok pickup? Ironically, Volkswagen didn’t import one across the Atlantic. A new product called Atlas, developed specifically for the US, is set to change all that.

The Atlas exceeds the size of the current Touareg, it...

The Atlas exceeds the size of the current Touareg in size, this is so that it can offer a variable interior with three rows of seats, similar to a classic MPV.

And since MPVs are no longer in vogue, it takes the form of a large crossover. A really big one. The Atlas measures 5 037 mm in length, 1 979 mm in width and 1 768 mm in height. It is therefore approximately 25 centimetres longer, four centimetres wider and six centimetres taller than the Touareg. It is the largest model Volkswagen has ever offered in the US. And he wants to kill two birds with one stone. It will represent both SUVs and MPVs. Despite its generous size, however, it will stand between the Tiguan and the Touareg in the group’s hierarchy. Especially the price. The Touareg will simply still retain the hallmark of a sophisticated, almost premium SUV for off-roading, where the Atlas isn’t quite going.

The dashboard can be equipped with a virtual...

The dashboard can be equipped with a virtual instrument panel. Smartphone compatibility is a matter of course.

The basis is the extended and extended MQB platform, which underpins everything from the Golf to the Skoda Superb and Kodiaq. The design, which was preceded by the CrossBlue concept, features the simple horizontal lines typical of VW’s new SUVs. That’s why the front grille with a pair of slats extending into the headlights, the angular cutouts of the fenders or the rear section with a practical hinged lid and lights connected by a chrome bar are not surprising. The role of the Atlas is to reach families in particular. That’s why it will offer a spacious interior to rival any MPV. That means three rows of variable seating for seven people. The latter will be both foldable and demountable.

The two rear rows of seats will recline. So...

The two rear rows of seats will recline. So the Atlas will compete with full-size MPVs, too.

We can expect huge luggage space, but also plenty of comfort, which Americans are loaded for. The instrument cluster can be replaced by a 12.3-inch display. The Car-Net internet connection allows you to use various services. The Atlas will communicate with smartphones via Android Auto, Apple CarPlay or MirrorLink. For an additional fee, you’ll be able to treat yourself to a powerful Fender stereo. There are assistance systems ranging from autonomous braking and multi-collision braking to adaptive cruise control, lane monitoring and forward collision warning. A new version of the parking assistant will help with parking.

Under the bonnet will appear exclusively petrol...

Under the bonnet, only petrol engines will appear. Volkswagen is done with diesels in the US.

The absence of a diesel engine in the US is certainly not surprising. Americans will have a choice of the turbocharged 2.0 TSI four-cylinder (178 kW) or the larger 3.6 VR6 six-cylinder (207 kW), which ended its career in Europe with the departure of the last-generation Passat and Superb. Both engines get an 8-speed automatic and the more powerful of the two gets 4Motion two-axle drive via a Haldex electro-hydraulic clutch. Don’t count on something like a reduction gear or air suspension like the Touareg has. This is neither an SUV nor an off-roader, but a practical crossover albeit in an unusually large format.

The Atlas will make its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November. Alongside the Passat, it will be produced exclusively at the US plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, which Volkswagen recently poured 900 million euros into modernising. He hopes to improve sales figures from Atlas. Crossovers, referred to in the US by the term midsize, where it is headed, have up to a 10 percent share of the market there. The German carmaker will start sales next year. However, he does not foresee Atlas being sold in Europe at all. And maybe that’s a shame.



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