Volkswagen Atlas vs. Honda Pilot
The Volkswagen Atlas arrives as a newcomer in a very important segment or our consumers – three-row SUVs. Families want these vehicles to get the kids across town to sports practice or for a trip out of town. They make great tailgate vehicles at Royals and Chiefs games!
With its great passenger and cargo space and 4Motion capabilities, the Atlas offers the right combination of comfort, versatility, technology, and superb German engineering Kansas City customers demand and deserve.
Kansas City consumers are picky and want something that can take the family everywhere with ease, comfort, safety and offer great value too. Our customers have been looking at the Honda Pilot in comparison to the Atlas. Let us see how they stack up with each other.
2020 Volkswagen Atlas S V6 with 4Motion
2020 Honda Pilot LX AWD
|Engine||3.6 Liter V6 – 276 HP/266 lb-ft torque||3.5 Liter V6 – 280 HP/262 lb-ft torque|
|Transmission||AUTOMATIC – STANDARD||AUTOMATIC – STANDARD|
|Fuel Economy (EPA Estimated City/Hwy)||17 MPG/23 MPG||18 MPG/26 MPG|
|Ground Clearance||8.0 inches||7.3 inches|
|Cargo Space (Second Row Seat Up/Down)||55.5 cubic feet/96.8 cubic feet||46.8 cubic feet/83.9 cubic feet|
|All-Wheel Drive||STANDARD ON S V6 w/4MOTION MODEL||AVAILABLE|
What’s the real difference between the Atlas and the Honda Pillot?
- Better passenger space utilization for seven passengers
- Better value across the board
- Excellent connectivity through Car-Net
- German engineering and technology
The Atlas comes in three trim levels – S, SE, and SEL, offering an array of standard equipment and safety features to keep it going through its paces. With a starting price of just $30,895, the all-new Volkswagen Atlas brings value for money to the table like none before.
You can see our inventory of the Atlas at Bud Brown Volkswagen. Come for a test drive and check out our deals for this very remarkable and fantastic new addition in the Volkswagen lineup.