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New Atlas Goes Big and Goes Home

There’s an old saying, “go big or go home.” The new VW Atlas does both, offering a large SUV that’s fun to drive and capable of carrying your whole crew home, or wherever your adventures might take you. The new Atlas is big enough to handle everything from a summer trip to the daily car pool, with seven seats and a comfortable third row that doesn’t feel like you’ve been relegated to a storage compartment. With a new 6-year, 72,000-mile warranty covering any problems from bumper-to-bumper, the new Atlas can be your go-to transportation solution for years to come. See it and take a test drive at Chapman VW Tucson.

Big on Size, Big on Features

Don’t think that the new Atlas is just a cavernous vehicle with no technology or creature comforts. VW’s latest offering to the SUV market has tons of technology and features to make your daily ride more enjoyable. When your hands are full and your key is in your pocket or purse, just kick below the power lift gate to watch it magically open. Multi-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof and reclining second row seats keep everyone comfortable and entertained. Heated and ventilated front seats, 17 strategically-placed cupholders and easy access to the third row will all help make the Atlas your favorite vehicle. An 8-inch touchscreen that lets you stream music, podcasts, audio books and stay connected to the world is the brains behind the beefy brawn of the Atlas. The VW Digital Cockpit is another breakthrough that lets you personalize the information you want to see in your instrument cluster, from speed and temperature to navigation and altitude.

Safety Features Abound

The new Atlas has an entire suite of available safety features to help ensure you and your precious cargo get home in one piece. Pedestrian monitoring utilizes a sensor to alert you if a person is about to step into your path. If you don’t respond, the Atlas brakes automatically. Blind spot monitoring alerts you to vehicles in those troublesome areas on either side of the vehicle where you can’t see. Rear traffic alert has sensors that alert you to vehicles crossing behind as you back up, while adaptive cruise control keeps a safe distance between you and the car in front. Other safety features include park distance control, parking steering assistant and lane departure warning.

Plenty of Power for Recreational Towing

Need to take the boat to the lake or a trailer up to your favorite campsite? When properly equipped, the VW Atlas is rated to tow up to 5,000 pounds, or more than enough for most recreational needs. Initially offered with a 276-horsepower V6 that earns a rating of 25 mpg on the highway, the Atlas will also come with the option of a 2.0L turbocharged engine in the near future. Explore the Atlas today by visiting Chapman VW Tucson.

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