New Volkswagen SUVs now offer America’s Best Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty
6 years / 72,000 miles
Only Volkswagen SUV offer comprehensive 6 Year / 72,000 mile warranty coverage
• Chevy, Ford, Honda and Toyota only offer a 3 Year / 36,000 mile warranty
• Hyundai, Kia and Mitsubishi SUV stop short at 5 Year / 60,000 miles
Having a comprehensive warranty gives you the confidence to do what you want: Drive your vehicle whenever and wherever you want it to go. Take the road trip with the added confidence that Volkswagen has your back should you need it.
This will cover the engines, transmissions, optional all-wheel drive. In contrast, competitors to the Atlas, like the Ford Explorer, Honda Pilot and Nissan Pathfinder only provide a 3-year / 36,000-mile basic warranty. Volkswagen’s warranty is not just twice as long, but it also is transferable to the vehicle’s next owner, which adds residual value to the first owner’s sale and confidence to the second owner’s experience. Win-win.
Free-of-charge warranty repair
Repairs covered by the warranty are free of charge. We will repair the defective part or replace it with a new or remanufactured genuine Volkswagen part for the life of the warranty.
Plus, the warranty is not just desirable, but fully transferable.
If you sell your Volkswagen within the warranty period, your New Vehicle Limited Warranty goes with it. The remainder of the vehicle’s warranty coverage transfers to the new owner at no cost to you.
Reduced cost of ownership
The new Atlas is loaded with value in its list of standard equipment, but perhaps the most valuable is the warranty itself. With 6-year / 72,000-mile new car warranty terms, the Atlas [and the 2018 Tiguan] has what Volkswagen is calling the “best transferrable bumper-to-bumper SUV warranty in America”. The new warranty doubles the typical 3-year, 36K mileage found on most vehicles, offers full new car coverage and can be transferred beyond the first owner.
“We specifically designed and built the all-new Atlas and Tiguan for American customers. This warranty further addresses the needs of American buyers head-on,” says VW of America CEO Hinrich J. Woebcken. “We’re confident in the reliability and workmanship of these SUVs, and we want our customers to be confident in their purchase. We believe this warranty will lead to reduced cost of ownership for Volkswagen owners.”
Class leading style and comfort
The Atlas is the newest edition to the Volkswagen family. It is a crossover SUV that delivers 7-passenger seating, class-leading technology and accommodations, generous space and a spirited European driving character.
Meet the new Volkswagen SUV
Built for family transportation
Miami families rejoice! Volkswagen’s all-new, three-row crossover is here. The medium-large 2018 Volkswagen Atlas can seat seven adults comfortably. The all-new Atlas makes good use of its interior space and, thanks in part to a long wheelbase, fully exploits its footprint. There’s 153 cubic feet inside for passengers to enjoy, putting it near the top of its class for roominess. With a full house onboard, the VW Atlas boasts 21 cubic feet of cargo space, which also puts it well at the top of its competitors.
Smart power: Fuel efficient engine choices
Family runs in the Atlas across Miami’s suburban sprawl are managed by one of two engines – a 2.0 liter inline four-cylinder turbocharged engine or a naturally-aspirated 3.6 liter V6. The 4-cylinder produces 235HP and 258lbs.-ft of torque while the V6 muscles out 276HP and 266lbs-ft. of torque. Miami drivers opting for that extra bit of confidence in a rainstorm or other adverse condition can opt for Volkswagen’s all-wheel drive system on the V6 model.
Confidence on the road with responsive handling
Despite its size, the all-new 2018 VW Atlas handles itself like a much smaller vehicle. It is nimble, responsive and eager to deliver the power when needed. The brakes are also a strong point, confidently stopping the vehicle with an immediacy and intuitive pedal feedback. Safety features include a full suite of protection systems, including engineered body elements like a safety cage and alloyed, high-strength steel reinforcement panels. Air bags protect front, sides and rear while passive and active anti-collision tech like electronic stability control and VW’s Intelligent Crash Response System keep digital watch.