New 2019 VolkswagenAtlas 3.6L V6 SEL Premium 4MOTION

  • VIN: 1V2NR2CA3KC523332
  • Stock: 96580
Located at
Volkswagen of Olympia
Hours and Directions
Odometer
5 miles
Fuel Economy
17/23 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Platinum Gray Metallic
Body
SUV
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
All-wheel Drive
Engine
3.6L V-6 cyl
Volkswagen Atlas

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Blind spot sensor
  • Lane departure
  • Distance pacing cruise control
  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Emergency communication system
  • Power moonroof

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Recent Arrival! Dealer Discount of $3,250 off MSRP Gray 2019 Volkswagen Atlas SEL Premium 4Motion AWD 8-Speed Automatic with Tiptronic 3.6L V6

Price does not include Dealer Installed Accessories.

Prices may include the need to finance through Volkswagen Financial, please see Dealer for complete details. Price Includes: $1,000 - Drive to Decide Bonus. Exp. 01/02/2019

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall3.9Out of 5
  • Overall Good Purchase

    By train_nerd on Friday, October 13, 2017

    4.0
    Having read other reviews which I encourage, my key observations are (SEL 4MOTION): 1) Overall Good Handling. Road irregularities tend to cause hunting in direction of irregularity. Not sure if this is mechanicals, tires or both. Minor issue. 2) Yep, I want to permanently disable start/stop feature. Strong want for firmware update that allows this. I just manually disable feature but wish it could be a memorized setting. 3) Generous in size and I am a LARGE guy. Six full size adults no problem if third row folks are able to move well into those seats. 4) Acceleration a minor bit slow as observed by others but Im not a lead foot guy. Power was fine with six adults loaded in car. 5) Driver/front passenger storage and USB/power/aux design is a significant design error: a) not enough USB/power plug-ins, b) awkwardly angled and buried at bottom of deep storage compartment, c) non-robust connection subject to disconnect on wiggle/bump, d) limits storage space if anything is plugged-in. Poor & not thoughtful design given this gizmo world. End rant. 6) Love the up to date electronics and safety systems; screen is finger smudge magnet. 7) No initial quality/reliability problems so far, 1300 miles. 8) 20-22 MPG with combination city highway driving.
  • SEL Premium 4MOTION - Good Value, HUGE But Thirsty

    By HANISH22 on Saturday, March 10, 2018

    5.0
    The overall package is good with the latest and the greatest gadgets in the top end SEL Premium 4MOTION model. The kind of safety gadgets available in the SEL Premium 4MOTION, would cost much more in other brands. Right from remote starter, rain sensing wipers, heated steering, start & stop, blind spot, lane assistance, adaptive cruise control, pedestrian braking and many more, to configurable digital dash board, excellent Fender sound system and host of other things give a great feel. One point I want to make is that, it hands on beats some of the largest SUVs (GMs, Fords etc.) is in the area of space. Nothing short of calling it HUGE ! ! ! !. The overall ride quality is good although some head roll does exist. The downsides are poor fuel economy and low on the HP(HorsePower). The VR6 engine is not up to the mark when compared to other vehicles in this class. The top end model (SEL Premium 4MOTION) is basically a poor mans AUDI Q7.
  • 6 yr 72k mile warranty... FOR A REASON

    By Kara on Friday, June 29, 2018

    1.0
    First of all, I loved my BRAND NEW Atlas when I bought it. Every time I walked up to it for the first two weeks, I thought man, that Tourmaline blue R-Line SE w/ Tech Atlas is beautiful! It looked so much better than the vehicles around it. Then I went to fill the tank up. The fuel door fell off. Okay, no big deal. I put it back on and kept going... only to find that EVERY TIME I FILLED UP, THE FUEL DOOR FELL OFF!! Just one small annoyance compared to what happened after. Next, my vehicle starts taking longer to start up. I thought it may be the change of weather. My remote start isnt working either but I just figured I was doing something wrong when pressing the buttons. No big deal, right? WRONG. The next day, I load up my almost 2 year old and 6 month old and get ready to take them to daycare and go to work. MY CAR WONT START! It tries turning over, but wont fire! What in the world? I try 7 times before finally! It starts! I go drop the kids off at daycare and then head straight to the dealership. Mind you, I sell cars for a living, so any time spent out of work is money out of my pocket! I drop my vehicle off and am given a ride to my dealership. I get a call saying its a fuel pump and they need to give me a loaner. I get picked up and go back to the VW dealership... more time away from my work! I am told the fuel pump is on an intergalactic backorder and that it will take over a month to possibly get the part in. One person has already been waiting 3 weeks for one. WHAT??? So they give me a Passat - a 400 a month car!! So I am still paying my 800 a month for this vehicle, which at this point I hadnt even made my first payment yet, but driving a tiny vehicle! I immediately call VW of America and express my concerns. I get in contact with the new car manager at the dealership and he works his magic and gets me a part from another dealership overnighted and I get my vehicle back within two days. This was the dealership working for me, NOT VW OF AMERICA. I go back to happily driving my car..... for two weeks until ANOTHER problem! My car starts acting funny again and my freaking fuel door is STILL falling off every time I get gas!! WTC?? I take it to the dealership again.... Its a purge valve! So they replace that.... I make my first payment and call VW of America about this service visit. I tell them something needs to be done about this. Their response? Oh, we have fixed it according to warranty. Thats all we can do at this time. If it happens again, let us know. What? Okay. Fine. Only two issues, whatever, they have to work the kinks out I guess. I go on my merry way, driving my beautiful car that yes, I did still love. I wake up about two weeks later ON MY DAY OFF, get the kids ready, put them in the car and start it. I hear this loud, ungodly noise from inside my car. I open the door and its even louder! I go to the front of the Atlas and the noise is SO loud! I took videos of it, sent it to some guys in service and they said Thats not good. Drive it to the dealership NOW GREAT. So instead of enjoying the day with my kids, I drop them off at daycare and go to the dealership. I spend over half the day there for them to tell my its the cooling fans and motor... What. Oh, and they dont have a loaner but I can still drive my car... They tell me Hey, its going to take over a week for this part to come in. Drive your car and if it starts to over heat, pull over and call roadside assistance to tow it here. I LIVE IN THE SOUTH. WHERE IT IS 90+ EVERY DAY IN THE SUMMER!! So let me get this straight, you want me to drive around with my two babies in the car and if it over heats, pull over and call roadside?? And sit in my over heated car in almost 100 degree heat?? WITH MY BABIES??? Youre crazy!! Finally, after getting with the person who sold me the car, I get a loaner. I call VW of America and ask again for my vehicle get bought back or replaced or something! Because I no longer feel safe in this vehicle! There is clearly something wrong with my Atlas! CR&R Rep leaves me a voicemail to call her back. I call her back within 15 minutes. Conveniently, she is already out of the office. Of course. I call her EVERY DAY FOR A WEEK. I leave voicemail after voicemail to PLEASE give me a call back! While waiting for a call back, my start stop error keeps coming on but no check engine light so the service tech tells me it should be fine. So still waiting for VW of America to call but my husband and I load up the kids and one of their big power wheel trucks into the Atlas for a day at the park on my day off, which is precious time because we both work 50-60 hours a week. I start the Atlas and guess what... check engine light. I bring it straight to the dealership again and they put us in a 2017 Tiguan... We try to fit the power wheel in the Tiguan and we cant. Park day cancelled. I have yet to hear from the dealership on what is wrong with my vehicle, which is understandable as they may be waiting to look at it due to other customers being ahead of me. In the meantime, I decide to try calling my CR&R rep at VW of America again. I get a voicemail that says she is now out of the office until July 2nd.... So she couldnt return my phone calls all week and now she is out of town for a long weekend? Lolol okay. I do the online chat with a customer care rep and am told that KIM L IS THE ONLY PERSON WHO CAN TALK TO ME ABOUT THIS MATTER! Okay.... VW of America sells MILLIONS of vehicles in America. Hundreds of thousand, if not millions, just in my region -- I AM IN THE SAME CITY AS THE PLANT!! And there is only ONE Customer Retention Rep in my region? ONE??? Is this some kind of joke? So I cant get a hold of anybody that can actually help me... So I decided to write this review of my experience with the VW Atlas. I would like to emphasize that the dealership has done everything possible to make me a happy customer but VW of America has failed miserably on this one.
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