As the largest vehicle option available on the Volkswagen lineup, drivers are wondering just how much room is in the all-new 2018 VW Atlas. Our team here at Capistrano Volkswagen is going to explore some details including passenger and cargo volume as well as available seating options to give drivers a better understanding of what it’s like inside the Atlas.
There are nine trims available to choose from for the 2018 VW Atlas, and each one offers seating for up to seven. There’s room for two in the front as well as the back row, which leaves seating for three passengers in the middle row. Altogether, there is 153.7 cubic feet of passenger volume.
How much cargo space is available in the 2018 VW Atlas?
The driver and front seat passenger will have 41.5 inches of legroom. The second and third row passengers will have 37.6 inches to stretch out their legs. Drivers will find more than 20 cubic feet of cargo volume behind the third row seating. With that folded down, it will reveal 55.5 cubic feet for extra belongings. If drivers need to transport something even larger, all the rear seating can be folded down to make for 96.8 cubic feet of cargo volume.
The third row seat splits and folds 50/50 right down the middle of the two seats. The second row of seating offers more options with a 60/40 split fold as well as third row easy entry and a center armrest. The front center armrest is adjustable with a storage compartment, and there’s front seatback storage pockets for extra belongings as well.
Those interested in learning more about the 2018 VW Atlas are welcome to contact us here at Capistrano Volkswagen for more information. Drivers can get behind the wheel by scheduling a test drive online today.