Three-row SUVs are great for families who need a large amount of space for all of the passengers. A top choice for the three-row SUV segment is the VW Atlas, which has earned numerous automotive awards since its debut last year. Another popular three-row SUV is the Honda Pilot. Take a look at this 2018 Volkswagen Atlas vs 2018 Honda Pilot comparison to see how they stack up.
The Atlas has the advantage for both passenger and cargo space. It has a total passenger volume of 153.7 cu-ft, compared to 152.9 cu-ft for the Pilot. For storage, the Atlas has a maximum cargo capacity of 96.8 cu-ft, compared to 83.9 cu-ft for the Pilot. Also, the Atlas offers impressive versatility with its sliding and tilting 60/40 split-fold second-row seats.
|2018 Volkswagen Atlas||VS||2018 Honda Pilot|
|153.7 cu-ft||Passenger Volume||152.9 cu-ft|
|96.8 cu-ft||Max. Cargo Capacity||83.9 cu-ft|
|Standard||Automatic Post-Collision Braking System||No|
|6-years/72,000-miles bumper-to-bumper||Warranty||3-years/36,000-miles basic; 5-years/60,000-miles powertrain|
You can count on a very safe ride in the VW Atlas. All Atlas models come standard with a rearview camera, the Automatic Post-Collision Braking System, and the Volkswagen Intelligent Response System. For an even higher level of safety, the Atlas offers many optional driver assistance features, including Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Traffic Alert, Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Monitoring, and Lane Departure Warning.
One of the biggest advantages that the VW Atlas has over the Honda Pilot is its generous warranty coverage. It is backed by a 6-years/72,000-miles bumper-to-bumper warranty. In comparison, the Pilot only has a 3-years/36,000-miles basic warranty and a 5-years/60,000-miles powertrain warranty.
Do you want to experience the impressive features and capabilities of the 2018 VW Atlas? Do you live in Orange County or elsewhere in Southern California? Take the Atlas for a test drive at Capistrano Volkswagen!