How much will the 2021 Volkswagen Atlas cost?
The 2021 Volkswagen Atlas will bring multiple updated for the new model year. The latest version of the SUV will be offered in multiple trim levels, each with a different price. How much will the 2021 Volkswagen Atlas cost? The 2021 VW Atlas starting MSRP and the MSRP for each trim level have been announced.
2021 VW Atlas Trim Levels and Prices
The 2021 Volkswagen Atlas S has a starting MSRP of $31,545. This is for models equipped with front-wheel drive. Adding the available 4Motion all-wheel drive feature increases the MSRP to $33,445.
2021 Volkswagen Atlas is available in eight total trim levels. In addition to the base S trim level, the 2021 Atlas is offered in SE, SE with Technology, SE with Technology R-Line, SEL, SEL R-Line, SEL Premium and SEL Premium R-Line trim levels.
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SE Atlas trim levels check in at an MSRP of $34,895 for FWD models, and $36,795 for models equipped with 4Motion. The SE with Technology is next at $36,895 for front-wheel drive models powered by the standard four-cylinder engine. Models e quipped with the available V-6 engine are priced at $38,295. 4Motion is available with both engines for an added $1,900.
The R-Line version of the SE with Technology Atlas checks in at $39,695 for front-wheel drive models and $41,595 for models equipped with 4Motion.
SEL Atlas models are priced at $42,395 (four-cylinder, 4Motion), $42,295 (V6, FWD) and $44, 195 (V6, 4Motion).
SEL R-Line models check in at $43,995 for FWD models and $45,895 for models equipped with 4Motion. SEL Premium trims with the four-cylinder engine are priced at $47,195. V6 models check in at $48,995.
The final trim offered on the 2021 Volkswagen Atlas is the R-Line version of the SEL Premium model. The MSRP for this model checks in at $50, 695.
Dealership pricing may vary from these listed numbers.