2022 Volkswagen Atlas consumer reviews

$34,335–$36,235 MSRP range
side view of 2022 Atlas Volkswagen
57% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.9
  • Interior 4.0
  • Performance 4.3
  • Value 3.7
  • Exterior 4.6
  • Reliability 4.7
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At Last my ATLAS has come along!

Great car! Overpaid a bit; but, bought top of the line with only 23k miles. Loved it and didn't want to dicker over price. Rudes well. Acceleration is good. Roomy, spacious passenger cabin and cargo bay. Amazing technology. I recommend this vehicle highly. Take a serious look at this one. You wont be disappointed.


Good for older people

My Grandmother loves her new Atlas 2.0T, its also easy to get in and out of for Her and Gramps, and great mpg with the 2.0T, and power is very plenty for a tiny engine


No garage door opener

very poor usb locations (this i think is more dangerous than trying to operate the nav system while driving!!!!..cant closev suv trunk door from inside..no garage closer(extra $370 sales said it was $75.. cant have door open and lock it before u get out


Family friendly

Love the size and room. Even the third row is roomy enough for 2 adults with headroom. Comfortable ride with good visibility. I’m enjoying the Atlas SE with v6 and 4 motion


New 2022

It’s a great car for a family. I have 2 toddlers, and the extra room is awesome. I love this care more than my 2020 Kia Sorento by far.


radio don't work, we changed for new, but its not

we buy in dic 29, we have a big problem with the radio, and you need more authorization dealer, we have bad experience with the dealer Pete Moore, for service


Nice but not quite great

I wish the salesman had spe t more than 10 mins rambling about the features, I would have known the voice control did not work and the air vent was broke. The USB ports are in the worst place possible. The cell phones will not charge on the charging pad. The shades inside the back doors, great idea IF it actually kept the sun out my childrens eyes. Honestly, I cannot tell much difference up or down. The space between the front seat and console is so close, if you drop anything wait till the car is fully stopped before retrieving lost item. If you still enjoy CDs, this is not the car for you. The (single) CD player is in the glove compartment. The car rides smoothly, has lots of leg room but I wouldn't recommend this to a friend. For the 44k price tag, keep looking.