2021 Volkswagen Atlas vs Volkswagen Tiguan
2021 VW Atlas vs VW Tiguan Engine Specs & Performance
The 2021 Volkswagen Tiguan and Volkswagen Atlas are each equipped with 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder engines. Each vehicle even includes the 8-speed automatic transmission with Tiptronic®.
However, the output of each vehicle varies, as the VW Atlas can produce 235 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. Meanwhile, the VW Tiguan delivers 184 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque. The VW Atlas also offers the option of choosing the 3.6L V6 engine, which can deliver 276 horsepower.
VW Atlas vs VW Tiguan Cabin Space & Cargo Capacity
Both the VW Tiguan and VW Atlas can carry seven passengers. However, the VW Atlas offers 154 cubic feet of passenger volume, while the VW Tiguan includes 123.9 cubic feet.
In terms of front-row space, the Volkswagen Atlas offers passengers 41.3 inches of headroom and 41.7 inches of legroom. Meanwhile, the VW Tiguan includes 39.6 inches of front headroom and 40.2 inches of front legroom.
When the rear rows are folded down, the VW Atlas expands to 96.8 cubic feet of cargo volume and the Volkswagen Tiguan expands to 65.7 cubic feet.
Media & Technology Features
The VW Atlas and VW Tiguan both include the same features inside their cabins. Each SUV includes the Composition Color 6.5-inch touchscreen that lets you access your assortment of media options.
Both vehicles include USB ports for portable media players, Bluetooth® technology for audio streaming and hands-free phone calls, and standard AM/FM radios. Volkswagen App-Connect, standard on both SUVs, syncs your paired smartphone with the screen to give you access to your apps, libraries, and contacts.
The Volkswagen Atlas and Volkswagen Tiguan both include an assortment of driver-assistance features. These features include Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Traffic Alert, and Pedestrian Monitoring.