2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport vs 2020 Volkswagen Tiguan
The new 2020 Atlas Cross Sport is available on sales lots all over the US. It’s been creating quite a buzz too. Part of that conversation is how the 2020 Atlas Cross Sport differs from the 2020 Tiguan and the 2020 Atlas.
Today, we’ll be comparing the 2020 Atlas Cross Sport to the 2020 Tiguan to see what makes each vehicle unique.
2020 VW Atlas Cross Sport SE V6 w/ Tech
2020 VW Tiguan SE
|3.6L V6||Engine||2.0L turbo 4-cyl|
|276 hp; 266 lb-ft||Horsepower / Torque||184 hp; 221 lb-ft|
|8-speed shiftable auto||Transmission||8-speed shiftable auto|
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2020 Atlas Cross Sport
The 2020 Atlas Cross Sport is available with either the V6 engine found in the Atlas or the turbo four-cylinder found in the Tiguan. It comes with either FWD or 4Motion AWD. Unlike the Tiguan, which gives you the choice between two or three rows of seating, the Atlas Cross Sport only comes in a two-row configuration. This means that it has more cargo capacity than the 2020 Tiguan. It clocks in at 40.3 cu-ft with the second row of seats up and 77.8 cu-ft with the second row folded down.
The 2020 Tiguan is only available with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The seven-seater Tiguan comes standard with FWD (but can be upgraded to 4Motion AWD); the five-seater comes standard with 4Motion AWD. The Tiguan has two set of cargo bay measurements. The three-row Tiguan has 12 cu-ft, 33 cu-ft, and 65.7 cu-ft behind each of its relative rows. The two-row Tiguan has 37.6 cu-ft and 73.5 cu-ft behind the second and first rows, respectively.
Interested in either Volkswagen SUV? Come test drive them at Hall Cars near Milwaukee.