Tiguan, Atlas, and Touareg square off on cargo space

By Product Expert | Posted in Volkswagen Atlas, Volkswagen Tiguan, Volkswagen Touareg on Monday, December 18th, 2017 at 8:59 pm
atlas, touareg, tiguan compared to each other

All of Volkswagen’s SUVs have their own unique features and inclusions that make them special. The Tiguan, Atlas, and Touareg are all great, but they all are intended to serve different purposes and drivers. The Atlas is the company’s newest and largest SUV, while the Tiguan and Touareg come in as crossovers. A primary reason why we love SUVs is that they can hold so much more and do so much more than hatchbacks or sedans. Keep reading to get a glimpse at the differences between each of Volkswagen’s SUVs. 

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Volkswagen SUV cargo capacities 

The 2018 Touareg has yet to be released (as of 12/18/17) so we will have to use the 2017 version for comparison purposes. What’s awesome about these SUVs is that they are all efficient, too. But we’re here for cargo volume. Luckily for you, we’ve created a nice little chart to break down some details. Check it out below. 

Model
Maximum interior cargo space
Highway MPG
2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
65.7 cubic feet
27
2018 Volkswagen Atlas
96.8 cubic feet
26
2017 Volkswagen Touareg
64.0 cubic feet
23

Check out our inventory of all of these SUVs 

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the Atlas has significantly more space. Just one look at all three of them will be enough to come to the conclusion that the Atlas is by far the largest one available. But size isn’t all that matters. People’s needs vary, so if you just don’t need or want a big SUV, perhaps the Tiguan or Touareg would be better suited for you. 

If you’re interested in any of these great vehicles, stop hesitating! Come on by and check them out. If you’re really itching to drive one, you can schedule a test drive online

white atlas driving through woods
orange tiguan parked
dark red touareg on pavement

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