The largest German automaker sold 10.7 million vehicles in 2017, which is up 4% year to year. In case you forgot (or never knew to begin with), 2016 was the year the “dieselgate” scandal broke. Despite that, it looks like the company is getting back on track. This article will discuss the top VW models in 2019.
In 2019, the Arteon was finally introduced in the US. It has been available in Europe since 2017. According to experts, this is the flagman of the Volkswagen lineup. Designed with luxury in mind, the four-door fastback vehicle will come in three trim types – SEL Premium, SE, and SEL. The entry-level SE will feature autonomous emergency braking, forward collision warning, blind-spot monitoring, and alerts for rear cross-traffic.
The Arteon will also be available with Android Auto, an 8-inch touchscreen display, and Apple CarPlay. Higher-grade models will feature a power liftgate, adaptive cruise control, available 19-inch wheels, and lane-departure warning.
VW hasn’t announced Arteon prices, but they’re expected to be in the range of $40,000.
There’s more to the all-new 2019 Volkswagen Jetta than meets the eye. At first glance, it seems quite boring and conservative. The 2019 is the 7th generation Jetta, the first dating all the way back to 1979. The fully-redesigned 2019 vehicle may resemble its forerunner from 2018, but on closer inspection you’ll find it’s slightly bigger. More specifically, its wheelbase is almost 1.5 inches larger, which has naturally resulted in more legroom for passengers in the back seat. 2019 Jetta also features an MQB platform that’s been the basis of the remainder of the VW family for a while.
When the Atlas arrived in the US in 2018, it was greeted with great enthusiasm. Its successor follows in the tracks of the vanguard models. The 2019 Atlas is the biggest VW vehicle currently available, with ample room for both passengers and their luggage.
What is more, the Atlas feels and rides lighter than its weight and size would suggest, and it offers a series of neat seat tricks that are usually benefits of much smaller cars. There is a total of 12 different Atlas trims at the moment. There is a standard rearview camera, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a top-quality infotainment system served by an 8-inch screen. Keep in mind the entry-level S models come with a smaller (6.5-inch) display.
The different models have different sizes and features, and each is best for a certain type of user. We hope we got your type with one of these!