Volkswagen SUVs for Families on the Go

Volkswagen SUVs provide comfort and cutting-edge technology for families on the go. Whether you’re in search of an exciting new crossover or upgrading an existing VW model, our showroom has something suitable for everyone.

The 2023 Tiguan SUV stands out as one of the smallest models available and provides European styling with a refined ride quality. Additionally, its larger sibling (Tiguan Allspace) provides additional cargo room and features an additional third row.

The Tiguan

The Volkswagen Tiguan SUV is one of the most beloved compact models available, accommodating five comfortably while providing enough storage space for suitcases, beach towels, practice gear and more. Although not the fastest or most powerful in its class, its precise handling and comfortable ride make it an excellent option if you plan to tow a small trailer or camper trailer.

Volkswagen gives its Tiguan SUV an update this year and adds some safety features to improve its appeal and utility for daily driving and weekend adventures. Still a stylish, well-built and attractive vehicle.

Most models feature a 6.5-inch touchscreen display supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, with higher trim levels offering an eight-inch display and Wi-Fi hot spot. Optional features may include nine-speaker Fender audio system, satellite radio and Drive View to help drivers find off-street parking spaces more quickly.

Standard models come equipped with front-wheel drive, but you can upgrade to 4Motion all-wheel drive for increased traction in snowy conditions. In addition, IQ Drive driver assistance features such as blind spot monitoring and lane-keeping assist can also be added for optimal driving experiences.

Tiguan models feature a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, producing 184 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque. Matched to an eight-speed automatic transmission for smooth shifting, it can tow up to 1,500 pounds while maintaining excellent fuel economy of 24 miles per gallon in city driving and 30 on highway.

Inside, the cabin is sophisticated yet inviting. Cloth seating comes standard while higher-end models offer upgraded faux leather options. For maximum comfort and relaxation, heated front seats can be purchased for the base S, while SE and SE R-Line Black models provide three position memory function on their eight-way power driver’s seats with lumbar support.

Like many of the VW SUVs in our lineup, leasing can often offer the best value on a Tiguan. VW often runs a program called Sign & Drive that allows qualified shoppers to select a vehicle with $0 due at signing and covers the first month’s payments – an especially advantageous solution if financing your Tiguan.

The Atlas

The Atlas stands out as an affordable three-row SUV in its class, earning praise for its spacious interior, roomy third row seat that can fit adults, and easy infotainment system. Furthermore, its driving characteristics such as responsive handling and comfortable ride quality earned praise as well. Furthermore, its new turbo-4 engine provided increased acceleration times which raised its performance score to compete more effectively with premium offerings such as Kia Telluride and Hyundai Palisade in its segment.

Volkswagen has updated the Atlas’s cabin for 2024 to give it a more luxurious appearance and feel in line with competing luxury midsize SUVs in this market. Standard features include heated and ventilated front seats, heated steering wheel, wireless phone charging and rearview camera that displays digital views via infotainment system so drivers can see objects or other cars they may back into when reverse parking or backing into something. This feature can help drivers avoid having an accident when parking or backing into something!

The Atlas offers two body styles; its standard three-row version and an innovative Cross Sport that more closely resembles a crossover coupe. Both offer a four-slot grille with LED headlights, light bar wraparound design and bulging fender flares – while its Cross Sport counterpart boasts a unique roofline similar to some crossover coupes and comes equipped with either 18 or 21-inch wheels.

Both three-row and Cross Sport Atlas models utilize a 235 horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine powered by all-wheel drive with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive capability. Buyers may upgrade to a 276 horsepower V6 engine for additional power and towing capacity of up to 5,000 pounds with all-wheel drive capability.

The Volkswagen Atlas’ infotainment system is user-friendly, featuring a large touchscreen display and easy navigation through a menu system. Compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for smartphone connectivity to apps, music, navigation services and more; additionally the VW Digital Cockpit Pro system features state-of-the-art navigation and customizable displays to make driving information easier to read.

The Touareg

Volkswagen’s Touareg epitomizes Volkswagen’s off-road capabilities. Born for desert driving and proven so with Carlos Sainz winning the 2010 DAKAR rally, its ruggedness was demonstrated through its numerous off-road technologies aimed at making off-roading enjoyable, including an advanced roof load sensor connected with running gear electronics that increases agility for improved agility. Furthermore, headlight squirters, locking diffs, an optional second row pass-through bag and air suspension with multiple ride height settings complete this impressive vehicle’s impressive off-road capabilities.

This Touareg marks an evolution in design with its switch to plug-in hybrid power, ushering it into modernity while being kind to both environment and Volkswagen’s reputation. Furthermore, its electric drivetrain doesn’t compromise handling capabilities – further enhanced by an array of driving modes available including Eco, Comfort Normal Sport Individual Off Road Snow modes.

Upper trims of the Touareg feature an Innovision Cockpit equipped with the latest infotainment system. Customizable features include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; there’s even Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity included, while audiophiles may opt for an optional nine-speaker Fender premium sound system delivering up to 480W of power output.

On safety, the Touareg has received five stars from Euro NCAP. Each model comes equipped with an active bonnet that lifts to protect pedestrians from hitting engine blocks; as well as Front Assist, which detects people or objects ahead and brakes accordingly.

The Touareg SUV provides ample and comfortable space for five, especially if upgraded to higher trim levels. Leather seats provide outstanding support, and its cabin is well insulated against road noise; rear passengers also benefit from plenty of legroom. Unfortunately, unlike competing models it cannot accommodate seven seats at once.

The base Touareg may seem pricey for what it offers, but you could save some money by opting for the Lux Limited model instead. This model comes equipped with a 225hp diesel engine, eight-way power adjustable front seats with heated front seats, dual zone climate control, hands-free power liftgate operation and panoramic sunroof as well as an 8.0″ touchscreen featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto features.

The Taos

Volkswagen’s subcompact SUV offering, the Taos offers more affordable alternatives to its larger CUV counterpart, Tiguan. Starting in the mid $20,000s with all-wheel drive available as an upgrade for only an additional $1,700 fee, its design and features make this subcompact SUV attractive to buyers on a tight budget.

Taos may be small SUV, but its cabin feels spacious and comfortably roomy for passengers. The seats are supportive and comfortable; even tall adults can sit back comfortably in the rear seats. There is also plenty of storage space: 27.9 cubic feet for front-wheel-drive models (this decreases to 24.9 with all-wheel drive models) or up to 66 cubic feet if folded flat (on all models).

The Taos is equipped with a powerful 158 horsepower turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes it one of the fastest vehicles in its class. Optionally equipped with VW’s 4Motion AWD for off-road capability not offered by its rivals – although some critics note an annoying initial delay when trying to accelerate from stops due to this system.

Apart from its impressive driver-assistance features, the Taos stands out due to its European driving experience. Its steering wheel is responsive and precise while acceleration feels strong yet seamless – an impressive performance for such a small SUV and makes this model truly enjoyable to drive on open roads.

The Taos’ interior is refined and modern, featuring eye-catching Volkswagen design elements as well as a reconfigurable digital display which serves in place of physical gauges in most trim levels. The standard 6.5-inch infotainment touchscreen includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity plus Bluetooth streaming audio and a Wi-Fi hotspot capable of wireless charging – while an optional 8.0-inch touchscreen offers navigation software and the latest version of Volkswagen’s MIB3 infotainment software – while all models come standard with 4-year/50,000 mile bumper-to-bumper warranty coverage and complimentary scheduled maintenance coverage – providing all models complete coverage throughout their four year/50,000 mile bumper-to-bumper warranty coverage with complimentary scheduled maintenance services throughout their four year/50,000 mile bumper-bumper warranty and scheduled maintenance coverage over their four year/50,000 mile bumper-bumper warranty warranty coverage and free scheduled maintenance coverage on most trim levels /.