Volkswagen SUV Lineup | Cincinnati, OH

2024 VW SUV Lineup | Cincinnati, OH

The Volkswagen lineup consists of many SUVs that are ideal for all kinds of lifestyles. Whether you want the efficiency of the ID.4 or the roominess of the Atlas, we have what you’re looking for at Joseph Volkswagen!

Volkswagen Taos

As the lowest-priced crossover in the Volkswagen SUV lineup, the VW Taos is an affordable subcompact vehicle for families in Cincinnati who are on a budget. Its small 1.5-liter engine is turbocharged with the brand’s TSI® system provides peppy performance while averaging an efficient 28 mpg in cities and 36 mpg on highways like I-71 and I-75.[1] The Taos also provides great value through its affordable maintenance costs and available Carefree Coverage plan.

Although it carries a low price, the Taos doesn’t skimp on tech features. Even its base-level S trim comes standard with useful functions like adaptive cruise control, VW Digital Cockpit display, App-Connect® smartphone pairing, and the IQ.DRIVE suite of driving-assistance tools. Plus, the five-seat Taos is impressively spacious for its class, providing generous legroom and headroom for front and back passengers.

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Volkswagen Tiguan

The Tiguan is a step larger than the Taos and can seat more people with its pop-up third row, but first-row and second-row passengers have less legroom in exchange. Alternately, you can use the expanded rear zone for more cargo storage, as the VW Tiguan has 33 cubic feet of cargo volume behind the second row when you fold the third-row seats flat.

Still, the Tiguan is a smaller SUV than the larger Atlas and Atlas Cross Sport, so it has respectable fuel economy rates (24 mpg in cities/31 mpg on highways [2]) thanks to its TSI®-equipped four-cylinder engine. This powertrain allows the VW Tiguan to tow up to 1,500 pounds, such as a small utility trailer or cargo basket. And, the VW Tiguan is easier to maneuver into tight parking spaces or narrow roads in downtown Cincinnati than larger three-row SUVs are.

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Volkswagen ID.4 electric SUV

In terms of size, the VW ID.4 is slotted between the Taos and Tiguan. This compact electric SUV has five seats and comparable passenger volume to the subcompact Taos but with more cargo space behind the second row (30.3 cubic feet). That’s due to the longer wheelbase and wider track.

What sets the ID.4 apart from other Volkswagen SUVs is its electric-only powertrain that uses a permanent magnet synchronous motor and lithium-ion battery. In addition to operating gas-free with an estimated range of 291 miles on a full charge (ID.4 Pro model), the VW ID.4 reaches peak torque output that is comparable to the gas powertrain of the VW Tiguan. But as a RWD EV, the ID.4 routes power to the rear wheels at low RPMs, giving the electric SUV a noticeably swift acceleration. And, the VW ID.4 RWD can trailer as much as 2,200 pounds (2,700 pounds with AWD).

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Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport

Although the VW Atlas Cross Sport seats five passengers like the Taos and ID.4, it has expansive passenger space and cargo volume. This midsize crossover SUV is especially roomy for second-row occupants who have 40.4 inches of legroom — as much as the driver has in the compact Tiguan! Behind those rear seats is 40.3 cubic feet of cargo room, which is plenty for your road trip in Kentucky or Indiana.

The VW Atlas Cross Sport also lives up to its athletic name with its amped-up four-cylinder turbo engine that employs Audi performance engineering for heightened operation. Consequently, the powertrain reaches 269 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque, enabling a towing capability capped at 5,000 pounds. The addition of a Tiptronic transmission also enhances the SUV’s athleticism, as you can manually change gears at will.

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Volkswagen Atlas

As the biggest and finest SUV in the Volkswagen lineup, the VW Atlas stands above in terms of size. It’s built on the same platform as the Atlas Cross Sport but adds a few extra inches in length and height to include a third row of seats. In fact, the VW Atlas provides the most third-row legroom in its class. So, if the seven-seat Tiguan is too small for your family, the VW Atlas has the extra legroom they need.

The Volkswagen Atlas has similar driving and handling characteristics as the Atlas Cross Sport, too, as it has the same 269-hp 2.0-liter TSI® engine under its hood. EPA-estimated fuel consumption rates are the same for the Atlas and Atlas Cross Sport, as is the 5,000-pound towing capacity. So, a preference for the Atlas ultimately hinges on your need for more seating.

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You can explore any of these VW SUVs by contacting our team or when you visit us at Joseph Volkswagen in Cincinnati, Ohio.

[1] 28 city/36 highway mpg (2024 Taos 1.5L, 8-speed automatic transmission). EPA estimates. Your mileage will vary and depends on several factors, including your driving habits and vehicle condition.

[2] 24 city/ 31 highway mpg (2024 Tiguan FWD 2.0L, 8-speed automatic transmission). EPA estimates. Your mileage will vary and depends on several factors, including your driving habits and vehicle condition.

[3] 2024 ID.4 Pro EPA estimated total range is 291 miles. Actual mileage and range will vary and depend on several factors including driving and charging habits, accessory use, temperature and topography, battery age, load, and vehicle condition. Battery capacity decreases with time and use. See owner’s manual for details.

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