Volkswagen has confirmed pricing for the 2020 Atlas Cross Sport, its new five seat SUV that gives the Atlas a smaller sibling. Announced last year, the Atlas Cross Sport takes the platform of the Atlas but dresses it in a more appealing body, with a dashing roofline making for a more memorable profile.
Inside, the third row of seats in the regular Atlas is gone. Instead you get room for five across two rows, and still have 40.3 cubic feet of trunk space to play with. Drop the rear seats, meanwhile, and that expands to 77.8 cubic feet.
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