2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport vs 2020 Ford Edge
2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport 2020 Ford Edge
Cargo Space
  77.8 cu. ft. 73.4 cu. ft.
Roof Rails
  Standard Optional
Basic Warranty
  4 yr./50,000 mi. 3 yr./36,000 mi.

2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport vs 2020 Ford Edge

Serving Farmington Hills, MI

When Volkswagen introduced the Atlas Cross Sport in 2020, it was designed as a two-row version of the popular Atlas crossover. As a midsize crossover SUV, the Atlas Cross Sport is placed in the same class as the Ford Edge. The Edge is also a two-row SUV, and it has a slightly higher base MSRP. You need to get more familiar with the differences between these popular models before you get further along in your search for a new crossover SUV.

Exterior

While the 2020 Atlas Cross Sport is based on the Atlas, it has a notably sportier façade with a lower, angled roof. The rear windshield has a sharp angle, and this adds to the vehicle's aerodynamic profile. The Atlas Cross Sport has a rounded nose with horizontal bars stretching the eye across the grille and the lower front air vents. This crossover SUV's exterior also boasts chrome accents, molded fenders over the front and rear wheels, and two crisp definition lines through the sides. The Ford Edge's exterior, on the other hand, shows off a segmented look on the front end. The hexagonal grille is separated from the three-piece lower air vents and the pointed headlights. The sides' personality lines have a slight angle, and the roof remains flat from front to rear.

Interior

When you sit behind the wheel of the 2020 Atlas Cross Sport, you will feel in complete control of the road in front of you, thanks to the well-styled interior. The steering wheel holds chrome accents and mounted functions for cruise control and other equipment. The driver's gauges are digital, and an 8-inch touch display screen also has buttons and control knobs for easy access. The many features of the Atlas Cross Sport include a navigation system, heated seats with a heated steering wheel, Car-Net, family guardian alerts, a wireless hotspot, remote entry, smart device integration, and other equipment. Inside the Ford Edge, you will see that the infotainment system's screen is deeply embedded in the center stack, and it sits between tall air vents. The curved theme through the center stack extends across the entire dashboard. This crossover SUV's other features are smart device apps, a climate control system, a rotary gear selector, a beverage holder, and a few other items.

Performance

Under the hood of the Atlas Cross Sport for 2020, you may find a 2.0-liter engine that puts off 235 horsepower. Top 2020 trims are equipped with a V6, 3.6-liter engine that steps things up a notch with 276 horsepower. You can truly enjoy your time on the road thanks to 4Motion all-wheel drive, multiple driving modes, and other superior mechanical features. The 2020 Ford Edge has a 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine with an automatic transmission in lower trim levels. The top trims are equipped with a 2.7-liter EcoBoost, V6 engine. Most of the Edge's trims are outfitted with front-wheel drive, anti-locking brakes, torque vector control, and a few other items.

Is the Atlas Cross Sport right for you? At Suburban Volkswagen of Farmington Hills, you will be able to test drive both of this model's powertrains and compare the trims in detail. To book your appointment for an Atlas Cross Sport test drive, call us today.