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 Troy, MI

The Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport is a new addition to the market for the 2020 model year. This impressive midsize crossover SUV is directly inspired by the popular Atlas SUV and holds many standout qualities that make it an appealing option for Troy's drivers. The Ford Edge is also included in the midsize crossover SUV class. Its current generation was released in 2015, and the Edge benefited from a modest facelift during the 2019 model year. Are you ready to compare these models and to make your final selection?


The Atlas Cross Sport takes some design cues from the Atlas, but it notably has two rows of seating with sporty accents throughout the interior. The dashboard shows off the horizontal flow, and this is broken up by the large touch display screen. This screen controls the navigation system, smart device integration, sound system, and more, and large air vents flank it. The Atlas Cross Sport may also be equipped with Fender speakers, a power sunroof, a Climatronic temperature management system, a wireless charging station, and several additional features. The 2020 Ford Edge is also a two-row SUV. Its dashboard design is characterized by a cascading flow down the center stack. This design places the embedded touch display screen, and the air vents angled slightly upward rather than outward. Additional features could include a temperature control system, power windows, a sound system, mounted controls on the steering wheel, and other items.


When you catch your first glimpse of the 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport, you may be drawn in by its robust, powerful stance. This is characterized by a prominent hood and a tapered roof. This SUV comes with up to 20-inch alloy wheels, dual exhaust tips, an advanced LED lighting system, a hands-free power liftgate, and other gear. The 2020 Ford Edge, on the other hand, also has a relatively beefy front end. This is defined by a mostly flat hood that shows a slight angle as it progresses forward. The roof is also relatively flat, and the rear windshield angles sharply outward to impact the shape of the liftgate.


Both of these crossover SUVs are properly outfitted with essential safety technologies, but they carry different features. The Atlas Cross Sport, for example, has an intelligent crash response system, a safety cage, a rearview camera, six stability enhancement systems, a post-collision braking system, and other items. The Edge has auto high beams, five of the Ford Co-Pilot 360 features, airbags, LATCH equipment, and a few other items.

Are you still trying to decide which of these SUVs will live up to your expectations? You can check out the Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport in person and experience its power and features first-hand when you visit Suburban Volkswagen of Troy soon. Schedule a test drive visit with us today.