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The Arteon is a practical, sporty, and well-appointed hatchback with a coupelike silhouette. Our testers praised its prompt acceleration, confidence in corners, and firm ride that's pleasant even on rough roads.
Front-wheel drive comes standard, and all-wheel drive is optional. Though the car is quiet otherwise, engine noise can be noticeable at low speeds and under acceleration. Inside, the Arteon gets comfortable front seats and well-finished, user-friendly controls. A responsive touch screen sits at the center of the dash, and climate and audio systems are controlled with physical buttons and knobs. A low roofline makes the car a bit of a challenge to get into and out of. There's a huge cargo area with lots of space and a low loading floor under the heavy hatchback lid. FCW, AEB, and BSW are standard.
Road Test
Predicted Reliability
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2019-2020
2019 Redesign Year
The Volkswagen Arteon replaced the sporty CC. It is a practical, sporty, and well-appointed hatchback with a coupe-like exterior profile.
Our testers praised its prompt acceleration, confidence in corners, and pleasant--but firm--ride, even on rough roads. Front-wheel drive comes standard, and all-wheel drive is optional. While the car is quiet otherwise, engine noise is noticeable at low speeds and under acceleration. Inside, the Arteon gets comfortable front seats and well-finished, user-friendly controls. A responsive touch screen sits at the center of the dash, and climate and audio systems are controlled with physical buttons and knobs. A low roofline makes the car a bit of a challenge to get in and out of. But underneath the heavy hatchback, there’s a huge cargo area with lots of space and a low loading floor.
$26,600 - $35,750
Average Retail Price
RELIABILITY VERDICT
OWNER SATISFACTION
OWNER REPORTED MPG
$25,025 - $33,175
Average Retail Price
RELIABILITY VERDICT
OWNER SATISFACTION
OWNER REPORTED MPG
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