2019 Volkswagen Arteon Trim Level Comparison
There are five trim levels for the 2019 Volkswagen Arteon. They are the SE, the SE with 4MOTION ®, the SEL with 4MOTION ®, the SEL R-Line with 4MOTION ®, and the SEL Premium R-Line with 4MOTION ®. Some trim levels may be of limited availability.
Let’s start with prices, as each trim level has its own starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). The SE has a starting price of $35,845, the SE with 4MOTION ® has a starting price of $37,645, the SEL with 4MOTION ® has a starting price of $41,795, the SEL R-Line with 4MOTION ® has a starting price of $43,560, and the SEL Premium R-Line with 4MOTION ® has a starting price of $46,210. Check out the chart below for a comparison of four basic features of the lowest, middle, and highest trim levels. Then keep reading below to learn more about the 2019 Volkswagen Arteon.
|2019 Volkswagen Arteon SE||2019 Volkswagen Arteon SEL with 4MOTION ®||2019 Volkswagen Arteon SEL Premium R-Line with 4MOTION ®|
|18" alloy wheels||18" alloy wheels||19" alloy wheels|
|V-Tex leatherette||Leather seating surfaces||Leather seating surfaces|
|No available packages||No available packages||Available 20” R-Line wheels (Limited and Later Availability) Package|
|Not available||Not available||Dynaudio® premium sound system|
The 2019 Volkswagen Arteon is available here at Ventura Volkswagen in Ventura, CA
One place where there is very little difference between the five trim levels of the 2019 Volkswagen Arteon is performance specifications. All five trim levels have a 2.0 L Turbo engine that creates up to 268 horsepower. They do differ in fuel economy, but the only difference is for the base trim level. Every trim level achieves 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway, except the base trim level, which gets up to 22 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.
The base trim level is also the only trim level that does not have 4MOTION ® all-wheel drive, which you can probably tell by the trim level titles. Instead, the SE is a front-wheel drive vehicle, which is very common in sedan-style vehicles, and this difference in drive train is probably what causes the slight difference in fuel economy, as all-wheel drive vehicles tend to be less fuel-efficient. On the flipside, all-wheel drive vehicles have the advantage of getting more traction.