Volkswagen Arteon

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Volkswagen Arteon

The New VW Arteon brings luxury and style to the Volkswagen range

Take a look at the specifications available on the New Volkswagen Arteon from Crewe and Wrexham VW and let us know which is the most suitable for you! If you aren't sure, our friendly Sales Teams will be able to discuss your driving style and habits in order to help you to choose from the Arteon trims and specifications available such as the Elegance and R-Line so that you can find your perfect VW Arteon.

What Specifications are available on the  New VW Arteon ?

Volkswagen Arteon Elegance​ 

Features include:

  • Alloy Wheels 8J x 18 'Almere Adamantium Silver'
  • Heated front seats
  • Leather multi-function steering wheel rim temperature controlled
  • Keyless entry and hands free boot opening
  • Travel Assist - Lane keeping system and traffic jam assist
  • Rear-view camera

Volkswagen Arteon R-Line

Features include:

  • Alloy wheels 19" Montevideo
  • Rear tinted glass from B-pillar backwards, approx. 65% tinted
  • Panoramic sunroof, tilting and sliding, including intetrated roller blind
  • Interior Ambient lighting with 30 colour options
  • Leather multi-function steering wheel rim temperature controlled

Volkswagen Arteon R

Features include:

  • Alloy wheels 8J x 19 "Adelaide" Black diamond-turned surface, Volkswagen R
  • Sports seats in front
  • Leather-wrapped multifunction sports steering wheel w/ tiptronic, heated
  • Disc brakes in front, with blue brake callipers, and 'R' logo

Design, that you can feel.

The look-and-feel of the cockpit in Arteon’s R-Line trim interior is truly inspirational. The multifunction, leather sports steering wheel bears the “R-Line” badge and boasts decorative stitching; it is complemented by “Silver Rise” inlays in brushed aluminium. The standard “ergoComfort” seats in “Nappa” leather with “carbon-style” inner faces of the side sections and decorative stitching and braiding, not to mention the “R-Line” badge embroidered into the front seats make each ride a feast for the senses.

Panoramic tilting/sliding sunroof and ambient lighting.

The New Volkswagen Arteon affords an incomparable field of vision. The optional panoramic tilting/sliding sunroof teamed with the pleasant ambient lighting inside are certain to brighten your day, whatever the weather.

​The features of the new Arteon are as impressive as the car itself. They turn every ride into a unique experience that will tantalise all your senses.

Why Buy a Volkswagen Arteon?

The New VW Arteon is a stunning and spacious car with a dashboard that wouldn't look out of place on a Spaceship. Volkswagen really have pulled out all the stops on this one with bold interior and exterior styling to give you a real presence both on the road and on the driveway.

There is plenty of room for passengers in the back who will have more than enough leg room to travel in comfort. There is also plenty of room in the boot for luggage, shopping, bikes and leisure equipment and you can also extend the boot space by folding the rear seats flat.

The VW Arteon also comes with a vast amount of driver assistance technology to keep you safe on the road such as adaptive cruise control which maintains a sets the distance between you and the car in front to give an added layer of protection between you and the driver in front. The Arteon received a five-star Euro NCAP score which means that this is a fantastically safe car and is perfectly suited to keeping you and your passengers safe but looks good at the same time!

How does the VW Arteon compare to the Passat and the CC?

Whilst positioned in the same segment as the Volkswagen Passat and CC models, The Arteon represents a massive leap forwards for VW in terms of looks, safety and technology and appeals to both the heart and the mind; no mean feat in the automotive industry.

New Volkswagen Arteon

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Interior of the Arteon

Looking for a vehicle that is spacious yes luxurious? The latest VW Arteon could be for you.

With controls that can be adapted to your requirements, while the coordinated colours and materials create a fantastic ambience within the cabin, giving off a very exclusive feel.

No matter which trim level you choose: depending on the equipment line you have a variety of seat covers to choose from, from fabric to ArtVelours or even Nappa leather. Aluminium or fine wood inserts round off the stylish impression of the interior.

interior of Volkswagen Arteon

Exterior of the Arteon

This new sporty saloon is bound to make a statement.​ If style is a key part to play in your next vehicle purchase take a look at the Elegance or R-Line variants, that include many additional features.A wide range of sporty and elegant alloy wheels emphasises the Arteon's attractive design.

exterior of the new Volkswagen Arteon in blue
Alloy wheel of new VW Arteon

Contact Swansway Volkswagen

You can reach our Volkswagen dealerships on 01270 864447 for Crewe, 01978 503518 for Wrexham or 0161 3180604 for Oldham. Alternatively, you can submit an enquiry and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

Taken from the Latin word for art Arteon lettering
Design you can feel Spacious Interior
Panoramic Sunroof Incomparable field of vision

Review of the 2022 Volkswagen Arteon

The Arteon is a stylish , well-built executive car. Now Volkswagen has lightly revised it, but should you consider it?

What is it?

Volkswagen is well-known for models like the Polo, Golf and Passat, but in more recent years it’s aimed to inject some extra style and elegance into its line-up. A great example of this is the Arteon, which was introduced in 2017 as a more glamorous model designed to sit above the Passat in the VW range.
Bringing a stylish design, well-built interior, it was designed to compete with premium executive cars like the Audi A5 Sportback and BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe, it was a very tempting proposition. Now Volkswagen has lightly revised it, but should you consider it?
What’s new?
The Arteon formula was already a good one, so not all that many changes have been made. The main change is the addition of a more practical Shooting Brake model, but here we’re focusing on the regular Fastback bodystyle.
Changes include light front-end revisions, additional technology – including Travel Assist and Matrix LED headlights – along with redesigned climate settings and a new more frugal plug-in hybrid model.
What’s under the bonnet?
With a choice of petrol, diesel and hybrid models on offer with the Arteon, there is certainly no shortage of versions available.
Let’s start with petrols, with a 148bhp 1.5-litre petrol kicking off the range, and being the only version available with a six-speed manual gearbox, as all other models get a DSG automatic transmission as standard. If you want more power, a 197bhp 2.0-litre TSI engine is available, while a full-fat 316bhp ‘R’ model uses a more powerful 2.0-litre petrol unit.
Moving across to diesel engines, all models use a 2.0-litre turbocharged TDI unit. Outputs of 148bhp or 197bhp are available, with the latter also getting the option of 4Motion all-wheel-drive, as the rest of the Arteon range (with the exception of the R) are all front-wheel-drive.
Plug-in hybrids are proving popular in the executive car class, and in the Arteon the combination of a 1.4-litre petrol engine and electric motor produces 215bhp. Once the battery is fully charged, Volkswagen says it can travel up to 35 miles, with Volkswagen claiming up to 217.3mpg, with CO2 emissions of just 30g/km.
What’s it like to drive?
The Arteon is a very solid choice behind the wheel. Refinement is very important in this class, and this VW’s quiet engines and lack of road and wind noise are impressive even at higher speeds. If you value comfort, it’s worth choosing an Elegance car too, as this is equipped with slightly smaller wheels and a more comfort-focused suspension setup.
Down twistier stretches of road, the Arteon might be the most fun car to drive in its class, but the well-weighted steering and punchy engines still make it a respectable choice in this class.

How does it look?

One of the best things about the Arteon is the way it looks, and it remains a stunning piece of design. With its sharp lines, intricate chrome grille and almost coupe-like profile, it’s one of the most stylish cars in its class, and arguably more attractive than many German rivals that might be considered to be ‘more premium’.
A new LED light strip that runs between the standard lights and central VW badge at the front adds to the appeal too, while the sportier-looking R-Line version continues to bring additional street cred to the Arteon with its larger alloy wheels and more aggressive bodykit.
What’s it like inside?
There’s plenty to like about the Arteon, and with a large level of seat and steering wheel adjustability on offer, it’s very easy to get comfortable. The basic interior design is borrowed from the Passat, which is no bad thing, as it means you get a very smart and intuitive layout, with easy-to-use technology, though some of the haptic buttons on the steering wheel do take a little bit of time to get accustomed to.
The Arteon is also a very practical choice, with adults still able to get comfortable, though taller adults might find their head close to the roof lining. But there’s a very generous amount of legroom, while the 563-litre boot is a great size, if slightly smaller if you go with the plug-in hybrid, due to their batteries.
What’s the spec like?
The regular Arteon is available in two trim levels – Elegance and R-Line. There’s no shortage of standard equipment, either, with even these ‘regular’ versions coming with 18-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, a reversing camera, large touchscreen and digital instrument cluster.
The R-Line model adds even more to the table, including its more aggressive body kit, large 19-inch alloy wheels, 30-colour ambient interior lighting and a panoramic sunroof.
The Volkswagen Arteon is a very appealing model in the executive car segment. Though the Volkswagen badge might have quite the same allure as some German rivals, this model’s combination of quality, technology and style really help it excel.
Add in the Arteon’s great line-up of engines, pleasant driving experience and practical cabin and it makes it a great choice.

†At the end of the agreement there are three options: i) pay the optional final payment and own the vehicle; ii) return the vehicle: subject to excess mileage and fair wear and tear, charges may apply; or iii) replace: part exchange the vehicle 1£5,000 towards your deposit when purchased on Solutions PCP. 2Acceptance fee is not required. 3 Payable at the end of your agreement. With Solutions Personal Contract Plan. 18s+. Subject to availability and status. T&Cs apply. Ordered by 30/06/2022 from participating Retailers. Excludes Arteon eHybrid. Indemnities may be required. Subject to changes in vehicle or equipment prices. Not available in conjunction with any other finance offer and may be varied or withdrawn at any time. Accurate at time of publication 04/22. Freepost Volkswagen Financial Services. *Service plan must be purchased at point of sale and covers the first two consecutive services limited to 1x oil service and 1x oil and inspection service.