Hey thanks for the tip! I will be going to my dealer soon enough to get rid of that annoying vibration.Hi, I have experienced the same issue 5 or 6 of you posted in this Forum. I bought my Atlas 2018 Comfortline V6 3.6 lts on Nov. 30, 2017 with a set of winter tires in original VW alloy wheels. I drove for 21 days in December and I parked in my garage for my Christmas Holidays. Mid January I put it again in the road and beginning February I start to feel and shaking when the car goes between 60 to 80 Km/Hr. I went to the dealership and the service consultant went with me for a Drive Test to replicate the problem and he could replicated and then I left my car there for one day, they told me it was balancing but I insisted that the vibration was not in the steering wheel it was in the seat, floor and body of the car. I took my Atlas and during the next week in the commute Home-Office-**** the vibration was still there. I went for second time to the dealership and a technician went with me for a Drive Test and he also could replicate the vibration, I left my Atlas there and in the afternoon they said they checked balance, pressure and inspect the winter tires and everything looked ok. So the vibration continue for a couple of weeks and I went back to the dealership for another issue with an accessory I bought for my Atlas and talked to the Service Manager about the vibration which at that time happened even between 20 to 40 Km/Hr, from 60 to 95-100 Km/Hr and at 120 Km/Hr with the cruise control in Highway (new pattern!!) and I felt the sound of the car was different and the vibration constant at 120 Km/Hr. They told me I was lucky since a VW Engineer was in the dealership that day they was going to ask him to go for a Drive Test, the VW engineer's conclusion was that the compound of the winter tire rubber was reacting in that way because of the weather which did not convince me. So I insisted and went last Monday with my summer tires in the trunk and ask them let me drive one of their two shuttles (Atlas 2018) which are equipped with the same rims and tires than mine to see if the vibration also appeared on it and the winter tires react in the same way that mine. In summary, the shuttle did not experience any vibration, they installed the summer tires in my Atlas and went for a Drive Test, and the vibration was still there. Now the found that the vibration is caused by the Drive Shaft and my Atlas is right now in the dealership waiting for the parts to be replace and see if the vibration gone. I will keep all you posted about the results.
I do believe it comes from a bad driveshaft.. Now that I think about it, it started not long after I went into a very bad pothole... It also coincides with having heavy snow in the rear mags. Will keep you posted on the issue!
Do you have any more details on the reparations made ???