I don't know why I am so unlucky. In my last threat I posted about how the dealership gave me the wrong car and I drove it around for 3 weeks before the dealer figured it out. With the first Atlas, I had a horrible door rattle. The Atlas that is actually mine has multiple issues. First issue, the VW car net doesn't work. The VW car net services could not find a signal in my Atlas and requires dealership attention. Second problem, I have a steering wheel issue that sounds like the the steering will rubs against the column. The dealer said it was my struts and bearings making the sound and the parts have been on order for 2 weeks already. I am second guessing that diagnosis. The sound is coming straight from the steering wheel. The third problem is that my MPH mechanism had to be recalculated. The dealer put 20 inch rims on my Atlas from the 18's and did not re-cal the odometer or whatever they had to calibrate. It was reading 1-2 MPH off. The fourth problem was my fog lights had an issue of not turning on. The last issue was that I had "rail dust" or rail Rust" all over the car. The dealer agreed to take care of the "rail dust/rust" by sending me to their third party contractor for a full detail. During the process of removing all the grime from transport, the detail company put a dent in the car and burned the paint off the front right fender. The contractor denied the mistake and told me to go to the dealer and the dealer paid to get the dent removed and re-paint the fender. The repairs were done today and when I got home I noticed small swirl scratches in the car throughout. I am going to choose to ignore them because you can see them unless you look closely. I have spent the last two days at two different dealers that was 7 hours in the waiting room each day. The last two items that need to be fixed is the steering wheel column being attended to and the VW car net issue. I see why VW has a 6 year/72K warranty. This is the first VW that I have bought and probably the last. If you are reading this and considering a VW, please explore other options. I have never had this many issues with a new car. Consider the Hyundai Palisade or the Chevy Traverse. Both are very comparable in passenger space and cargo room. Out of curiosity, has anyone had these same issues?