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2015 VW Amarok | new car sales price

2015 Volkswagen Amarok

Two new Amarok variants added, along with spec and revisions for updated Volkswagen ute range.

Volkswagen has updated the Amarok ute range for the first time in over two years, introducing a new single-cab four-wheel drive and a new dual-cab two-wheel drive variants to the 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel ute line-up.

The Amarok Single Cab is now available with the TDI420 (132kW/420Nm) engine and eight-speed automatic, priced at $38,490 as a cab-chassis.

Like other TDI420 models, the new Single Cab auto is paired with Volkswagen's permanent all-wheel drive system, in lieu of the manual models' selectable four-wheel drive system with a low-range transfer case.

The existing Single Cab TDI400 (132kW/400Nm) six-speed manual variant now comes with a colour-coded front bumper and is priced at $35,490 in cab-chassis form.

The Amarok Dual Cab 4x2 is also available with the TDI420 (132kW/420Nm) engine and eight-speed automatic transmission, expanding the range from the single TDI340 (103kW/340Nm), six-speed manual variant offered previously.

All 2015 2WD Amarok Dual Cab utes will now be equipped with cruise control, six-speaker stereo system with 3.5mm and Bluetooth connectivity features, multi-function display and colour-coded front bumper. Cab-chassis pricing starts from $31,490 for the TDI340, with the TDI420 at $36,490.

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Drivetrain options for the Amarok Core Edition (entry 4WD dual cab trim level formerly simply called the Dual Cab), Trendline, Highline and Ultimate variants remain unchanged from the 400TDI (132kW/400Nm) six-speed manual and 420TDI (132kW/420Nm) eight-speed automatic options of the outgoing models.

New features for the Core Edition variants include all-terrain Pirelli tyres, colour-coded front bumper and 16-inch alloys to replace the previous steel units.

2015 Amarok Trendlines gain front and rear parking sensors, flared wheel arches and 17-inch alloys. Satnav and a reversing camera can be optioned, as can improved lumbar support for the front seats.

Highline variants gain a reversing camera, automatic headlights and wipers as well as front seats which provide improved lumbar support. Bi-xenon headlights are available as an option.

The Amarok Ultimate update includes the Core, Trendline and Highline features, then adds leather trim, LED daytime running lights, bi-xenon headlights and 19-inch alloys.

Unfortunately, the 2015 Amarok Highline variants cannot be optioned with the Jimmy Barnes pack unveiled recently.