Volkswagen Amarok Pricing and Specs
Back when VW’s competitor for the hugely popular pick-up truck/worker’s friend, the Toyota HiLux was launched, in 2011, the idea of the Germans producing such a vehicle seemed highly novel and even a little strange. The sales appeal of these kinds of trucks in Australia is inarguable, however, with the Toyota HiLux, historically, being our biggest-selling vehicle at various times. The Amarok (it means ‘wolf’ in Inuit) was different because it was offering Germanic build quality and a classy interior, along with a choice of single or dual-cab, and two-wheel or four-wheel drive. What cost it some fans early on was the choice of a 2.0-litre engine as the launch power plant, which remained the only option until 2016, when a seemingly more suitable 3.0-litre V6 diesel was offered. VW’s next move with the Amarok is to spin off a seven-seat SUV, aimed once again at Toyota, but this time the Prado.
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