Customers who want four wheel drive, will have to pay at least EUR28,107. The Amarok features a full-time all wheel drive system, consisting of a Torsen differential that uses a 40:60 power delivery ratio. The pick-up can also be ordered with a switchable all wheel drive system.
The model powered by the beefier engine of the range, the bi-turbo 2.0 TDI diesel developing 163 hp, starts at EUR28,900 for the rear wheel drive version, and reaches EUR37,169 for the Highline (top equipment level) all wheel drive model.
The bi-turbo TDI powerplant returns a combined cycle fuel consumption of 7.8 l/100 km emits 206 grams of CO2/km, while the 122 hp unit has a combined fuel consumption of 7.6 liters/100. Both engines are matted to a six speed manual transmission, the only gearbox available.
The Amarok currently comes in a four door, double cabin configuration, but a single cab model will be available in the first half of next year. The latter will be retailed for slightly lower prices.
The pickup is available in three trim levels: Base, Trendline (body color front bumper & elements, CD player audio system, manual air conditioning, user display, cruise control & fog lights) and Highline (automatic climate control, premium audio system, leather finishes).