Volkswagen Reveals Amarok UK pricing

Volkswagen’s UK division has just released pricing details for the company’s exciting new pick-up, the Amarok, available in three trim levels. Thus, the base Startline model equipped with a 2.0-liter TDI 122 hp engine comes in at £16,995. Expect to pay as much as £18,995 for the Trendline, which comes with a higher of 163 hp from a BiTDI version of the same diesel engine, while the range-topping Highline will cost from £21,575.

The new four-wheel drive is available with the choice of two refined two-liter diesel engines.  All models can be fitted with the more powerful 2.0-liter BiTDI 163 hp engine, while the entry-level 2.0-liter TDI 122 hp is only offered on Startline models.The Startline base come with an extensive list as standard features,including 16-inch alloy wheels, electric front and rear windows, semi-automatic air conditioning and single CD / radio.

The Trendline level offers additional two-zone automatic air conditioning, RCD 310 radio / CD player, cruise control, multifunction computer and a leather-trimmed steering wheel, handbrake and gear knob. Meanwhile, Highline models are also available with the option of 4MOTION Permanent. This permanent four-wheel drive system reduces payload but offers a more car-like driving experience, with improved ride and refinement.

The 4MOTION Selectable four-wheel drive system is available on all models and gives Amarok owners a choice between rear-wheel drive, four-wheel drive and low-range four-wheel drive via a button mounted on the dashboard. All models fitted with this adjustable system have a gross vehicle weight of 3,170 kg (3988 lbs) and more robust suspension which results in a payload of over 1,045 kg (2303 lbs).

Advanced technology and safety systems fitted include six airbags, ESP (Electronic Stability Program) incorporating Brake Assist System (BAS), Traction Control System (TCS), Electronic Differential Lock (EDL), Hill Hold Assist, Hill Descent Control, Trailer Stability Control and off-road ABS, designed to shorten stopping distances significantly on loose surfaces.
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