2010 Vw Amarok price

Article by Christian A., on August 25, 2010

Pricing details for the 2010 Amarok pickup for the Germany market have been announced. The mid-size vehicle, which debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, is priced from €26,200 for the two wheel drive version, equipped with the 122 hp 2.0 TDI diesel engine. This model also comes with the Base equipment level.

The four wheel drive costs from €28,100. The Amarok features a full-time all wheel drive system, consisting of a Torsen differential that uses a 40:60 power delivery ratio.

Buyers can also opt for the switchable all wheel drive system. The car, which is equipped with the 163hp bi-turbo 2.0 TDI diesel, is priced from €28,900 for the rear wheel drive version, and from €37,160 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 coupled with a six speed manual transmission, the only gearbox being offered. For now, the Amarok is available in a four door, double cabin configuration, but a single cab model will be available in the first half of next year. The single cab will be priced slightly lower. Full details regarding the 2010 Vw Amarok - here!

When launched, the MY2010 Volkswagen Amarok will be available in three equipment lines. If customers avail of the base version of the VW Amarok, they are treated to mechanical features and heavy-duty components like manual window lifts, manual mirror adjustment and manual door locking mechanisms.

Since the front bumper, mirror housings and door handles of the base Amarok are unpainted, the vehicle is very suitable for heavy-duty use. Additionally, the base version of the new VW Amarok comes with height-adjustable front seats, locking glove box, truck bed lighting and variable folding rear bench seat – all as standard.

Moreover, the Amarok’s radio and navigation system antennas are integrated in the door mirrors. Interested customers may also of the second version of the VW Amarok – the Trendline. Unlike the base version, VW Amarok Trendline has electrically powered window lifts, mirror adjusters and door locks.

Also unlike the base version, VW Amarok Trendline has its front bumper, mirror housings and door handles painted in body color. Coming as standard on this version of the Amarok are a radio with CD player, multi-functional display, semi-automatic climate control system (Climatic), front fog lights and cruise control system, as well as 16-inch alloy wheels.

Topping off all versions is VW Amarok Highline, which builds on the Trendline equipment line but has exclusive features. Upgraded features of the VW Amarok Highline include part-chrome mirror housings, and a number of chrome accents outside and inside. Its body-colored fender flares hug exclusive 17-inch alloy wheels.

VW Amarok Highline also features color contrasting instrument panel -- depending on vehicle configuration -- and an automatic climate control system (Climatronic). Moreover, VW Amarok Highline boasts of a higher performance sound system and chic fabric seat covers.

In case customers aren’t contented with the standard features on their Amarok, they could also avail of a wide range of accessories like the styling bar, cargo cover and running boards as well as large selection of alloy wheels. Buyers of the base VW Amarok could also avail of the Multi-Connect mounting system that comes as standard for the Trendline and Highline.

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