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Amarok Double Cab Auto now 4x2 too


THE Amarok Double Cab automatic is a vehicle that we are very familiar with, only in 4Motion guise. Now, there is a 4x2 derivative that improves upon its four-wheel- drive sibling’s fuel consumption with figures of 8.2 litres/100km and CO2 emissions of 216 g/km.

VW claim that the eight-speed automatic transmission makes it possible to achieve a wider gear ratio spread between the 1st and 8th gears compared to a conventional automatic transmission.

 Power and torque outputs remain the same at 132kW/420Nm from a 2.0-litre BiTDI engine. The small unit is certainly not shy with a top speed of 180km/h in 7th gear and a 10.6 second sprint from 0 - 100 km/h.

 The new derivative comes standard with ESP brake assist and Hill Start/Hill Descent assist, ABS including off-road ABS, driver and front passenger air bag, daytime running lights, park distance control (rear), 17-inch alloy wheels, radio/CD (MP3 capable) with six speakers, Climatronic two-zone air conditioning system, electrically foldable mirrors, storage drawers under front seats, cruise control and 12-volt socket in centre console, dashboard and load box.


Amarok Double Cab 2.0 BiTDI 132kW 4x2 Auto Highline                  R467 700



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