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All Volkswagen Amaroks fitted with the new automatic transmission are paired with the permanent 4Motion all-wheel drive with a torsion differential as opposed to the 4Motion system with selectable four-wheel drive.It’s a more than capable system, as our dual-cab Highline auto model demonstrated in the Flinders sand dunes.The ride comfort on board the Volkswagen Amarok with the standard-fit heavy-duty suspension package is mostly well sorted, although our dual-cab 4Motion Trendline model (without load) displayed some rear-end fidgetiness over sections of uneven bitumen, but without upsetting the vehicle’s excellent on-road balance.
Our average speed across the Flinders was just over 100km/h, which showed an engine speed of around 1750rpm in eighth gear.
Maximum speed is achieved in seventh gear, however, while eighth is configured for overdrive with reduced engine speeds for fuel-efficient freeway cruising.
The key benefit of the single-cab Amarok though, is its extended-length (an increase of 650mm over the dual-cab).
It’s enough to handle two Euro-size pallets (1200 x 800mm – per pallet) sideways and has a payload capacity of 1.19 tonnes, exceeding its main rivals by as much as 27 per cent, according to Volkswagen.
The Volkswagen Amarok has so far struggled to gain critical volume against such formidable competition as the Ford Ranger, Mazda BT-50, Toyota Hilux, Nissan Navara and Mitsubishi Triton, as well as the recently released Holden Colorado and Isuzu D-Max, all of which offered greater range in the ute segment – until now.