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“In many ways, the V6 Amarok is the new muscle car, and what we’re currently seeing is that many of our customers are buying the Amarok for its on-road abilities and refinement,” Nicholas Reid, marketing manager for Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Australia said.
“While the Core V6 will do that too and more, the Core’s specification is targeted to our heartland off-road driver.”
Despite the off-road focus the Amarok V6 Core won’t come with a low range transfer case, but will instead retain the constant single-range 4×4 system seen on other members of the V6 Amarok range, including an off road mode to alter ABS, stability control, transmission and hill descent control parameters in harsh terrain.
Other equipment highlights include halogen headlights and daytime-running lights, front fog-lights, a black painted rear step bar, cruise control, single-zone climate control, and a leather-trimmed multi-function steering wheel.
Front seats retain manual height adjustment and height-adjustable seat belts, while infotainment keeps its 6.3-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality. A rear-view camera and rear parks sensors are also included, but front sensors remain the preserve of Sportline trim.