Turn heads on the street or turn it loose in the bush with the best ute around. The powerful V6 engine and the legendary stability of the ladder frame chassis make for a ute that’s more than capable of tackling even the toughest terrain. Add to that 4MOTION 4X4 with optional rear differential lock, and it’s no wonder the Amarok is one of the best in the business.
No matter where your work might be or how you like to spend your spare time - the engine in your Amarok V6 always makes sure every adventure on any terrain is no challenge.
Introducing the Amarok V6 Sportline now from $69,990*
Experience power in a class of it's own with the Amarok V6 Sportline. This 3.0-litre Turbo Diesel V6 engine offers up to 200kW of power (in overboost mode) and 580Nm of torque, so you wont need any help overtaking the Joneses.
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3.5 tonne towing
The Amarok V6 has the power and torque to tackle heavy loads. Whether you need to hitch up the boat or load the trailer on the building site. The Amarok V6 can take on the challenge.
Brakes - Stopping Power
The most powerful ute in its class also boasts extreme stopping power. Not only does the Amarok V6 have large brakes, it features front and rear ventilated disc brakes, which means superior braking performance and reduced chance of brake fade.
Overboost - Dial up the kW
The Amarok V6 Overboost feature provides a short burst of power that ramps the engine's output to an additional 10kW extending maximum torque delivery. With up to ten seconds of distinctly more grunt.
All roads aren't made the same and neither are all gearboxes. The Amarok V6 features a unique 8 speed automatic gearbox and is matched to the Permanent 4x4 Torsen® to deliver high levels of grip no matter what path you choose.
With a range of models, you are bound to find a vehicle to suit your needs.
Whether your Volkswagen is brand new or has been handed down through generations, you will always receive genuine care and transparent pricing from our network of approved service centres across New Zealand.