Used Volkswagen Amarok Vans

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Volkswagen Amarok  2018, 99150 miles, £19995 +19
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2018

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 99,150

Diesel

Volkswagen Amarok  2017, 20129 miles, £26994 +19
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2017

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 20,129

Diesel

Volkswagen Amarok  2017, 39400 miles, £26994 +19
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2017

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 39,400

Diesel

Volkswagen Amarok 2.0 DC TDI HIGHLINE 4MOTION 4d 1 +15

2012

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 115,000

Diesel

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Why buy a used Volkswagen Amarok with Exchange and Mart?

Want a posh pick-up? Then this, on paper at least, is your best option, Volkswagen's second generation Amarok. The original version launched in 2010, went on to sell 830,000 worldwide and is still in production in Argentina. This new one's rather different, built for VW by Ford in Pretoria, South Africa and designed in concert with arguably its closest rival, the Ford Ranger. Wolfsburg wants us to know that it's still very Volkswagen though, with an image slightly up-market of that of the Ford, an arguably more car-like cabin and a lot of the drive assist tech features we've recently become used to seeing on VW cars. It should appeal to a wider market as well. Previously, people rarely considered an Amarok as an alternative to something like a Toyota Hilux. Now they might because in this form, it can tow more, carry more, go deeper through water and go further off road. Sounds promising.

About the Volkswagen Amarok

We expected this second generation Amarok to be smarter, better connected and classier inside - and it is. We were more surprised by just how much it's improved in terms of practicality, towing ability and off road prowess. As before, you do have nagging worries in the plush, car-like cabin as to whether this vehicle is really going to prove as tough and durable as its Asian rivals in the long term. But these are concerns your Volkswagen Van Centre will be quick to play down, pointing to this Amarok's development in the Patagonian wilderness. And in summary? Well, this Volkswagen isn't going to be produced in global numbers high enough to threaten its Oriental rivals' world pick-up market dominance, but in terms of product excellence, it certainly should give them plenty to think about. At last in this sector, with a bit of help from Ford, Volkswagen has given the Far East something it can learn from.