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Friday, February 19, 2010

AMAROK Volkswagen

The Amarok Volkswagen is a pickup of 5.25 m which will be available during the summer of 2010, double cab (four doors and five seats). The version Cab (two doors and two seats) will arrive in the first half of 2011. His competitors called Ford Ranger, Isuzu D-Max Mazda BT-50, Mitsubishi L200, Nissan Navara, Toyota Hilux SsangYong Actyon Sports or Pick Up. It will be available with two diesel engines, a 2.0 TDI 122 PS and 2.0 TDI twin turbo 163 horsepower, thanks to its Volkswagen engine promises to pick up is the most sober all categories confused! While not announce a figure for the moment. The bucket of Amarok has a surface of 2.52 meters (1.55 m long and 1.62 m wide). The rear door opens 90 degrees and therefore the load is completely flat. The loading sill is 78 cm in the absolute is a little high but for a pick up AWD is even very good. The Amarok can carry up to 1150 kg of cargo and tow up to 2,800 kg. There are four retaining rings in the corners of the box for holding articles being transported.
Some elements of the Interior as the dashboard, stereo, air conditioner or the steering wheel are similar to other brand models, like the Volkswagen Golf, Polo and the Scirocco. The Amarok will be available with three equipment levels: "Basic", "Comfortline" and "Highline". The first is more focused on business, there are certain elements such as bumpers, door handles and mirrors that will be unpainted.
All versions have standard four airbags, stability control, hill start assistant, air conditioning and electric windows front and rear.
Items such as lights Fog and automatic climate control are standard only on the upscale versions. The steel wheels 16 "version" base "becomes still and aluminum 16" finish with "Comfortline", 17''with finishing "Highline". Alloy wheels 19 "are optional.
The Amarok will be manufactured at the plant in Pacheco, a city of the province of Buenos Aires (Argentina). Its name means wolf in the language of the Inuit of northern Canada and Greenland.

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