Special edition Volkswagen Amarok Canyon priced from £28,990 plus VAT

Volkswagen UK has unveiled a special edition of the Amarok called “Canyon” which starts at £28,990 (excluding VAT).

The special edition Amarok Canyon is limited to 350 vehicles and will go on sale on 1 April.

Based on the popular Trendline trim, it features distinctive rugged styling, and over £8,500 worth of extra equipment including: satellite navigation with a six-inch colour touchscreen,Bluetooth, unique styling bars, 19-inch Cantera alloy wheels and heated leather seats.

There are also front and rear parking sensors, privacy glass, a protective coating for the load area, a matt black roll cover, interior floor mats and high-gloss black side styling bars and rear bumper.

The interior boasts Nappa and Vienna leather upholstery in two-tone Moonrock (light grey) and Anthracite (dark grey), as well as leather-covered steering wheel and gear knob with sporty orange stitching.

Optional roof light bar can be added for £945 (ex. VAT).

The Amarok Canyon comes with the 177bhp 2.0-litre BiTDI 180 with 420 Nm of torque and a maximum towing capacity of up to 3,200kg.

Out of 350 planned cars, 50 will b offered with a six-speed manual with selectable 4MOTION and the rest with an eight-speed auto with permanent 4MOTION.


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