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2WD Utes

Holden Commodore
  • That noise... both inside and outside the cabin; Stacks of room in the first and second rows; Brakes hold up even after several laps of the race track; Ride and handling not compromised by FE3 suspension or low profile tyres

  • Infotainment system now getting quite dated compared to the rest of the segment; We won't be seeing a V8 in the next-generation Commodore; Some dealers asking big dollars for remaining stock

Mazda BT-50
  • Cabin is comfortable and well executed; Once rolling, the engine has plenty of punch; Feels insulated, solid and well put together

  • Misses out on Mazda's excellent MZD infotainment; Fuel usage a little higher than the segment leaders; Turbo lag at city speeds can get annoying

Volkswagen Amarok
  • Ride both unladen and laden is excellent; Cabin design and finish is the best in the segment by some margin; Incredible value at this price point

  • No second row airbags or active safety kit available; Rear-view camera doesn't have the clarity we'd like; Second row seating doesn't offer as much legroom as the segment leaders

Nissan Navara
  • Willing twin-turbo diesel engine is among the best in class; Clever seven-speed automatic; Good comfort, in spite of larger wheels; Plenty of equipment for the money

  • Slow steering dulls the drive experience; Media system not as good as some rivals; Back seat comfort and convenience could be better; Struggles at real hard work

Isuzu D-Max
  • Tough diesel engine has plenty of power and torque; Gearbox is excellent at any speed; Excellent tray is ready for work

  • No satellite navigation seems an oversight; Not as sharply priced as others in the segment; Doesn't get five stars from ANCAP like others in the range