It's lighter and more fuel-efficient, not to mention less complex, than a 4x4; It's $8000 cheaper than a 4x4; It's otherwise the same car – surely this makes sense for towing and touring!
Still no blind-spot detection or rear cross-traffic alert; No manual choice; Please don't call it a 'Hi-Rider'
More load space, more payload; The raw numbers say this conversion improves utility and versatility; Impressive driveline and chassis take the conversion in their stride; A factory-backed chassis stretch is unique
GVM upgrades upset the Amarok's otherwise smooth-riding nature; It needs a button to turn off parking sensors off-road; No low-range hurts off-road, especially in reverse
Comfortable and practical, both on- and off-road; Capable off-road, and ripe for improvement; Unique RamBox feature is quite handy in the bush
A locking rear differential would improve things off-road; Size and length can be a handful in some situations; If you don't want the RamBox, you're better off with the Laramie