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Utes and Tradies

Utes and tradies go together like meat pies and tomato sauce, like Queensland and XXXX – like tradies and a cold beer at knock off on a Friday arvo for that matter. Our hardworking Aussie tradies rely on their vehicles for their livelihood, so any work ute worth its salt needs to be practical, functional and hard wearing...

Volkswagen Amarok Review: TDI420

The Volkswagen Amarok emerged in 2011 as a rare European rival to the established Japanese brands in the ute segment. Amarok is built in Argentina but this ute has plenty of hallmarks associated with the German brand. The Volkswagon Amarok range is expansive to give it the broadest coverage against key competitors, comprising single cab chassis, single cab ute, dual cab chassis and dual cab ute, as well as a split of 4x2 (rear-wheel drive) and 4x4...

Ute comparison: Toyota HiLux v Ford Ranger v Volkswagen Amarok v Holden Colorado v Isuzu D-MAX v Nissan Navara v Mazda BT-50 v Mitsubishi Triton

HiLux, Ranger, Triton, Navara, Amarok, BT-50, D-Max, Colorado... CarAdvice reveals which is the best dual-cab ute for work and play.

Volkswagen Amarok Review

The Volkswagen Amarok lifts its presence in the ute segment by introducing an eight-speed automatic and all-new single-cab body.

Volkswagen Amarok off-road review

This is definitely the Uber Ute...

Volkswagen Amarok Review

The Volkswagen Amarok is the first German-branded, Argentinian-built ute to be sold in Australia, and it's one hell of a thing.

Volkswagen Amarok First Steer Review

Update: Volkswagen Amarok Review. Volkswagen Amarok First Steer Review Volkswagen has entered the one-tonne ute market with a model called Amarok. The Euro light-commercial market is dominated by vans and half-tonne utes, hence the German giant’s slowness in building a one-tonner. Volkswagen invited us to the international launch of the Volkswagen Amarok in South Africa...