Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Australia has expanded its award-winning Amarok range to include the new Canyon Special Edition.

Based on the TDI400 and TDI420 Highline models, the Canyon comes standard with an array of features which sets it above other Amaroks in the range.

Canyon features black gloss sports and side bars, 17-inch Roca alloy wheels with Pirelli Scorpion AT-R tyres, impact and UV-resistant load area coating in the tray, tinted tail lamps and unique ‘Canyon’ rear and side decals.

The interior is also equipped with a higher grade of unique standard features, including satellite navigation, reversing camera and two-tone Nappa leather interior with orange stitching.

Canyon is available in a choice of four colours, including Candy White, Deep Black metallic, Reflex Silver metallic and unique to the Canyon range, Copper Orange metallic (as shown here).

RRP for Canyon TDI400 six-speed manual is $56,990 plus ORC. RRP for Canyon TDI420 8-sp Automatic is $59,990 plus ORC. TJ

3 Responses to Volkswagen launches Amarok Canyon Special Edition

  • John says:

    Please, please, spare me. Call it anything but “Truck” Jungle. Call it Ute Jungle! When we can get some “reasonably priced” trucks (really utes) without “sewing machine” engines. Engines that aren’t over-stressed trying to produce 500 Nm of torque that will be lucky to see out 100,000kms. Look in the dictionary what constitutes a “truck” ( certainly not what you keep dishing out). An American Chevy, Ford Fs, Dodge Ram etc maybe, but certainly don’t dish out the “Crap” of Rodeos, Isuzu, VW Amarok, Tritons and the like and call them “Trucks”! It’s like calling “Lemonade” “Beer” Come on guys, go for a different heading or unsubscribe me.
    John

  • Mark Oastler says:

    Each to their own, John. Any vehicle with a separate backbone chassis, minimum one-tonne load-carrying capacity and up to 3.5 tonnes towing capacity is a ‘truck’ in our book so we won’t be changing the name of the site. The Australian automotive landscape is changing rapidly and with the impending demise of the traditional Aussie Falcon and Commodore 2WD ‘utes’ the terminology is changing too (note Isuzu’s ‘Spirit of Truck’ and Holden’s ‘Think Truck’ advertising of late). Thanks for your input though. Always appreciated.

  • Vic Pritchard says:

    Call it what you like but this trendy looking VW style of vehicle is very popular and sure to go well.

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