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It’s clear those tax saving will be as interesting to many drivers as how the V6 Amarok performs, although the most powerful 221bhp version we tried has plenty of punch for overtaking and a stump-pulling 550Nm of torque from 1,500rpm for towing or tackling serious 45-degree off-road inclines.
• Best pick-up trucks to buy now The first of those upgrades is designed to answer owner feedback that 2.0-litre engines are insufficiently macho, while the second brings the Amarok user experience right up to date like any ‘fully connected’ passenger car.
A mild facelift to headlamps and bumper mark the updated model out externally, but in other respects the Amarok is basically unchanged.
Without the HMRC tax break, it’s doubtful VW would bother offering the Amarok in the UK at all.
There are almost no private sales, but the ‘loophole’ benefit for company drivers is huge.
With emissions of 199g/km of CO2 the new V6 Amarok would have a benefit-in-kind tax rate of 37 per cent of its purchase price if it were a passenger vehicle - the same as a 3.2-litre diesel Mitsubishi Shogun.