If you liked the Volkswagen Amarok and wished for it to come to the US but were disappointed by the decision of the VW brass to not bring it over, then a piece of good news is in order: it seems Volkswagen is actually considering to do it, having a change of heart.

VW Amarok Front

VW Amarok Front

Initially thought to be dead and buried because of the lack of sales that it would have (Volkswagen thought it wouldn’t bring 100,000 units to be sold, as to be worth it), the Volkswagen Amarok had a stroke of luck because of market conditions and the competition to be reconsidered.

VW Amarok Rear

VW Amarok Rear

The first quarter of the year 2011 will be seeing the Volkswagen Amarok Single Cab version. The Amarok is thought to be identical to the regular version, featuring a 2-litre diesel engine sporting 163 hp and 295 lb/ft of torque and later a 122 hp engine with 295 lb/ft of torque.

Though production won’t top 90,000 units per year, it is still better than nothing at all. Prices starting from 26,000 euros for the standard version of the Volkswagen Amarok.

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  1. Mark Vobornik said :
    March 26, 2015 at 7:19 am

    This is a truck I would love to have, now I have a F150 and will not look at a GM, but with the size of the Amarok and having a diesel that would be awesome. We also own a 2013 Golf TDI, have had a 2012 Tiguan and drove a 2001 Jetta TDI for 300K miles, we love our Vdubs my wife and I

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