Volkswagen Amarok review

Category: Pick-up

Section: Passenger & boot space

Volkswagen Amarok rear seats - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok front cornering - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok rear cornering - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok dashboard - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok rear seats - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok touchscreen - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok front studio - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok rear studio - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok infotainment
  • Volkswagen Amarok interior
  • Volkswagen Amarok load bay - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok front cornering - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok rear cornering - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok dashboard - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok rear seats - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok touchscreen - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok front studio - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok rear studio - 69 plate
  • Volkswagen Amarok infotainment
  • Volkswagen Amarok interior
  • Volkswagen Amarok load bay - 69 plate

Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Four-door ‘double cabs’ are by far the most popular pickup body style in the UK, so it's hardly surprising that VW offers the Amarok only in this form. Rivals, such as the Ford Ranger and Nissan Navara, are also offered in smaller two-door 'single cab' guise.

Front seat occupants will find plenty of room in all directions, but adults sitting in the back of the Amarok will be left feeling a little cramped due to limited knee room. There's plenty of head room, though, and three adults will fit across the rear bench.