THROUGH THE RANGE
Our guide to which trim level might suit you
THERE’S more choice available with the L200 than the Amarok and Ranger, although for many models you’re limited to a manual box. To get into an automatic you’ll have to go for a Warrior or Barbarian, but here we’re only looking at deals for the double-cab versions.
Warrior trim sits near the top of the range, with only Barbarian above it. Features include a reversing camera, heated leather seats and a seven-inch touchscreen sat-nav system.
With a similar initial rental to the deals on the Amarok, our example three-year/10,000mile contract-hire quote means you’ll pay £243 a month for a Warrior with metallic paint. Barbarian spec adds a soft-opening tailgate and more premium interior trim. For that you’ll pay £253 a month, with a slightly higher initial rental of £3,036.