Our guide to which trim level might suit you

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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.

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