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The Sport­line (as tested here) is the cheap­est of the Amarok V6 mod­els and looks more like a com­mer­cial-grade rather than a recre­ational ute. Stan­dard equip­ment in­cludes front and front-side airbags (but no airbags in the rear of the cab), tilt-and-reach steer­ing wheel ad­just­ment and four-wheel disc brakes – equip­ment that’s also stan­dard with four-cylin­der Amarok mod­els. The Sport­line V6 also has dual-zone cli­mate, front and rear park­ing sen­sors, a rear-view cam­era, Ap­ple CarPlay, 18-inch al­loys and a 12V out­let and light­ing for the tray. Un­like the more ex­pen­sive High­line V6, the Sport­line doesn’t have sat-nav, side­steps, chrome sports bar, tyre-pres­sure mon­i­tor­ing, bi-xexon head­lights and LED day­time run­ning lights.

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