Bolder and sharper exterior design and completely new car-like dashboard with high-quality interior finish underpin the Caddy's cutting-edge appeal. Max payload: 735kg / Max load length: 1779mm / Max load width: 1556mm / Max load height: 1244mm.
Beginning life in 1980 as a Pickup the Volkswagen Caddy had a panel van version introduced in 2004 and has since become one of the most popular vans in the small van segment. There is a decent range of bodystyles available and advanced infotainment options stand the caddy out above the rest.
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The variety of bodystyles means the caddy appeals to a lot of people, from those who need lots of cargo space with a small, nimble van to those looking to carry people about in style. There are three TDI Diesel engines available for the caddy, producing 75, 102 or 150 horsepower and three petrol TSI engines producing 84, 102 or 125 horsepower. There is an option to fit an Automatic gearbox to the higher powered engines.
The Caddy is extremely versatile and can function as a workhorse carrying lots of cargo, or for carrying a large crew, or even passengers, whilst maintaining excellent driveability and comfort.
The entry level or the standard van is a class leader in its own right. It is a functional and versatile vehicle that also manages to maintain a high level of comfort. Which is handy if you spend a lot of time in your van.
The Volkswagen Caddy Panel Van is available with the following transmissions:
The Volkswagen Caddy Panel Van scored 4 for overall safety with EuroNCAP.
Euro NCAP is an independent organisation providing motoring consumers with an impartial assessment of the safety performance of popular cars sold in the UK.
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