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Engine size 1.6
Engine size 1.97
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Volkswagen's third generation Caddy van always set out to offer a classier alternative to other spaciously compact LCVs. It was first launched in 2011, created as an update of the original MK2 model originally introduced in 2004. With two lengths to choose from and multi passenger Kombi or MPV-like 'Life' models, there's plenty of choice, no matter what your load. Here, we look at the post-2011 MK3 range as a used buy.
Although not the biggest or most efficient LCV out there, the third generation Caddy van has proved exceedingly popular with operators for years now. The 2011 model year updates made sure this popularity remained, keeping the model competitive against tough rivals like Citroen's Berlingo and Ford's Transit Connect. Load capacity isn't class-leading, but it'll be more than enough for the majority of users. And there's also the long wheelbase Maxi bodystyle as an option for those who need more space but don't want to trade up to a Transporter.
Whatever your need is in buying a reliable small but spacious van, this one can probably deliver it. If you're looking for an LCV of this sort that can soak up abuse on a building site, make an impression as you drive down the road or confidently tackle a snowy journey in the middle of winter, there's a Caddy that should fit your needs. Add in a quality interior and decent road manners and you can see why business people like it. As a secondhand buy in this segment, it'd always be amongst our top choices.
Borrowing £7,500 on a Hire Purchase agreement over 48 months, a representative APR of 18.5% and a deposit of £0.00,
the amount repayable would be £216.89 a month, with a total cost of credit of £2,910.72 and a total amount
payable of £10,410.72.
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