Used Volkswagen Caddy Vans in Scotland

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Volkswagen Caddy C20 TDI STARTLINE +26

2013

Manual

Mileage: 79,436

Diesel

Volkswagen Caddy C20 Cargo Commerce Pro SWB 102 PS +29
Volkswagen Caddy £26,991

2021

Manual

Mileage: 6,794

Diesel

Volkswagen Caddy 2.0 TDI BlueMotion Tech 102PS Tre +29
Volkswagen Caddy £15,795

2018

Manual

Mileage: 34,955

Diesel

Volkswagen Caddy SWB L1H1 [PETROL] (SOLDcm) C20 Ts +39
Volkswagen Caddy £15,995

2019

Manual

Mileage: 11,551

Petrol

Volkswagen Caddy 2.0 TDI BlueMotion Tech 102PS Sta +22
Volkswagen Caddy £17,754

2019

Manual

Mileage: 32,439

Diesel

Volkswagen Caddy 2.0 TDI BlueMotion Tech 102PS Sta +22
Volkswagen Caddy £15,954

2019

Manual

Mileage: 55,282

Diesel

Volkswagen Caddy SWB L1H1 C20 Tdi 75hp Side Door [ +39

2012

Manual

Mileage: 115,771

Diesel

Volkswagen Caddy 1.6 C20 TDI TRENDLINE 2015, 69170 +19

2015

Manual

Mileage: 69,170

Diesel

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Why buy a used Volkswagen Caddy Cargo with Exchange and Mart?

With three million sales on the board, the Caddy is well established as the core starting point for Volkswagen's commercial vehicle line-up. Its history dates back to 1978 and a Golf-based US market pick-up called the Rabbit which was brought to Europe and rebadged 'Caddy' in 1982. But the Caddy's history as a small van really began in earnest with the second generation model of 1995. That became more sophisticated in the third generation form of 2003 which was subsequently offered in lengthened 'Caddy Maxi' form. By now, MPV and Camper variants were also available - and offered with both body lengths. The 'Caddy 4' fourth generation design of 2015 was visually very little different from its predecessor but much more sophisticated in terms of comfort, safety and efficiency. Five years on though, it was time for a more radical change, which brings us to the fifth generation model we're going to look at here.

About the Volkswagen Caddy Cargo

This Caddy's predecessor set the quality benchmark for compact van design, just as this fifth generation model does today. If you want a snapshot of just how far small LCVs have come, then we'd suggest that you check one of these out. The Wolfsburg brand thinks that operator preferences will lie in areas like efficiency, safety and technology, priorities this MK5 model Caddy addresses with class-leading thoroughness. That's not to say it can't be a practical choice. The respective 3.1m3 and 3.7m3 carriage capacities of the standard and Maxi versions are all most operators will need, especially given the increases in load bay length, height and width. It all means that if you specify your Caddy carefully, you could create a very complete little business tool indeed. And in summary? Well there are, it's true, bigger and more affordable vans than this one in the compact LCV sector. We reckon though, that most business buyers in this segment, most of the time, would rather have a Caddy. And that really says it all.