Used Volkswagen Crafter Vans in Scotland

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Volkswagen Crafter CR35 Panel van Startline MWB 10 +29

2021

Manual

Mileage: 5,927

Diesel

Volkswagen Crafter CR35 Panel van Startline MWB 10 +29

2021

Manual

Mileage: 6,598

Diesel

Volkswagen Crafter LWB L3H3 High Roof Cr35 Tdi Tre +31

2019

Manual

Mileage: 8,741

Diesel

Volkswagen Crafter Luton LWB L3 Cr35 Tdi EURO 5  N +33

2010

Manual

Mileage: 147,000

Diesel

Volkswagen Crafter  2021, 4400 miles, £35995 +24

2021

Manual

Mileage: 4,400

Diesel

Volkswagen Crafter 2.0 TDI 140PS Trendline High Ro +9

2020

Manual

Mileage: 7,227

Diesel

Volkswagen Crafter  2021, 8297 miles, £33450 +14

2021

Manual

Mileage: 8,297

Diesel

Volkswagen Crafter  2020, 18123 miles, £29990 +14

2020

Manual

Mileage: 18,123

Diesel

Volkswagen Crafter 2.0 TDI 140PS Trendline High Ro +13

2020

Manual

Mileage: 18,400

Diesel

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Why buy a used Volkswagen Crafter with Exchange and Mart?

A really large van is the kind of thing your business will need for its heaviest, most awkward loads. The kind of vehicle that, as a result, is likely to get the toughest day-to-day treatment. Such an LCV will also require quite a substantial initial outlay, money you'll want to preserve as far as possible in resale value when the time comes to sell. For all these reasons, when considering a van of this kind, it's tempting to stretch yourself a little and go with the quality option, even if it costs a little more. In this market, that tends to mean either a Mercedes Sprinter or this contender, Volkswagen's Crafter. Both these LCVs ride on the same fundemental underpinnings but are quite different in their approach. We're looking here at a revised version of the Crafter, a vehicle now manufacturered at a bespoke plant created in Poland for its assembly. The Volkswagen also offers slightly more economical running costs, which, along with a lower up-front asking price, explains its established appeal in Britain's biggest LCV sector. It's a position that Volkswagen hopes will be strengthened by the enhancements made to this improved version, which now features a smarter look. The changes are timely, with rivals like Ford's latest generation full-sized Transit now commanding increasing sales in the Crafter's large van segment. This Volkswagen though, now has plenty to offer in response, enough, the Wolfsburg brand hopes, to keep its place near the top of its class, building on a large van heritage for the company which stretches all the way back to 1975. Let's put it to the test.

About the Volkswagen Crafter

Is there a better quality large panel van out there than the Volkswagen Crafter? Assuming you prefer the Volkswagen's engine range and pricing structure to that of its Mercedes Sprinter stablemate, then you'd have to say not. The only issue this vehicle used to have centred upon its running costs, but these are now amongst the most efficient in the class thanks to the adoption of a far cleaner and more frugal set of Euro6 2.0 TDI diesel engines. Yes, the Crafter is priced at a premium compared to rivals but you can see and feel where the extra money goes. Forward-thinking businesses will accept this on the basis that residual values are very strong and the whole vehicle feels - and is - built to last, enabling companies to spread the up-front sticker price over a longer operating period. In ten years time, we'd wager that this vehicle will still be going strong at a point when most of its rivals will be falling to pieces. Enough said.