The popular VW Caddy has won numerous awards from commercial vehicle magazines, and is Volkswagen’s second best selling van in the UK behind the VW Transporter. Being slightly bigger than a car, the Caddy fits in to the smaller end of the van market (the load volume is 1780mm x 1558mm x 1257mm high, though the width narrows to 1170mm between the wheel arches).
The Caddy van can carry around 1000kg, and loading this small van’s 3.2m3 volume is easy because it’s possible to access the front of the load area thanks to the sliding door at the side of the vehicle. This also makes opting for a VW Caddy van lease an even better choice for delivering goods in towns and city centres.
Although slightly more expensive than some alternatives, the Volkswagen Caddy is well equipped and does offer excellent value for money. ABS and EBD safety systems come with engine braking control technology, and an iPod compatible CD and MP3 stereo means you won’t be without your favourite songs when Volkswagen Caddy van leasing.
The dashboard resembles that of a VW car and the interior is laid out in an uncluttered and practical way. The Caddy drives similarly to a car and it doesn’t feel like anything’s going to drop off without warning either. Road noise is well suppressed and the front seats offer good support which is a blessing for longer journeys.
Volkswagen Caddy van leasing is not only great value, but the vehicles themselves are excellent too. Give us a call or fill in a “Quote Me” form today for a fast and tailored VW Caddy van lease quote!
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