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If you're in need of a used VW Caddy, check out the range that we currently have available. They are among the most popular vans on the market today, and are priced competitively to ensure you get a fairer deal.

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  • 47 Monthly Payments £225
  • Total Price £11,350
  • Customer Deposit £0
  • Amount of Credit £11,350
  • Apr 10.9%
  • Term 48 months
  • Total Amount Payable £14,647
  • Fixed Rate of Interest 10.37%
  • Annual Mileage 8,000
  • Optional Final Payment £4,069

The Evolution of the Volkswagen Caddy

The Caddy dates back to 1978, where it was originally introduced to the market as a small pick-up vehicle. Some of these early models included a fibreglass hardtop that turned it into a van, and this was what caused the vehicle to evolve throughout the years into the more versatile van that the VW Caddy is today. 

The Caddy went through a number of changes in its second generation, which began production in 1995. It still took the form of a pickup, however, although it began to take its familiar van shape in 2004 when it was released as a modified version of the VW Mk 5 Golf. It then underwent a major overhaul in 2010 and was given an updated interior and exterior, revisions to the line-up of engine sizes, and slight modifications to the cargo area. 

The fourth-generation of the Caddy (released in 2015) wasn't unlike the previous generation, although two, five and seven-seaters became available, and a number of safety features were implemented, including autonomous emergency braking

The 2020 VW Caddy is based on VW Group’s multi-purpose MQB platform and possesses a sleeker look. A number of tech upgrades have been implemented, including digital dials on some variants, and it now has a clever Trailer Assist system, making it one of the most sophisticated small vans currently available.

Engines, trims and features of the VW Caddy

From the 2010 model onwards, the Caddy has been equipped with Volkswagen’s impressive turbodiesel engines, with a choice of 1.6 or 2.0-litre capacities. The 1.6 litre TDI outputs 75bhp or 102bhp and the 2.0 TDI outputs 110bhp and 140bhp. These engine sizes help to make light work of any heavy load, and all choices are economical. 

The Caddy comes in two wheelbases, including the regular Caddy and the longer Caddy Maxi, which contains a second row of seats. Startline, Trendline and Highline models are the trim variants available, although there are also special versions on the market, including the sporty  Black Edition and the fuel-saving BlueMotion. An all-new VW Caddy is due for release in 2021, and this will be called the Volkswagen Caddy Cargo.

All vans come with the features you expect, including Bluetooth connectivity, heated windows, LED load compartment lights, and adjustable seating. However, if you upgrade to the Trendline or Highline models, you get a little more for your money. Additional features with the Trendline include rear parking sensors, an eight-way adjustable driver's seat, and extra storage compartments. And if you opt for the Highline, you also get a sat-nav infotainment system, automatic lights and wipers, front foglights, and alloy wheels. 

If you're looking for a used Volkswagen Caddy for sale, check our site for what we currently have to offer. We have a range of used VW vans for sale, and we are sure to have something that will suit your particular needs.

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