Prices for the new VW Caddy announced

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The stylish interior for the new VW Caddy

Prices for the new VW Caddy have been announced with the vehicle set to reach our shores from September though the order books open this month.

The VW Caddy will have prices starting at £13,500 ex-VAT for the short wheelbase C20 Startline model which comes with the excellent 2.0 litre TDI engine which produces 75 PS.

After the VW Transporter, the Caddy is the next best-selling model in the Volkswagen range and is packed with technology, safety innovation and it has excellent comfort levels.

This is the fourth generation of the VW Caddy and hopes are high that it will contribute to be a sales success.

Buyers have the option of three trim levels and two wheelbase versions.

Load capacity for the new VW Caddy

The maximum version of the VW Caddy is 469 mm longer than the short wheelbase’s 1,781 mm and has a load capacity of 4.2 cubic metres.

And with the Caddy competing in a fiercely fought segment, it comes with an impressive line-up of standard equipment including heated and electrically adjustable wing mirrors, a 5inch touchscreen which comes with Bluetooth capability and DAB.

There’s also a lockable glove box and safety features include front side and curtain airbags, a post-collision braking system and seatbelt reminder.

Other models come with body coloured bumpers, wing mirrors and handles, rear parking sensors, driver’s lumbar support and cruise control.

There’s also under seat storage, a multifunction display and wheel covers.

VW Caddy Highline price revealed

Topping the VW Caddy range is the Highline which costs from £16,650 and has daytime running lights heated front windscreen, front fog lights, alloy wheels, climatic air conditioning, dimming rearview mirror, intermittent wipers, and a Thatcham category 1 alarm.

The VW Caddy is also being launched with a 2.0 litre diesel unit which produces three power outputs ranging from 102 PS to 150 PS and is coupled to a five or six speed manual gearbox.

The higher powered engines can be optioned with the firm’s DSG auto gearbox.

All of the engines can be specified with their BlueMotion technology which means they should return around 66mpg while having CO2 emissions of 114g/km.

There’s a lot to offer with the VW Caddy and no doubt they will continue to be a popular best seller.