- Hit UK Van Centres on the September 7
- VW Caddy starts from £13,500 plus VAT
- VW Transporter starts from £17,745 plus VAT
The all-new Volkswagen Caddy and Volkswagen Transporter will be arriving in VW Van Centres this week. We tested the new vehicles earlier in the summer, and were impressed by the higher levels of comfort, safety and refinement on both vans.
Across the UK, there are 72 Volkswagen Van Centres and dealerships are offering various new finance offers and deals. Test drives can be pre-booked via the website (book your VW Caddy or VW Transporter test drive) and prices start from £13,500 for Caddy and £17,745 for Transporter on the road, excl. VAT.
The events also mark the launch of the new ‘Perfected over generations’ marketing campaign, which reinforces to customers that the new vans are the result of over 60 years of development and evolution. Volkswagen is the only manufacturer that slowly ‘evolves’ its products, rather than carrying out major overhauls every ten years.
2015 Volkswagen Caddy
Starting from £13,500 plus VAT, the Volkswagen Caddy C4 keeps the same 1.6-litre and 2-litre engines and the same architecture as the previous generation, with the biggest alterations being made to the cab and the amount of safety and driver assist systems.
As with the previous generation, there are three trim levels (Startline, Trendline and Highline), two wheelbases (standard and Maxi), one roof height and three power ratings: 74bhp and 101bhp on the 1.6 and 138bhp on the 2-litre.
Read the full 2015 Volkswagen Caddy review.
2015 Volkswagen Transporter
The latest incarnation of the UK’s most desirable medium panel van is available from just £17,745 plus VAT. Featuring cleaner, more efficient engines, the Transporter is available with a range of four 2.0-litre engines with outputs of 83bhp, 101bhp, 138bhp and 178bhp (Highline only) and a Euro-6 versions of the 101bhp output.
All models benefit from Volkswagen’s acclaimed BlueMotion Technology modifications as standard. These include low rolling resistance tyres, regenerative braking and Start/Stop systems to reduce fuel consumption, meaning the new Transporter is cleaner and more efficient than the outgoing model.
Read the full 2015 Volkswagen Transporter review.