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Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Van TDi 250 (2011)
Refreshed looks and interior, new cleaner engines with improved efficiency, plus standard ESC and daytime running lights on all models pretty much sums up the latest iteration of the Caddy.
Our test Maxi Van’s 77 kW engine was mated to the optional ($3000) seven-speed DSG gearbox. It’s torquey and motors along quite nicely, the gearbox is slick and quick with the shifts, but feels jerky at parking speeds, making creeping up to walls and the like a trial.
Rear visibility, especially without the optional fixed-glass rear windows, is annoyingly poor.
Rear barn doors, sliding doors on both sides, an 800 kg payload, 2250 mm of flat rear load floor and a claimed 4.2 cubic metres of load volume have practical commercial appeal though.
Torquey motor, ESC as standard
Low speed driveability, poor rear vision
Climate control, 15” steel wheels, cruise control, CD player MP3 compatible and auxiliary input, tilt/reach steering adjustment, power windows and mirrors, remote central locking
Dual front airbags, ABS, EBD, EBA, TCS, ESC, front seatbelt pre-tensioners, daytime running lights, hill-holder system
||Caddy Maxi Van TDi 250
|Price when new
||$30,990 (with optional DSG) MLP
|Current price range
$ - $
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||1.6-litre, DOHC, direct injection, turbo-diesel 4-cyl
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