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Originally released to the European market in 1982, the Caddy has been a longstanding firm favourite within the small van class over its three successive generations of production by German manufacturer Volkswagen. Since its early beginnings the Caddy has been held in high regard due to its excellent build quality, riding enjoyment and ability to hold its value, and the latest model is better than ever. Making its debut at the 2004 Commercial Vehicle Show in Amsterdam, the third generation Caddy shares a platform with Volkswagen's Golf Mk5 and Touran models, and two variants dubbed Life and Maxi were added to the range. The Caddy directly rivals vans like the Ford Transit Connect, Fiat Doblo Cargo and Mercedes Citan.
The latest engines available in the Caddy are Euro-6 compliant, and comprise three variants of the same 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine, while a trio of TSI petrol units are on the cards for future release. The three power outputs currently on offer in the diesel engine are 74bhp, 101bhp and 148bhp; the two smaller capacity units are mated to a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic gearbox, while the high-powered unit receives six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic. Economy figures range between 55.4mpg to 61.4mpg, which can be pushed over 70mpg if Volkswagen's BlueMotion technology is opted for. All guises of the Caddy are responsive, amply powered and comfortable, with little to be faulted.
The payload of the latest Caddy has been increased over its lifespan to now measure in at over one tonne, making it one of the strongest vans in its class. The single roof and wheelbase options in the standard Caddy produce a load volume of 3.2m3, which is easily accessible by the side-hinged rear doors, able to swing out fully to 180 degrees. In terms of technology, the Caddy does not want for much: adjustable steering wheel, three-way adjustable seat, USB and aux-in connectivity, Bluetooth, side and curtain airbags, Front Assist technology, Adaptive Cruise Control and much more is featured in entry-level Startline models as standard.
Hugely practical and reliable, the Caddy is seriously hard to beat in its class, featuring the very best of Volkswagen's technology and well-deserving of its high reputation.
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