The Crewvan has been built on a 16 inch wheels platform, with 16 inch steel wheels as standard.
Volkswagen has expanded its Caddy Van range, with the addition of a Maxi Crewvan.
To maximise versatility and storage space the three-seat rear bench splits and folds forward to increase the load capacity from 1.6 to 4.1 cubic metres or it can be removed completely.
The maximum load length is 2.25m with the seats removed and it has a maximum payload of 709kg in manual form. Due to the increased payload requirements, the Crewvan has been built on a 16 inch wheels platform, with 16 inch steel wheels as standard. Rear barn doors are standard equipment for this new variant, but a tailgate is available as a no-cost option.
The Crewvan is powered by a 75kW 1.6-litre TDI engine with 250Nm of torque, coupled with either a 5-speed manual or 7-speed DSG transmission. This highly efficient engine achieves excellent combined fuel consumption of just 5.9 litres/100km for both the manual and DSG versions.
Crewvan TDI250 5-Speed Manual is priced from $29,490 and Caddy Maxi Crewvan TDI250 7-speed DSG from $32,490.