In the world of compact vans, none have been as successful in Australia as the Volkswagen Caddy. Since it launched locally back in 2012 the Caddy has conquered its segment by offering a mix of powertrains and body styles to suit buyer needs.
The Caddy range consists of short- and long-wheelbase vans for commercial purposes, with petrol and diesel engines available. Those versions are called Caddy Van. Then there are the other Caddy models – passenger-friendly versions with five or seven seats, but still with a practical loadspace at the rear.
In case you couldn’t tell, the Volkswagen Caddy range is extensive. It starts at $25,840 for the Caddy TSI160, and spans all the way up to $40,090 for the Caddy Maxi Comfortline TSI220.
This vehicle is also known as Volkswagen Rabbit Pickup, SEAT Inca, Volkswagen Van.