The new Volkswagen Caddy will be launched in November 2021

First launched in the local market 1992, it has to date, sold 35 617 units.

In 2020, the fourth generation achieved an impressive share of 88% in the A city van segment. The fifth-generation Volkswagen Caddy will be available in various derivatives: Caddy, Caddy Maxi, Caddy Kombi, Caddy Maxi Kombi, Caddy Cargo and Caddy Maxi Cargo. The new Caddy is built on the modular transverse matrix (MQB) platform, the same as the Golf 8. Caddy and Caddy Maxi – for passenger and lifestyle use Even as a short wheelbase, the Caddy is broader and longer. A stand-out feature is the optional panoramic glass roof, which is the largest in the segment. The Caddy entry-level derivative comes as a short wheelbase with five seats and an optional seven-seat selection. The Caddy Maxi (long wheelbase) comes standard with a seven-seat configuration. Caddy Kombi and Caddy Maxi Kombi – for carrying more people. The Caddy Kombi is ideal for everyday use as well as for sport, leisure, work and holidays. The vehicle can be easily converted to suit various personal and business needs. Both derivatives will be available in long- and short-wheelbase featuring easily removable and folding seats as well as easy-access sliding rear passenger doors. Caddy Cargo and Caddy Maxi Cargo – for carrying bigger loads Highlights of the Caddy Cargo include up to six lashing rings in the load compartment, a brake assist system, electronically adjustable door mirrors, an electronic parking brake with auto hold function, H7 Halogen main headlights and daytime running lights, single near-side sliding door (Caddy Cargo SWB), twin near-side and off-side sliding doors (Caddy Maxi Cargo) and a large modernised interior with practical storage. New driver assistance systems The new Caddy range showcases some of Volkswagen’s most advanced driver assistance systems. With Cruise Control, the new Caddy offers a relaxing drive for longer journeys. Park Assist paired with the Rear-View Camera takes the hassle out of parking in tight spaces, while Trailer Manoeuvring will give drivers the confidence to guide a trailer easily. New Caddy engine line-up The range will be available in two engines – a 1.6MPI developing 81kW and 152Nm and a 2.0-litre TDI producing 81kW and 300Nm. Source: MotorPress

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