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Volkswagen adds extra equipment to updated Caddy range

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Volkswagen has increased standard equipment levels, boosted safety features and lowered the prices of petrol models in a 2018 model year update of its Caddy range.

When the model was launched in 2015, the range featured driver, passenger and side airbags and post-collision braking system  as standard.

The 2018 range features autonomous emergency braking (AEB - front assist with city emergency braking) and driver alert as standard.

All three trim grades, Startline, Trendline and Highline, feature increased standard equipment levels.

All models gain a leather multifunction steering wheel and multifunction display (in addition to AEB and Driver Alert), while 2018 Trendline models now feature climatic air conditioning as standard.

Range-topping Highline models gain Volkswagen’s Discover Media satellite navigation system as standard.

As part of the 2018 Caddy package, Volkswagen is also realigning its price structure.

As a result, models equipped with the brand’s TSI petrol engines now cost less than before. For example, the Startline 1.2 TSI 84 PS model now costs £17,527 (total RRP inc OTR and VAT) – some £1,017 less than the previous price.


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  • Richard Anderson - 20/07/2017 19:22

    Will the VW Caddy be helping Rory win the Open this week?

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