Startline comes well equipped for fleets.
More manoeuvrable than front-wheel drive versions, but payload is ‘not overly generous’, writes John Lewis
Optional Business Pack makes the VW Caddy a great all-rounder and an even better prospect for drivers
Improved RVs mean that adding the Business Pack almost pays for itself. By Matt de Prez
After six months of sterling work we bid a sad farewell to our trusty top-of-the-range Caddy
The Volkswagen Transporter's petrol engine running costs and emissions make it suitable for shorter mileage fleets, as found in first drive.
More civilised than many of its competitors, the Crafter is a breeze to manoeuvre, as found in its roadtest.
The Volkswagen Crafter has become more competitive for the 2018 model year, with the addition of new variants that boost its capability and broaden its appeal.
Running on compressed natural gas could be good for business but UK lack of refuelling points may block progress for the Volkswagen Caddy.
Our first drive of the Volkswagen Crafter has shown it is a game-changing award-winning newcomer, despite its disappointing fuel economy.
Upgraded and classy-looking Amarok proves that VW knows how to make an impact on 4x4 truck scene
Now built in Volkswagen’s own Polish factory, the all-new van will offer greater range flexibility compared to its predecessor
Superb build quality and large range of standard features mean dropside is well worth considering
Priced at £15,930, this model is slated to return a healthy 65.7mpg.
With Ford in its sights, company revitalises its range for the iconic model
Legendary model gets extra kit and improved mpg to hold off rivals
Fuel-saving technology gives van 11.8mpg greater economy than standard model
Bluemotion offers combined fuel economy of 38.9mpg and CO2 emissions of 187g/km.
When choosing a van, its ability to do its intended job properly has always taken precedence over whether it was slightly more costly than another on fuel.
Fuel efficiency is up and SMR costs down on new model.