Volkswagen Van Models
Everyone loves a Volkswagen. The company has designed three cars that have landed in the top 10 list of best-selling cars. Their used sales are just as impressive as their new and plenty of their Volkswagen van models have been on the road for years. If you’re looking for a used van, looking at Volkswagen models is a great place to start.
Volkswagen Caddy Van
The Caddy model is a great option, no matter what your needs might be. It’s an excellent option as a delivery van or comes with room for seven passengers. The design is catchy, with an integral roof spoiler and rear light clusters. It offers more than enough solutions for storage and you’ll be impressed with the interior acoustics on those long drives.
All models include BlueMotion Technology, which features Start/Stop, Hill Hold Assist, regenerative braking and low rolling resistance tires. On newer versions of the Caddy, you’ll be happy to find Automatic Post-Collision Breaking and the option for Front Assist and City Emergency Brake System. If you purchase a used van, you might still be able to take advantage of the factory included three-year van warranty.
Whether you choose the Caddy Maxi Kombi, Caddy Maxi Panel Van or Caddy Maxi Window Van, you’ll be impressed with the style and function of your new-to-you van. Don’t forget that you can always ask about finance options with your vehicle.
Volkswagen Transporter Van
Now in its sixth generation, the VW Van Transporter is a great option whether you’re buying new or an older used model. You’ll be impressed with standard safety features, impressive attention to interior comfort and a professional and sleek design.
There are three versions of the Transporter available, including the Transporter Panel Van, Transporter Kombi and Transporter Shuttle. You’ll love the car-like comfort of the Panel, the extra space for crew members in the Kombi and the flexible seating options in the Shuttle that allow you to make sure each passenger is comfortable.
Volkswagen Crafter Van
If you need something that’s a little more equipped for those heavy duty jobs, the Crafter is perfect. It features extra cargo space compared to other models, almost as much as a Luton box van, without compromising driver and passenger comfort. Whether you need a basic panel van or a window van with plenty of seating or an adaptable chassis cab with a dropside or tipper, the Crafter can accommodate your needs and then some.
The Crafter is available in three different wheelbases, allowing you to move loads of up to 29 tonnes. There are also four body lengths, giving the option of easily carrying items almost 5m long and with three roof heights, cargo up to 17m isn’t a problem.
You’ll also enjoy plenty of safety features, like Volkswagens’ Electronic Stabilization Programme (ESP), which combines a Traction Control System, an Anti-Lock Braking System and Electronic Brake Force Distribution. This means that your van actually senses its load weight and prevents swerving, skidding and accidents. While safety is often compromised in larger vans, the opposite is true in the Crafter.