Volkswagen Caddy specifications vary enormously between its three trim levels; the Startline, Trendline and Highline. In this article, we break down what each of the trim levels offer, and how much you should be expected to pay at list price.
Priced from £16,545 plus VAT. This model looks relatively basic on the outside with just asymmetric rear wing doors with heated rear window and wash-wipe (Caddy), asymmetric rear wing doors with opaque windows (Caddy Maxi and C20+), black passenger car-style door mirrors and handles, black front and rear bumpers, heat insulating windscreen, a single side loading door (twin on Caddy Maxi) and 15-inch steel wheels.
On the inside, customers receive Austin cloth upholstery, a controlled heating system with dust and pollen filter and air recirculation, electric windows, passenger seat with reach and rake adjustment, reach and rake adjustable steering column, 12V socket and a Composition Colour DAB+ radio.
Volkswagen Caddy Trendline
Priced from £18,135 plus VAT. On top of the Startline, the VW Caddy also receives climatic air conditioning, cruise control with speed limiter, height adjustment for driver and front passenger seats, storage compartments under driver and front passenger seats, twin sun visors with vanity mirrors, 8-way adjustability on driver’s seat including lumbar support and covers for the steel wheels.
Volkswagen Caddy Highline
Priced from £19,670 plus VAT. Flagship Highline models receive the Lights & Vision pack – including auto-dimming rear-view mirror, rain sensor with automatic wipers and intermittent control. On the outside, there are front fog lights, heated windscreen and a Thatcham Category 1 approved immobiliser.
Volkswagen Caddy overview
The VW Caddy is priced extremely high compared with most small vans and the specs are starting to become better as the Caddy enters the latter end of its lifecycle to make it better value for customers.