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Volkswagen Caddy C20 1.9TDI 104PS small Van

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Spring 2004 saw the arrival of Volkswagen’s all-new Caddy and unlike its predecessor, this Caddy was designed from the ground-up to be a van, rather than using the front-end of an existing car and sticking a box on the back. There are 2 engine options and both are diesel. The 2-litre SDI normally aspirated unit produces 69 bhp and develops 103 lb/ft of peak torque, while the 1.9-litre TDI provides 104 bhp and 184 lb/ft at 1,900rpm, and both versions are unit-injection and not common rail. Suspension is conventional with an independent MacPherson strut assembly at the front and a leaf-sprung axle with an anti-roll bar at the rear. Brakes are discs all-round and anti-lock and traction control are included. Electro-mechanical power steering is standard. Asymmetrically split rear doors give access to the 3.2m3 load bay and there’s the option of one or two sliding side doors. Six load-tie points are provided. With a payload of 815kg and the ability to tow a braked trailer grossing at up to 1400kg. the Caddy is a heavy duty high cube van.

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