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The smallest van in the VW range, the Caddy MPV is a sure-fire alternative to some of the finest SUVs out there. It might not be as pretty or as stylish as some of those, but it still does the job and is a whole lot better to drive than other van-based people carriers, and with one of the best interiors (colour radio, 5" touchscreen, leather multi-function steering wheel, etc.). If that still doesn't get your driving senses tingling, why not look into the very similar Ford Transit Connect and Mercedes Citan models?
Trims come in at the Startline, Trendline and Highline levels, with a choice of two 2.0-litre diesel engines (102PS or 150PS) or a 1.0-litre 102PS petrol engine. Depending on which model and engine you choose, you could get a payload volume of as much as 738kg and a top speed of anything from 108 to 116mph. Normal load length is 1779mm, with the larger Caddy Maxi Kombo extending that to 2249mm. Best of all is the huge 1213-litre boot space (three times what you'd get in a Nissan Qashqai).
You can tailor your dream Volkswagen Caddy lease deal for any budget by altering the leasing options, whether that be contract length, initial payment amount, annual mileage and vehicle availability. If you are looking to lease with no deposit, just set the "upfront" initial payment to one month!
If you are new to leasing and want to learn more to decide what's right for you, take a look at our van leasing guides.
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