The new Caddy for leisure and family time is a true space-saving sensation. With space for up to seven people, generous storage space, and the latest generation of infotainment systems, the journey itself is now just as fun as arriving.
Typically reliable. Unexpectedly charming.
The new Caddy Generation Four is equipped with state-of-the-art infotainment and driver assistance systems. Urban design and established functionality are combined to bring you the most impressive Caddy of all time.
A wealth of innovations. Without the frills.
The new Caddy for tradespeople is the most fuel-efficient vehicle in its class, and offers high levels of driving comfort with its numerous driver assistance systems.
¹ Caddy BlueMotion, 2.0 l TDI engine with 75 kW, fuel consumption in l/100 km: urban 4.9, extra-urban 3.8, combined 4.2. CO₂ emission in g/km: combined 109. Efficiency class: A. ² Fuel consumption in l/100 km: urban from 5.3, extra-urban from 4.1, combined 4.6. CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined from 120 to 119. Efficiency classes: A. ³ Including driver. The Caddy Maxi Delivery Van can carry a maximum payload of 930 kg excluding the driver. The optional increased load capacity is only available for selected engines. ⁴ Caddy Delivery Van BlueMotion, 2.0 l TDI engine with 75 kW, fuel consumption in l/100 km: urban from 4.9 to 4.7, extra-urban from 3.7 to 3.2, combined from 4.1 to 3.8. CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined from 109 to 99. Efficiency class: A.
The fuel consumption and emissions figures listed have been determined in accordance with the measuring method prescribed by law. These figures do not refer to a single, particular vehicle, and do not constitute part of the offer, but are purely for comparison purposes between the various types of vehicle. In addition to the fuel efficiency of a car, driving behaviour, as well as other non-technical factors (e. g. environmental conditions) play a role in determining a car’s fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions. Additional equipment features and accessories (attachment parts, tyres, etc.) may alter the relevant vehicle parameters – for example weight, rolling resistance and aerodynamics – and, together with weather and traffic conditions, influence fuel consumption and performance figures. Where a range of values is given for fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions, the figures depend on the tyre size and optional extras selected. Note in accordance with the current version of Directive 1999/94/EC: Further information regarding official fuel consumption and the official, specific CO₂ emissions for new passenger vehicles can be found in the “Guidelines on fuel consumption, CO₂ emissions and electricity consumption of new cars” which is available free of charge from all points of sale and DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Straße 1, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, or at www.dat.de. Efficiency classes evaluate vehicles on the basis of CO₂ emissions, taking into account the vehicle’s unladen weight. Vehicles corresponding with the average are given a D rating. A+, A, B or C ratings are given to vehicles which are better than the present-day average, and E, F or G to those below that average.