Volkswagen Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV’s)
Volkswagen have been building capable light commercial vehicles for quite some time now and are well known for their high build quality. The VW Caddy, Transporter and Crafter need little by way of introduction and this trio has been bolstered by the VW Amarok Pick-Up, the first semi-premium Pick-Up in the segment.
The launch of the latest revision of the Crafter is set to bring things right up to date too with its styling matching that of its passenger vehicles
Below you can find our reviews of the Volkswagen Van and Pickup range.
The VW Caddy, in its many derivatives, is designed to fit just about any need in the car derived van and small van segment. Its car like handling and good built quality make it a good option for those wanting a van that reflects their brand.
The VW Transporter, like its smaller sibling, has a wide range to meet as many needs as possible and provide a good alternative to its competitors. As with all VW’s it is well built and reliable, making it a good option for businesses who wand a quality van to reflect their businesses ethos.
The the VW Crafter, which shares much with the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a popular alternative to the Sprinter for those looking for good build quality, improved payload capabilities and more attractive pricing.
You can read our review of the VW Crafter here.
The New VW Crafter has just been launched and it has brought the van right up to date with its styling reflecting that of the car range with a more assertive front end and prominent grille. This is likely to be even more popular in the segment.
As soon as we have a review we will publish it here.
The VW Amarok is their answer to the likes of the Nissan Navara and Toyota HiLux. Offering excellent build quality and a more premium badge, this is likely to be popular with small trades using this as a personal vehicle as well as workhorse as well as those wanting a little more class in what they are driving around.