Take one commercial vehicle. Add a couple of rows of extra seats in the back and, hey presto, you have a cheap and cheerful MPV. On the road, the Volkswagen feels impressively composed. The 1. For those wanting more muscle, a bhp 2. Out on the road it really comes into its own.
Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life Estate (2015 - 2021) review
Used Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life Estate ( - ) Review | Parkers
Caddy Life and Caddy Maxi Life production has now ended. Limited stock available. Please contact your local Van Centre Opens an external link for more details. The Caddy Life and seven-seater Caddy Maxi Life combine space, luxury, safety and quality in equal measure.
The van-based people carrier with VW quality. Written by Parkers on 06 June What you should expect is a considerable amount of passenger room that still leaves space for luggage, plus a surprisingly extensive roster of high-tech kit — particularly in the area of safety. In other words, the Caddy Maxi Life is a class act.
Not only is it cheap to buy, it also has low running costs and will forever surprise you with its load-carrying abilities. While most buyers default to an SUV as the progression from a family hatch, your money goes a lot further with the Caddy Maxi Life. It's based on the fourth-generation Volkswagen Caddy van and that means it's got a tonne of space, sliding rear doors and surprisingly low running costs.