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History of Volkswagen Caddy
Known for its solid build and impressive load capacity, the VW Caddy needs no introduction. Being one of the most popular light commercial vehicles in its class, the Caddy is recognised by car and van drivers alike across the country. It''s been in production since 1980, giving buyers a choice of various body types, including panel, utility and maxi. There have been three generations so far: the Typ 14, Typ 9K and Typ 2K. The Volkswagen Caddy is known for its sturdy build and high quality, comfortable interior, which makes it ideal for both short and long distance work. The Caddy also offers an impressive range of TDI engines, and certainly isn''t short on safety features. With electronic stability control installed as standard, it''s no wonder it scored a strong four out of five stars for adult occupant safety at the 2007 Euro NCAP safety tests.
First Generation Caddy Typ 14 (1979 To 1996)
The first generation VW Caddy was released in 1979 as a coupe utility vehicle and van based on the Volkswagen Group A1 platform. The Typ 14 offered numerous powerful engines, ranging from 1.5 to 1.8 litres, in both petrol and diesel forms.
Second Generation Caddy Typ 9K (1996 To 2004)
The Volkswagen Caddy Typ 9K was released in 1995. Designed by VW''s Spanish subsidiary SEAT, the Type 9K sat on the Volkswagen Group AE3 platform. The Typ 9K was produced in Spain and Czech Republic, serving areas across the globe. The second generation Caddy also offered an impressive range of engines, with the introduction of new TDI petrol and diesels. This included a 1.9 litre which produces 90 horsepower.
Third Generation Caddy Typ 2K (2004 To Present)
The Typ 2K Volkswagen caddy debuted at the RAI Commercial Vehicle Show in Amsterdam in 2004. It was given a facelift in 2010 to match the new design language of VW vehicles. This included the introduction of a more aggressive front, with new headlights and grille similar to the Volkswagen Golf Mk6. Engine sizes for the Typ 2K ranged between 1.4 litres and 2.0 litres, giving buyers a choice of petrol or diesel.
The VW Caddy is a generally reliable vehicle, but there are a few issues that have proven troublesome for owners in the past. For example, injectors are a common fault. An early sign of injector failure is blue smoke, and another is a shaking feeling when sitting on idle.