The Volkswagen Caddy is now available in a more rugged Alltrack specification for both the panel van and the passenger model. It acts as a successor for the Cross Caddy and can be visually distinguished by the black plastic body cladding, underbody protection, front grille with chrome fins, along with smoked taillights, silver roof rails and Alltrack logos on the outside. The cabin has gained bespoke 7Summits seat covers wrapped around in durable Pillion fabric while the front seatbacks incorporate folding tables. Some of the buttons and knobs come with a chrome look while the gear lever, steering wheel and the handbrake lever feature a leather finish. The cabin also hosts a faux carbon fiber trim, different floor mats and an aluminum pedal set.
The Volkswagen Caddy Alltrack has a standard front-wheel drive but at an additional cost there’s a 4MOTION all-wheel drive system while the engine lineup varies in output from 84 PS to 125 PS for the gasoline units and from 75 PS to 150 PS if you go for the diesels. All the engines from the Trendline trim are available, including a 1.4 TGI natural gas that pumps out 110 PS. Depending on motor selection, VW is offering five- and six-speed manual gearboxes, along with six- and seven-speed DSGs.
On sale late this year, the Volkswagen Caddy Alltrack begins at €19,617 (VAT included) in panel van guise whereas the passenger model starts at €24,359.