The German firm is completing deliveries of its new Volkswagen Caddy. In the absence of a plug-in hybrid variant due in 2022, the latest innovation is the new Volkswagen Caddy Pan Americana, which replaces the old Alltrack.
Volkswagen is following the crossover path, applying this format to the new generation Caddy. Moreover, at least in this model, it means goodbye to the commercial name Alltrack, which identifies such versions. In fact, it is the second model in VW’s commercial division to receive the new Pan Americana name already available for the Volkswagen T6.1.
The aesthetically pleasing new Caddy Pan Americana is easily recognizable by the rounded black front bumper that extends to the radiator grille and wheel arches, chrome-accented side sills and a black rear bumper. The chrome-plated roof rails, as well as the crankcase guard and tailpipes “in aluminum” emphasize the special individuality of the model. In addition, a decorative sticker titled “Pan Americana” has been added to the rear panels and sliding doors.
The new Volkswagen Caddy Pan Americana is available in a short wheelbase version with side glazing and standard equipment including, but not limited to, LED headlights, 17-inch alloy wheels, seat upholstery, dedicated multifunction steering wheel made of leather and aluminum and aluminum pedals and footboards.
A special version of Pan Americana, which is associated with the “Life” package, in Germany is based on the 114 hp TSI petrol engine. or one of two TDI diesel engines with 102 and 122 hp combined with a 7-speed manual or automatic DSG gearbox and all-wheel drive up to 4Motion. German dealers offer the novelty at prices ranging from 31,714 euros to 37,872 euros.
We also advise you to watch a detailed test drive of the Volkswagen Caddy from the FineAuto team:
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