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Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ offer of free servicing on all models purchased between July and October has now been extended to the end of the year.
Zipvan is trialling petrol-powered Volkswagen Transporters for its London van sharing fleet to provide operators with an alternative to diesels.
SolarFrame Direct has taken delivery of eight new Crafter panel vans and five Caddy panel vans to support its conservatory installation service.
Volkswagen’s Transporter van is now available in a new ‘Edition’ trim level for both panel and kombi.
Coffee roasting and solutions provider, Pelican Rouge, has taken delivery of 62 Volkswagen Crafter vans.
Europcar UK has added 170 new Volkswagen Crafter panel vans to its commercial fleet.
Volkswagen has greenlighted production of an electric-only cargo van, said to be inspired by the original Transporter line-up launched in the 1950s.
Globally, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles delivered 286,800 vehicles including the T, Caddy, Crafter and Amarok series, representing a 5.3% increase compared to the same period last year.
Volkswagen has introduced two 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engines, available across the Transporter range, claiming low-mileage operators could be better off not running a diesel.
Volkswagen’s new Converter Recognition scheme is now fully live, providing customers with benefits including a one-stop shop for conversion needs, single invoicing and warranty deals.
Volkswagen is offering a limited free servicing deal on all new models purchased with finance until 1 October.
Conversion specialist Ingimex has teamed up with VW to develop a new tipper body for the Transporter chassis cab.
Volkswagen is boosting equipment levels across all 2018 Caddy models while also lowering prices for petrol versions.
A new online customer support hub and live chat service has launched from Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles to give customers access to instant advice and support from a dedicated team.
Volkswagen’s new Crafter is arriving in UK showrooms, at least with front wheel drive, says Dan Gilkes.
Volkswagen has been hailed at as a “trailblazer” as it announces all its UK vans will now come with autonomous emergency braking (AEB) as standard.