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New business packs boost value for VW Caddy, Transporter and Crafter

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched a range of business packs that bring extra value for its Caddy, Transporter and Crafter models.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles' range of business packs is available for the Caddy, Transporter and Crafter
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ range of business packs is available for the Caddy, Transporter and Crafter

Aimed at fleets large and small, the packs – which make their UK debut at this year’s CV Show – bundle together items commonly specified as optional extras by fleets to bring increased value, not only for initial purchase price but also on RVs: the manufacturer says its work with the price guides has resulted in a residual value uplift of up to £450 on models with business packs.

The Caddy business pack can be added to the Startline model for £950 (basic RRP ex VAT) and adds an alarm, rear parking sensors and air conditioning – this equates to a saving of £520 if you were to add these options individually.

The Crafter’s business pack features alarm, front and rear parking sensors and air conditioning as well as two remote folding keys with the alarm and an overhead storage compartment in the cab to store documents and other items. The pack can be added to Startline and Trendline Crafter panel vans for £1,250 and represents a saving £1,320 compared to adding these items individually.

The new business packs can be ordered now and start first deliveries from May.

As well as launching the new business packs at the CV Show, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will also be celebrating National Hug a Plumber Day (25 April), which coincides with the show. Heating and plumbing engineers visiting its stand at the CV Show will be offered free refreshment and the chance to drive a Caddy, Transporter or Crafter Business Edition for a week.

In addition, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will be demonstrating its Working With You promise at the show, with products and mobility concepts.

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news.

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