Volkswagen Caddy Review: Hi'O Caddy!

Volkswagen Caddy Review: Hi'O Caddy!

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
26 Sep 2007


I felt that the weakest part of the Caddy would have to be the simple rear suspension, which tends to be quite the drama queen when introduced to large road irregularities.

Also, the Caddy does not make the quietest place to be in. Due to the barren nature of the cargo hold behind both driver and passenger, road noise naturally makes itself known, although we suspect that thick rubber mat does damp out a sizeable amount of ruckus!

Why?

Do we really need to tell you? As I type this, there are probably going to be another two or three confirmed orders placed for this well-heeled, capable vehicle.

Should you have access and a name in your own company, and do not give a hoot about residual value, then it is all worth thinking about and playing around with if you have been scouring around for awhile.

This human cum object carrier makes a good vehicle for photography, lugging stuff around and basic transport that gets you to your destination with a sizeable amount of zeal for about $57,000. Factor in all the components in the package, and you'll find that the premium works out to a surprising amount of value!

Credits: Text and Photos by Amery Reuben

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