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The top 3 VW Motability vehicle options

If you’re shopping around for a Volkswagen vehicle on the Motability scheme, it’s fair to say you have lots of choice – but, this presents a problem…

…which are the top VW Motability vehicles?

Well, if you require maximum access and versatility, consider these 3.

 

1. Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life

The Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life is one of the best ‘small’ vehicles for people who need maximum access. It features a 3 seater split/fold rear bench with ISOFIX seat belts, a radio with CD player, MP3 and iPod connectivity, electrically heated front mirrors, electric mirrors, recessed lighting, body coloured bumpers, door handles and exterior mirrors, and twin sliding doors complete with child locks.

Visually, the Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life looks fantastic, with 16-inch alloy wheels. It also has black roof rails for transporting extra luggage, making it the ideal vehicle for families. The Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life benefits from a 3 year/100,000 mile manufacturer warranty and 3 years of free VW Recovery and Assistance.

 

2. Volkswagen Transporter

The Volkswagen Transporter is the next logical step up from the Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life. The Transporter is a much larger vehicle, with a more specious interior and better access – this means it’s better for access and for wheelchair users in particular.

Standard kit in the Volkswagen Transporter includes recessed lighting throughout, twin sliding doors, rear access, double front passenger seat complete with storage box, folding seat brackets, radio/CD/MP3 and iPod connectivity, electric front windows, electrically heated wing mirrors, and hill hold control – this hold the brake for you whilst you’re releasing the clutch to pull away. Like the Caddy, the Transported has a 3 year/100,000 mile manufacturer warranty.

Bristol Street Versa offers the Volkswagen Transporter on the Motability scheme.

 

3. Volkswagen Caravelle

The Volkswagen Caravelle is very much like the Transporter, with one difference – the accessibility features and trim in a Caravelle are all fitted by VW. The Caravelle is, therefore, the more desirable of the two vehicles on the Motability scheme. Typical examples include separate blown ambient vents in the rear of the van, which are not in the VW Transporter.

The Caravelle looks great, just like the Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life and Volkswagen Transporter.

Standard equipment includes versatile VW seating with a 4 passenger capacity, integrated seat belts with ISOFIX, radio/CD/MP3 and iPod connectivity, electric front windows and electrically heated wing mirrors. Due to being fitted by VW, this car is also available with added extras, such as luscious Alcantara / leather seats, 17-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, heated front seats and privacy glass.

Like all of the cars here, the Caravelle benefits from a 3 year/100,000 mile manufacturer warranty.