“I desire a business car for £10k – one I can use with household at weekends.”
Citroen H van, £9500, vs Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life, £7499
Oliver Younger: This Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life is extremely spacious and reasonably priced. It may well seat seven with a current-gen Golf’s price of boot house remaining – all for effectively underneath price range. It may well deal with just about something you throw at it. Transferring flat? Positive. Household vacation? In fact. And with its economical 1.9-litre diesel engine and robust, dependable popularity, working prices shouldn’t break the financial institution, both. That’s recreation, set and match, isn’t it, Mark?
Mark Pearson: Effectively, it relies upon. You see, your Caddy is all very effectively in its trendy, simplistic and barely uninteresting type of method however simply have a look at my traditional bolide! It’s one of the crucial trendy and radical and likeable of all vans ever made anyplace, ever – the incomparable H van. There isn’t a finer-looking car, for starters, and once you add in its wonderful practicality (a thousand pop-up cellular meals retailers will concur right here) and, in my 1982 specimen, its family-friendly inside, I believe I’ve simply put a cross-hand forecourt backhand down the road for match level.
OY: Wow, fairly the oddball selection you’ve bought there. Somewhat on a budget aspect for such a traditional, don’t you assume? Hope it’s dependable. It actually received’t be on the identical degree as my succesful 2010 Caddy, after all. It’s all effectively and good proudly owning a unusual outdated Citroën, but it surely’s a bit tiny and received’t deal with all that’s thrown at it like this VW.