The Volkswagen Transporter is a timeless classic in the commercial vehicle sector and a top-pick for the tradesman when leased. Solid, dependable and versatile, there’s no better way to describe the medium-sized van. Its specs and dimensions prove that there is a Transporter for every trade.
Volkswagen Transporter specifications and dimensions
Robust and ready to go, the Transporter’s vast array of specs and dimensions aren’t just for show, function proves to render its every move.
- Different models (Panel van, Kombi)
- Different wheelbases (LWB, SWB)
- Various roof heights (H1, H2)
- Standard 5-speed or 6-speed manual gearbox
- 2.0-litre engine
The Transporter might be a medium-sized van but it’s capable of carrying 1301kg.
Volkswagen Transporter drive and trim
Picking a trim for the Volkswagen Transporter proves to be a hard choice, simply because there’s so many to choose from: Startline, Trendline, Highline, Edition and Sportline. It’s almost impossible not to trim your Transporter to how you want.
The entry level trim is Startline. Fitted as standard is a 5” touchscreen, Bluetooth, USB port, lockable glovebox department, dimmable dashboard illumination and the list goes on.
Optional added extras consist of heated seats, leatherette upholstery, rear parking sensors, voice control and lots more.
Volkswagen Transporter fuel economy and emissions
The most efficient engine for the Volkswagen Transporter is the 2.0-litre TDI. The BlueMotion manual model with 100 bhp carries 51.4 mpg and releases 145g/km in emissions.
All-new models of the Transporter are fitted with Euro 6 emission standard engines. I know what you’re thinking, what does this mean? Well, in simple terms it’s an EU directive that aims to reduce harmful emissions from vans and cars.
But you don’t need to worry because the Transporter complies through its set of TDI and BiTDI diesel engines. Technology to help reduce emissions includes a stop start system.
If you want a van that CAN minimise your carbon footprint then your sorted with the Transporter.
Volkswagen Transporter finance
How much does it cost to lease a Volkswagen Transporter?
The Volkswagen Transporter has a high residual value, so in simple terms it’s how much your van will be worth at the end of its leasing contract. After three years the Transporter will be worth over 37% from its original price.
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You’ll be transported when you look at the Transporter!
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