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Volkswagen Transporter Single Cab Reaches Australia

Volkswagen’s Australian division is now offering its customers a wider choice of vehicles, as the company is introducing the Single Cab version of the Transporter. This comes with a double bench seat and separate driver seat, being able to accommodate up to three people.

The Volkswagen Transporter is now also available as a Single Cab, offering transportation solutions for large volume and heavy loads as well as versatility for a broad range of business needs,” stated the press release.

The new version of the Transporter is based on the long wheelbase incarnation of the van and uses a 2.0 liter TDI diesel engine that delivers 140 hp. The unit is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, but can also be ordered with the optional new generation seven-speed DSG twin-clutch transmission.

The manual transmission Single Cab returns a fuel consumption of 8.1 liters per 100 km and emits 214 grams of CO2 per km, while the DSG version needs 8.5 liters to cover 100 km and emits 224 grams of CO2 per km.

Volkswagen has gifted the vehicle with a wide range of satefy features, which are aimed at helping the driver get the job done. Standard equipment includes ESP (Electronic Stabilisation Programme), ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System), ASR (Anti Slip Regulation), MSR (Engine Drag Torque Control), EDL (Electronic Differential Lock) and Hill Holder.

When you rely on transportation, you make sure that both personnel and cargo get to their destination safely. Therefore the Volkswagen Transporter Single Cab also offers the extensive list of standard safety features that the Transporter range has been renowned for,” stated the press release.
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