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There’s a choice of two turbodiesel engines with the Caravelle. The 138bhp 2.0-litre engine turns in a good performance with enough pace despite the cars 2.2 tonne kerbweight. The 178bhp BiTDI unit, mated with six-speed manual gearbox may appeal more to those who have a bit more of a need for speed however. This unit also delivers great refinement with smooth power delivery and engine noise well suppressed. There’s also a choice of gearbox with the DSG automatic providing smooth acceleration and barely noticeable changes.

Running Costs

The Caravelle offers adequate fuel economy for such a large vehicle. The 2.5-litre TDI diesel models are capable of an impressive 34mpg.


The entry level SE trim is generously equipped with seven seats, ESP stability control, ABS, remote central locking, an alarm with two-away protection, two sliding doors, body-coloured bumpers and mirrors, driver and passenger comfort seats with height adjustment and armrests just the tip of the iceberg. The Executive trim adds climate control, automatic lights, rear privacy glass, leather/Alcantara upholstery and electric sliding doors to only name a fraction of the wealth of equipment packed in. To find a full list of the technology included across the Caravelle range order a brochure through