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Thread: Caddy Sportline

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    Caddy Sportline

    Does anyone have one of these on the Forum? wondered what they are really like to drive etc.

    Look nice!

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    Dude, you're in the for sale section

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    **** dont know what to do now, at least it might get noticed hey!
    Monkey pull me out of a hole again please

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    Sportlines will be much like all the other MK3's to drive

    They do drive well, very "car like", and even better on coilovers, believe it or not.

    Buying a sportline over and above a well spec'd TDi depends on what you plan to do to it if anything?

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    140 bhp sounds nice, but i suppose i can get a tdi chipped, maybe looking for a van for work, liked the look of the sportline but didn`t like the price!

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    hi mate i have 1 a sportline maxi with a superchips remap and very low on coilovers very nice to drive bags of power but way overpriced just get a 1.9tdi and mod it a lot cheaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by cranedoctor View Post
    140 bhp sounds nice, but i suppose i can get a tdi chipped, maybe looking for a van for work, liked the look of the sportline but didn`t like the price!
    Quote Originally Posted by mcuddy View Post
    hi mate i have 1 a sportline maxi with a superchips remap and very low on coilovers very nice to drive bags of power but way overpriced just get a 1.9tdi and mod it a lot cheaper
    My thoughts would be the same, Sportlines are very nice, but you could build something bespoke cheaper with better suspension & wheels

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    I know what you mean al i got it and said i wont mod it cos its all been done for me then got the bug so it had coilovers & remap & k&n 18"bbs chs fitted a mate at work has 1.9tdi with same mods and i would say its just as fast & cheap as chips

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcuddy View Post
    hi mate i have 1 a sportline maxi with a superchips remap and very low on coilovers very nice to drive bags of power but way overpriced just get a 1.9tdi and mod it a lot cheaper
    When you say a spotline Maxi, do you mean like a maxi life ie with seats in the back? I didn't realise you could get them with seats in the back in sportline spec. I couldn't find any info when I looked for one. That would be a decent compromise.

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    Hi buddy the sportline only comes in van form (normal and maxi size) you cant get a life sportline version
    u could always fit seats in the back tho its no hard to do the lad i work with has just put rear seats in his van
    heres a link to some pics of mine

    http://caddy2k.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=1801
    Last edited by mcuddy; 24-03-2011 at 03:54 PM.

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    I had a new one last year but only kept it 4 months, and went back to a T5 as it was too small. Lovely van and quick as ****. The Sportline will always command more money than a modded van. Personally I wouldn't **** about with a new van as your warranty will be affected.

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    I am confused . com

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