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ratstyle

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new caddy in mexico looks awesome
« on: Aug 07, 14, 21:35 »
just back from mexico and spotted these newer caddy who should be up for sale here in our dealerships

Abbythug

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Re: new caddy in mexico looks awesome
« Reply #1 on: Aug 09, 14, 00:42 »
I'd way rather we get the amarok vs that
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ratstyle

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Re: new caddy in mexico looks awesome
« Reply #2 on: Aug 10, 14, 19:13 »
they had amorak too, lets roll your pesos!

jettag60

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Re: new caddy in mexico looks awesome
« Reply #3 on: Aug 11, 14, 03:50 »
I'd way rather we get the amarok vs that

this......or any of the diesel trucks they have over here in south east asia. toyotas/chevy's/fords etc

witchcraftz

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Re: new caddy in mexico looks awesome
« Reply #4 on: Aug 11, 14, 08:35 »
I am actually quite interested in the crossfox they have there.

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Re: new caddy in mexico looks awesome
« Reply #5 on: Aug 11, 14, 12:21 »
Unless they are being built in North American Factories don't expect any unique models to come this way.

I would expect the CC, Eos and Touareg's days are numbered in North America as well especially with VW talking about a new SUV for the north american Market. 
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Proctor

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Re: new caddy in mexico looks awesome
« Reply #6 on: Aug 11, 14, 21:25 »
Those look like those stupid Holden trucks everyone drives in Australia.
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jamesgang1

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Re: new caddy in mexico looks awesome
« Reply #7 on: Oct 19, 14, 23:51 »
Is it possible to buy one from Mexico then import it? Just wondering why nobody has done this yet...?
Is it a tax/duty thing?


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