VW Microbus For Sale in Namibia

VW Microbus For Sale in Namibia

What is VW Microbus?

The Volkswagen Type 2, known officially (depending on body type) as the Transporter, Kombi or Microbus, or, informally, as the Bus (US), Camper (UK) or Bulli (Germany), is a forward control light commercial vehicle introduced in 1950 by the German automaker Volkswagen as its second car model.

VW Microbus For Sale in Namibia

2002 Volkswagen Microbus for sale in Windhoek, Namibia. This vehicle has 192000 km and Petrol Engine. Pre-owned Microbus for sale.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many people can fit in a VW Microbus?

The U.S. version features three rows of seats with space for seven riders; a pair of second-row captain’s chairs are available but drop capacity to six passengers.

Is the VW ID. Buzz a 7 seater?

Buzz is available with either six or seven seats, and it gets a larger battery as well.

What is the difference between the Microbus and the Caravelle?

The first Caravelle was originally based on the T3 variant Microbus that premiered in the early 80s and was essentially a trim variant. This means that it was a normal Microbus that had all the goodies thrown at it.

Where is VW Microbus made?


Like the Multivan and the Bulli T6. 1, all ID. Buzz vehicles will be produced at the main plant of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles in Hanover. This is one of the most state-of-the-art automotive plants in the world and the home of the VW Bus family.

How big is a VW Microbus?

The Volkswagen Type 2 has an overall length of 14′. 5” (4.28 m), wheelbase of 7′ 10.5” (2.4 m), width of 5’8” (1.72 m), and height of 6′ 4” (1.94 m). The Volkswagen Type 2, also known as the Transporter, Kombi, Microbus, Bus (US) or Camper (UK), is an iconic van introduced in 1949.

Does VW make Microbus?

Buzz – one of Volkswagen’s most recognizable vehicles: reimagined. Taking cues from the DNA of the iconic Type 2 Microbus, this All-New EV takes all that style and space and reinvents it for the electric era.

What is the history of the Microbus?

A Dutch VW importer designed the VW Microbus in 1947 and, after some much needed changes, VW officially made it in 1950. The VW Microbus was the second vehicle ever created by Volkswagen, with the classic Beetle being the first. In the first year of production, Volkswagen made over 9,500 vehicles.

How many seats does a VW Microbus have?

Volkswagen’s Microbus concept is roomy and quick, seating eight and hitting 60 mph in five seconds | TechSpot.

Who invented the Microbus?

The bus of the future was designed in the Volkswagen design studio in California especially for the US market. With its original design and numerous innovative ideas, the Microbus harks back to a great tradition, starting in 1950 with the first VW bus.

When was the last VW Microbus made?

The VW Microbus persevered through a tumultuous time in America. Millions were made, but eventually the social revolution subsided and so did interest in the vehicle. Production ceased in 2014.