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Volkwagen Transporter

Do you have a Cat D transporter for sale? Perhaps it’s in good condition but is a non-runner? Here at We Buy Broken Vans, we are specialist buyers of Volkswagen transporter vans whatever the condition. We’re pleased to offer competitive valuations based on our vast knowledge and experience of these types of vans, no problem at all! No matter whether your Volkswagen transporter is fully working, broken down or only suitable for parts, we promise to provide easy, hassle-free payment to all sellers.

We Buy Broken Vans – Specialist Damaged Volkswagen Transporter Buyers

If you’re fed up of constantly looking for Volkswagen Transporter spares and are looking to sell your van for a really fair price, then why not get in touch with We Buy Broken Vans today. All you need to do is call, email or text us with your van details. Here are just some of the reasons to sell to us:

  • We buy Volkswagen Transporter vans from anywhere in the UK, including ones which have broken down or have common problems
  • Free instant online van valuations for your damaged Volkswagen Transporter
  • Avoid the time and hassle of selling your van privately

Volkswagen Transporter Faults and Mechanical Problems

This type of van is very popular for its German engineering and robust build. However, Volkswagen Transporter problems can still occur just like any other brand which can be expensive and inconvenient. Here we have listed some of the most common Volkswagen transporter problems we have seen on these vans:

Flywheel problems
A big issue on many Transporters concerns the dual mass flywheel. If you start to hear rattling sounds coming from the engine, along with shaking or knocking, then don’t ignore it. Once it completely fails you’ll need to pay anything up to £1000 to get it sorted.
Immobiliser issues
The Transporters can suffer from immobilisers which become damaged due to rainwater getting in. Not only can this be very inconvenient, it can be expensive to get fixed as well.
Cambelt Failure

Volkswagen Transporter cambelt replacement should be within four years or 40,000 miles (whichever is sooner). If a cambelt isn’t changed and becomes frayed and broken, then a new engine will be required which will potentially cost thousands.

Steering column problems

Another particular problem with the Transporter is the steering column. If you hear a knocking noise the method to stop it is to remove the lower knuckle and replace it. This fixes the problem most times, but not always! This is where costs can totally spiral out of control. It may even lead to a failed MOT.

Sell a Volkswagen Transporter Van Today

Got an old or unreliable Volkswagen Transporter van and thinking of selling it? At We Buy Broken Vans we have vast experience in buying Volkswagen Transporter vans and promise to offer you a great price for your van even if it has faults, damage or doesn’t start. Simply enter your reg# and details into our free online valuation tool to find its value, even if it has some of the Volkswagen transporter faults mentioned above. Why not call us now on 0121 285 9859 to begin the process? If you prefer mobile, then call/text us now on 07582 859 859.

FREE Instant Online Valuation

1. Enter your reg, call or text us
2. Book your appointment
3. Complete the sale!

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