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As a part of the wider SAIC Motor group, LDV provides a range of utes and vans in Australia with a focus on value. Imported into Australia since 2014 LDV has diversified further into additional commercial vehicles and passenger cars, including the T60 Trailrider ute and D90 7-seat family SUV.

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2023 LDV eDeliver 9 review: Electric van quick drive
Quick Drive | 22 Nov 2022
Chinese carmaker LDV is making a big play for delivery drivers with its eDeliver 9 electric van.
2023 LDV eT60 review: Electric ute quick drive
Quick Drive | 22 Nov 2022
The first electric dual-cab ute to market in Australia has landed, but don't start getting the caravan or worksite ready just yet...
2023 LDV Mifa 9 review: Electric people-mover quick drive
Quick Drive | 22 Nov 2022
Chinese brand LDV has entered the luxury electric vehicle fray with the 2023 Mifa 9, an all-electric people mover.

2023 LDV T60 Max review
Launch Review | 22 Nov 2022


The MY 2023 LDV T60 Max has launched with extra equipment and price rises across the range. But is the extra cash money well spent?
2023 LDV Mifa 9 earns five-star ANCAP safety rating
news | 7 Dec 2022
The LDV Mifa 9 from China is officially the safest people mover on sale in Australia, scoring higher than any of its rivals under ANCAP’s 2020-2022 testing criteria.
2023 LDV eT60 electric ute sold out until April
New Models | 7 Dec 2022
Early shipments of Australia's first electric ute – the LDV eT60 from China – are sold out.
Drive Podcast Episode 15 - listen online now!
news | 1 Dec 2022

Jump the queue! New cars available to buy – and drive away – today
news | 24 Nov 2022
Most major car brands have been gripped by chronic stock shortages and lengthy delivery delays for the past two years. But some green shoots are starting to emerge amid the auto alley armageddon.

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Every new car warranty in Australia in 2022
Advice | 15 Nov 2022
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Opinion: the brands I’d choose if I opened a multi-franchise car dealership
Opinion | 4 Nov 2022
Want to open a new-car dealership? Which brands would you choose to deliver stability, growth and profits over the next decade? Here's where we would start with in our fictitious multi-franchise mega motoring mall.
Opinion: Electric utes are coming to save your weekend
Opinion | 15 Oct 2022

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Advice | 27 May 2022
Which SUVs have the biggest boot spaces in Australia? We find out and rank every car according to boot size, from smallest to largest.
2017 LDV G10 MPV review: Converted into a tradie van!
Owner Review | 20 Mar 2020
Im a tradie and my previous work cars have been 4x4 twin cab utes -this time round i was doing a lot more hiway driving so ride comfort and low NVH were high on my priority list. Enter the LDV G10 people mover having researched what others have done i brought the 9 seat model then removed the rear bench and one of the rear solo chairs leaving it as a five seat van and about the same floor space as my utes had previously only this time its enclosed and has a low load height and the center walkway is perfect for longer items and weekend toys like mountain bikes or Malibu surfboards. Cabin comfort is good featuring soft seats with armrests, big air con vents right through (dual zone) and so much space, its a fair reach to the passenger seat or even the dash radio and air con controls for that matter, the touch screen media unit has the basics and is easy to use although its on my list of things to upgrade one day. A big miss is the lack of power outlets -just one up front. Running gear wise the (VW) 2.0 turbo petrol is plenty grunty enough although the tune is a little unrefined, i get as low as 8.8l/100k on a bruce hiway drive (hilly, generally crap surface and constant roadworks) and up to 11.9 lt around town, it requires 93ron + fuel and i run the 94 ethanol fuel usually ( just ticked over 70 000k) it also has to tow a 5mt fiberglass boat occasionally which it does surprisingly well. The gearbox is a ZF 6 sp unit and goes about its business without any fuss only hampered by the crude tune on the engine, there is a part solution - by installing a throttle controller that effectively gets rid of the excessive rolling acceleration lag (i use I-drive U3 setting)I also fitted a K&N washable filter. Cruise control is great, its economy program eases it up to speed then keeps it very close to the set speed -i would say as accurate as korean cruise setups. Having owned and driven a variety of vans this G10 by far is the most comfortable and actually is fun to drive through the hills too- well about as much fun as a 2t brick could be- Lotus did the suspension and chassis calibration and it shows, visibility is excellent helped by the reverse camera and parking sensors. The 16" wheels look a bit small to me and the digital speedo reads ~7kph slow, luckily its a standard 6 stud pattern and wheel swaps are not uncommon. Outside its a large car and will fill a standard car space so it also is a magnet for people's doors and shopping trollys hitting it, also mine is Black (polished regularly) and while it is a better than the white paint quality i have seen its not up to the standard of fellow SIAC brand MG motors. The LED DRL's look great as do the LED rear lights. Servicing has been pretty straight forward with just a bluetooth update and some new seat rails through a recall, price wise is good for a large car at the dealership ~$400-$500 every 10 000klm. Some things i wish it had - Electric handbrake ( it has push button start), sat nav or Android auto (has apple), more storage up front, way more power outlets.
2018 LDV T60 Pro (4x4): owner review
Owner Review | 18 Dec 2018
Did some research and after careful consideration including looking at used utes, this ute is fantastic and easily the best value for your money. Other used utes with 80,000klm on the clock and three years older were asking the same price as the LDV, so it was a no brainer. The 5 years warranty was also a big incentive and with a $5000 trade in of my rusted out Ford Ranger I drove it away for $28,000. with an added tow bar. Plus it isn't ugly and it gets a 5 star safety rating. My wife and I have just driven to Tennant Creek where we will be working and living, from Newcastle in 3 and a half days with a small camper trailer, 3 dogs, ute packed to the roof, plus two kayaks and a large roof pod which I tie down on the camper. Averaged 10.6klm fuel economy sitting on 100klm per hour. Not the greatest torque for a ute but well capable of overtaking road trains and slower Van's. Did notice if you push it over 115klm an hour, the fuel economy dips considerably. The auto transmission is geared well and drops down when needed. The six speed obviously helps in fuel economy and you also have the option of using it as a manual. The ride is also very good, towing the camper trailer over a few non brilliant road way sections wasn't an issue and we arrived in pretty good shape at the ed of the day. The ute is very comfy and air conditioning works brilliant within a very short time. Good vision and a comfortable ride made it a pleasure to drive and the cruise control made it so much easier and maintained its speed with no problems. The blue tooth is great for podcasts and music and the screen is massive and easy to navigate. Another good point is the room and how comfortable it is for passengers in the back seat. One bad point is the night lights, they are pretty useless. I added a bar light which certainly improved the driving at night, but when the high beam went off it was pretty dim. I put the fog lamps on which helped a bit but still recommend adding extra lights. All up I have now done over 10,000klm and am very pleased with the Ute. Reliability is always going to be the big question which only time will tell but so far this Chinese dragon is certainly keeping me, the three dogs, and of course my wife all very happy. This is my fith ute that I have owned and at the moment would highly recommend taking one for a test drive and giving it a go.
2017 LDV T60 Pro (4x4) review
Owner Review | 30 Jun 2018
Great vehicle , ride is a little stiff but smooths a little after a bit of use ! Rides better with a load , when towing press the power button and it will perform as good as the best ,cabin controls are in all the right places ,it pays to read the book as with the new technology etc it pays to know what th he limitations are (blind spot detection etc, these things are good but false blind spot detection at low speed happens ) the quality of the build both underbody and indside seems to equal its rivals could possibly have less hard plastics in cabin. The price attracted me but i only bought this vehicle after researching and climbing under other cheap dual cab 4x4's on the market ,The LDV t60 just didnt have any indicaters of a cheap car , and to top it off it looks good ! I have only done 5000 klms and only tried it it 4x4 once but i can say that it steers and handles well on most roads (hates the larger corrigations in dirt roads )better to slow down for them ! its enjoyable to drive now and i look forward to the weekends when i can get out and about , it loves the open road and the 2.8 Turbo doesnt feel like its working hard at 100 -110 klms you can manual shift or put it in pwr mode or a combination of both ,the T60 has no turbo lag and power is smooth right through the rev range. (Cruise control works great ,vehicle maintains constant speed set , except the steeper decents when it gains a little speed) as for the fuel economy I'm very happy ,getting about 750 to 800 out of a tank of Diesel , the sound system Air Con and heater work great , phone works good on the 10" screen although I'm trying to use a car play app for android and its proving to be difficult for me to set up (probably my fault )my previous car was a falcon ute on lpg gas but it was tired and this LDV T60 is doing everything i need so far ! the requirement was to have a ute that was economical , could be used as a family car, could tow the boat and go remote places on holidays and also work work around here on our 7 acre property carting water and small trailer etc . The T60 is doing that fine !

2018 LDV T60 Pro (4x4) review
Owner Review | 13 Jun 2018
Hi CarAdvice.com My name is Sam and I own an LDV T60 pro manual. I purchased the car to replace my old work vehicle. I’m in the electrical industry and I travel about 1200km per week of mixed driving from job to job, so fuel consumption and reliability is very important to me. The T60 has now got 15,000km since I bought it in January and so far has proven to be a very reliable addition to my business. It gets on average 750-850km per tank. It is very comfortable to drive and always feels effortless when taking off at the lights and getting around town. The Ute is no race car and lacks power when needed however day to day driving suits me just fine. The gearbox feels solid and precise when shifting unlike some other utes that feels like the shifter just sloshes around. Suspension wise the Ute can easily take big loads without sagging in the rear and doesn’t feel like it has any load in it. However the suspension feels a bit boaty at times. Diving and dipping a bit on bumpy roads. The one time I have taken the Ute off road it was more than capable and felt at home on unsurfaced roads and rugged terrain. When I bought the Ute I had to think about the future and having the extra seating for a child seat was very important but most importantly was the safety aspect of a car. The T60 has a 5 stay safety rating which puts me and most importantly my wife at ease. The car has departure warning and driver fatigue warning among other great safety features. The car is also packed with tech like a massive 10inch touch screen which is very handy especially when you have your iPhone connected and using maps to get around. The 6 speaker stereo isn’t the greatest LDV call it “ thumping” however it isn’t. In saying that there arnt too many utility vehicles that have great sound systems. The car ( in my opinion ) looks great. I get comments on how great it looks almost daily from my customers. It’s big it has day time running lights and fantastic deep looking paint. The inside looks great also ( for a Ute ) the interior has hard plastic EVERYWHERE some people would turn their nose up about that, but for me and what I use the car for is perfect. It is fit for purpose. I feel that LDV got it right with this Ute. The value for money is fantastic, it has a lot of standard equipment that you would expect to pay big dollars for. Some aspects of the Ute that could be improved would be power and handling. But seeing as there is such a huge market for aftermarket modifications it wouldn’t cost much to truly make the T60 Ute perfect. Lastly I’d like to say that Chinese cars have a a reputaion to be cheap and nasty. This car doesn’t fall into that at all l. You can see LDV are making the effort to make their utes and vans into serious contenders. Years ago People would hang crap on Kia but now they are proven to be a serious manufacturer. Thank you for the opportunity to have a say Sam
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