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LDV V80 Review
  • Price advantage over rivals; standard dual sliding doors; ample storage space; proven engine and gearbox
  • Lack of brand image; unknown resale value; flimsy rear doors; difficult to read speedometer; no ESC or side airbags; no NCAP crash test rating

6 / 10

Price $32,900 to $39,990 ANCAP Rating N/A

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