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2021 LDV Deliver 9 bus and cab-chassis price and specs

2021 LDV Delivery 9 bus and cab-chassis pricing and specifications revealed Extensive safety equipment offered as standard across the range One engine offered for now, being the 110kW 2.0-litre turbo diesel Priced from $39,990 drive-away with an ABN discount The all-new 2021 LDV Deliver 9 cab-chassis and bus variants have come onto the market in Australia, priced from $39,990 and $52,990 respectively for ABN holders, drive-away...

2020-2021 LDV Deliver 9 van recalled with brake fault

Ateco Automotive – the Australian distributor for LDV – has recalled 535 examples of its Deliver 9 commercial van, citing a potential fault with the braking system. The affected vehicles were sold between July 2019 and February 2021 (Model Years 2020-2021)...

Chinese car sales set new Australian record, overtake Germany and USA for the first time

Australian sales of cars from China have overtaken those from Germany and the USA for the first time in our automotive history – following an astronomical 156 per cent sales surge in January 2021. While China was the sixth biggest source of new motor vehicles last year – after a staggering 70 per cent increase compared with 2019 – China now ranks in fourth place behind Japan, Thailand and South Korea...

VFACTS 2020: Chinese brands MG, LDV, Great Wall, Haval post big gains 

Amid an overall market slump Australians bought a record number of Chinese cars for the second year in a row in 2020, according to official figures released today by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries. A total of 30,696 cars made in China were reported as sold in Australia last year, an increase of 70...

2021 LDV new cars

It was a big year for LDV, which saw 2020 sales leap 33 per cent over its result in 2019. This was led by the T60 ute, which has no scheduled updates coming in 2021. Stock of the recently-launched Deliver 9 large van will be bolstered in Q1, and other markets have seen a minor facelift to the smaller G10 van and people mover which may flow on to Australia...

Chinese brands MG, LDV, Haval and Great Wall post record sales

Australians are buying more cars made in China in 2020 than any other time in our automotive history. Official sales figures compiled by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industry (FCAI) show Chinese brands LDV, Haval, MG and Great Wall sold a record number of new vehicles up to the end of November 2020, despite a shrinking car market due primarily to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic...

LDV Deliver 9 automatic due in Australian showrooms in early 2021

The LDV Deliver 9 automatic van will arrive in Australia in significant numbers in early 2021 after the initial batch of 50 vehicles sold out within a month. Manual versions of the LDV Deliver 9 remain available in showrooms however there was limited supply initially of automatic versions due to production interruptions earlier this year due to COVID-19...

2021 LDV Deliver 9 price and specs: China's big van arrives

2021 LDV Delivery 9 offers big cargo capacity Dimensions comparable to Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Wheelbase, roof, bus, and cab-chassis options Priced from $42,095 to $59,990 drive-away, with special deals for ABN holders The 2021 LDV Deliver 9 has been revealed, undercutting the price of some of the biggest vans in the segment by up to $20,000...

Chinese car sales up nearly 50 per cent in shrinking Australian market

Sales of Chinese cars in Australia have rise by an average of 48.2 per cent in the first seven months of this year – as the overall market slowed by by 19.2 per cent. Four Chinese brands are currently offered to consumers in Australia – namely MG, LDV, Great Wall and Haval. Figures compiled by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries show MG sales grew by 55...

How big is the boot? Every SUV in Australia, ranked smallest to biggest

If you're shopping for an SUV, it's likely you want to know a few important things. A good number of seats, an ample amount of power, an affordable price point, reliability, safety and – possibly most importantly – how much of your life you can cram into the boot...

Sales of Chinese cars hit top gear: MG, LDV, Haval post record month

Emerging Chinese brands MG, LDV and Haval posted significant sales gains in June 2020, as the overall market fell by 6.4 per cent. MG cars and SUVs reported 1348 vehicles as sold (an increase of 33 per cent compared to the same month last year), while LDV delivered 1052 utes, vans and SUVs (an increase of 31 per cent)...