At 43-grand drive-away, is LDV's seven-seat 4WD more than the sum of its impressively long spec sheet?
The LDV T60 Luxe offers a long list of equipment, five-star safety, and pricing to scare more established competitors. It has some rough edges and is underpowered, but engineering progress comes swiftly out of China...
The LDV T60 Trailrider gains locally tuned suspension due to be rolled out across the rest of the Chinese ute range. ...
Here we have a quick look at China's new electric delivery van, with a circa-200km driving range. It hits Europe this year, and will arrive in Australia... At some point.
Australia’s love affair with utes shows no signs of slowing, presenting a prime opportunity for new entrants like the LDV T60 to slot in. While the Chinese brand is far from a household name right now, it could be just one convincing product away from success. Could the T60 be the one?
With the local launch of the LDV T60, the Chinese auto giant SAIC is making a big play for Australia's booming ute segment. But is the company's first dual-cab 4x4 good enough to mix it with the established players?
The much-anticipated fourth model in the LDV G10 range is arguably the most important. But has the diesel auto version been worth the wait?
James Wong gets a first drive of China's latest ute, the 2017 LDV T60, before it arrives in Australian showrooms later this year.
The commercial van market is powered by diesel, and this is the country's cheapest oil-burning van - the 2017 LDV G10 diesel manual.
The LDV G10 nine-seater looks like amazing value, but does it stack up to used products from name brands?
The LDV G10 is the latest in a growing fleet of cut-price people-movers pitched at big families on a budget that until recently had been forced to scour used car lots for a van big enough for their clan. Unknown to most Australians, LDV is a division of China’s largest automotive manufacturer, SAIC...