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Video: Medium Van or Large Van? LDV G10 and LDV Deliver 9

It’s nearing the end of the financial year and sales of vans and work vehicles in general climbs as businesses look to upgrade their fleet with the smartest tax advantage. One of the questions we get asked a lot is whether a potential van buyer should opt for a small or large van...

Video: Four-wheel-drive ute mega test: Tub comparison

Loadspace is arguably the most crucial part of a ute’s definition. While their base function is still the same, there are a lot of different feature these days that can set them apart. From bare bones, all the way to electric roller covers, let's see what's available to you.

Video: Best ute 2020 comparison: Isuzu D-Max v Mazda BT-50 v Toyota HiLux v Ford Ranger v Mitsubishi Triton v Nissan Navara v VW Amarok vs LDV T60 Trailrider

We test eight of Australia’s favourite utes in our annual mega test.

Video: 2020 LDV T60 Trailrider 2

Sponsored by LDV A new engine and a tub-load of accessories help the new LDV T60 Trailrider 2 stand out from the pack. Come with us as we take a closer look at the 4x4 pickup in more detail! MORE: LDV T60 news and reviews...

LDV T60 Mega Tub review (Sponsored)

Sponsored by: LDV There's no escaping the rise of the double-cab ute. Part family car, part utility tool, is there anything they can't do? Well, yeah... See, the back of a dual-cab ute is a little bit limited in size and if your weekend pursuits need a bit more space, you might find that your do-it-all car can't actually do it all...

11 Utes, 1 winner: 2019 Dual-cab ute comparison: Best ute of 2019

Best ute 2019 comparison: Ford Ranger v Toyota HiLux v Mitsubishi Triton v Nissan Navara v Isuzu D-Max v Holden Colorado v Volkswagen Amarok v Mazda BT-50 v Mercedes X-Class v Ssangyong Musso XLV v LDV T60 It’s the most comprehensive test we’ve undertaken: 11 of Australia’s top-selling double-cab utes compared side-by-side...

2017 LDV G10 Turbo Walkaround

Read the full article here. The LDV G10 van is now available with the option of a turbo-diesel engine in Australia. Kicking off at $28,990 drive-away with the six-speed manual ($31,490 auto), the diesel-powered G10 van represents a $3000 increase over the equivalent manual-equipped petrol model.