LDV a short while ago up to date its dual-taxi ute – the T60 MAX – by introducing a refreshed exterior design, more gear, revised suspension tuning and a tweaked two.-litre engine, which is now the most effective 4-cylinder turbo-diesel (160kW/500Nm) in its course.
With a extra upmarket inside and a generous amount of conventional basic safety gear, the T60 MAX is arguably the greatest price-for-cash ute on the Australian current market and just one that competes in a phase the that brand itself recognises as a “critical battleground”.
The revised T60 MAX assortment is almost ten for every cent extra high priced than its predecessor – price ranges commence at $33,990 drive-absent (for ABN holders), but the Chinese presenting is considerably more affordable than the segment’s greatest sellers when in comparison like for like.
To that close, the T60 MAX is perfectly specified – and perfectly supported by a generous factory guarantee – and presents a similar operate ethic to its essential rivals with a payload rating of between 750-953kg and braked towing potential of 3000kg it is a pity, then, that only 4 tie-down factors are equipped in the LDV’s tub.
LDV prices a realistic fuel consumption figure of 9.3 litres for every 100km on the ADR Put together cycle for styles outfitted with the ZF-sourced eight-velocity computerized transmission and presents mounted-rate servicing to make certain minimal ongoing functioning costs.
It has also gone to terrific lengths to make certain the T60 MAX satisfies consumer expectations on basic safety. To that close, it has fitted six airbags, crisis brake assist and electronic brake-drive distribution, hill-descent handle, LED DRLs, rear parking sensors and a reversing digicam, as perfectly as a tiredness- reminder functionality, across the assortment.
The assortment-topping Luxe analyzed right here ($40,490) provides a 360-degree digicam, lane-departure warning and an on-need rear differential lock.