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LDV D90 2017 pricing and spec confirmed

LDV has announced pricing for its pick-up-based D90 seven-seat SUV, with the four-variant range set to launch this month from $36,990 driveaway for the two-wheel-drive Mode variant.

From launch, the D90 range will be offered with the choice of two- or all-wheel drive, and three levels of specification – Mode and Deluxe for the 2WD, while the AWD version has Deluxe and range-topping Luxe trim.

All variants are powered by a 165kW/350Nm 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, with fuel consumption rated at 10.2 litres per 100km for 2WD variants, up to 10.9L/100km in the AWD versions.

The D90 will be LDV's flagship model in Australia. The D90 will be LDV's flagship model in Australia.

Measuring 5005mm long, 1875mm tall and 1932mm wide, the D90 is offered with seven seats, with 412L of space with all seats raised, increasing to 1350L with the third-row pews folded.

All variants employ double wishbone independent front suspension with five-link coil springs in the rear, with stopping power coming from disc brakes all round.

Safety equipment across the range includes six airbags, front seatbelt pretensioners, ISOFIX child seat tether points, LED daytime running lights, adaptive headlights, blind spot monitor, traffic sign recognition, lane departure warning, ABS brakes, electronic brake assist, autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, electronic brake-force distribution, electronic stability program, hill descent control, hill-start assist, front and rear parking sensors, reversing camera and tyre pressure monitor.

A 12.0-inch multimedia screen comes standard on the D90. A 12.0-inch multimedia screen comes standard on the D90.

Moving up to the Deluxe trim, which is available for $39,990 and $42,990 driveaway for the 2WD and AWD respectively, adds two smart keys and keyless entry and start, while the top-spec Luxe ($46,990 driveaway) gains a surround-view camera.

Standard specification on the entry-level D90 Mode, which at $36,990 is slightly more expensive than the top-spec T60 ute, includes a 12.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, 8.0-inch digital instrument cluster, multifunction steering wheel, six-speaker sound system, Bluetooth compatibility, six-way manual adjusted driver’s seat with artificial leather upholstery, dual-zone air-conditioning, dusk-sensing LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers and 18-inch alloy wheels.

Opting for the Deluxe nets buyers eight-way adjustable driver’s seat with leather upholstery and four-way lumbar support, sunroof, puddle door lights, telescopic steering wheel, ambient interior lighting, dual-zone climate control air-conditioning, deluxe luggage rack, leather-bound steering wheel, electric opening tailgate and eight-speaker sound system.

The Deluxe spec scores leather upholstery. The Deluxe spec scores leather upholstery.

Equipment exclusive to the Luxe grade includes heated and auto-folding door mirrors, panoramic sunroof, auto-dimming rearview mirrors, heated front and rear seats with ventilation and massage function for the driver, and a 12-speaker sound system.

AWD variants gain an electronic locking rear differential for extra traction on tough terrain.

Nine exterior paint hues will be available from launch, while buyers receive a five year/130,000km warranty with 24/7 roadside assistance.

2017 LDV D90 driveaway pricing

LDV D90 Mode 2WD – automatic – $36,990
LDV D90 Deluxe 2WD – automatic – $39,990
LDV D90 Deluxe AWD – automatic – $42,990
LDV D90 Luxe AWD – automatic – $46,990

Can LDV steal sales away from the likes of the Ford Everest, Toyota Fortuner and Mitsubishi Pajero Sport with the D90? Tell us what you think in the comments below.