LDV G10 2020
Carsguide Senior Editor Matt Campbell had this to say at the time: The LDV G10 is a solid option for those buyers who just want a van that gets the job done. It was decent with weight on board, but is probably better suited to parcel carriers rather than pallet shifters.You can read the full review here.
The LDV G10 2020 comes in a Commercial and People mover and competes with similar models like the Ford Ranger, Mitsubishi Triton and Mazda BT-50 in the Under $30k category category.
The 2020 LDV G10 carries a braked towing capacity of up to 1750 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
The LDV G10 is also known as the Maxus G10 in markets outside Australia.
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LDV G10 2020 Reviews
LDV G10 2020 Price and Specs
|LDV G10 Model||Body Type||Specs||Price|
|Barn Door||Commercial||1.9L Diesel 6 SP AUTO||$34,800|
|Barn Door||Commercial||1.9L Diesel 6 SP MAN||$32,168|
|(base)||Commercial||1.9L Diesel 6 SP AUTO||$34,147|
|(base)||Commercial||1.9L Diesel 6 SP MAN||$31,569|
|(7 Seat)||People mover||2.0L ULP 6 SP AUTO||$30,990|
|(9 Seat)||People mover||2.0L ULP 6 SP AUTO||$33,990|
|Diesel (7 Seat Mpv)||People mover||1.9L Diesel 6 SP AUTO||$34,990|
|Diesel (9 Seat Mpv)||People mover||1.9L Diesel 6 SP AUTO||$37,990|
LDV G10 2020 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the LDV G10 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
LDV G10 2016: Does it have a timing chain or belt?
There were three engines offered in the 2016 LDV G10, Brett; a turbo-petrol, a non-turbo petrol and a turbo-diesel. Here’s the answer to all three possibilities: Both the two-litre turbocharged petrol and the turbo-diesel use a timing chain. The 2.4-litre non-turbo petrol engine uses a timing belt.
The timing belt will need replacing at regular intervals while the timing chains should be good for the life of the vehicles they are fitted to.
LDV G10 2016: Blowing white smoke
Service intervals are specified as either/or, it’s whichever comes first. Your service is due in August, or at 30,000 km if that comes first. White smoke would tend to suggest a problem with the turbocharger. Turbochargers have to have clean oil to survive; dirty oil will kill them eventually. You need to negotiate with LDV, if you haven’t missed the service by a long way you might be able to get some help on the cost of repairs; otherwise you’re unlikely to get much assistance.
How does the LDV G10 compare to the Hyundai iMax and Kia Carnival?
There are so few LDVs out there it’s hard to say how reliable they are, but we know the iMax and Carnival are good. I would go for the Carnival.