The LDV range in Australia has expanded rapidly over its first few years of operation, expanding from the original V80 van and bus models to include the G10 van range and the G10 peoplemover. LDV Automotive then hit the mainstream mindset with the T60 ute range and D90 seven-seat SUV, and those models have helped grow the company's presence locally - to the point where LDV has become a household name. The most recent addition to the commercial vehicle line-up - the Deliver 9 large van - once again offers a value-focused option. LDV models are known under the Maxus brand in most other markets, and all LDVs are built in China by the giant Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation - one of the largest and most valuable automotive manufacturing businesses in the world - and imported into Australia by Ateco Automotive.
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