LDV Australia’s most prices to rise next month

Prices for most LDV G10, T60, D90 and V80 models will go up on July 1 for all buyers who haven’t received delivery before the end of June – no matter how long you’ve been in line.


Chinese brand: LDV will increase prices for four of its five model lines starting July 1 — and only buyers who take delivery before the end of this month will be exempt from the price increases.

From July 1, the prices of the LDVs seven seater D90 SUV, T60 Max ut, V80 of, and most G10 van variants will increase for private buyers and ABN holders by between $500 and $1053 depending on the variant – attributed to higher manufacturing and shipping costs.

Ateco, LDV’s Australian distributor, offers buyers “price protection” – but only if their vehicle is “delivered” before the end of this month, regardless of when they placed an order or when the vehicle was built.



It means that buyers who order a vehicle today but receive a new D90 or other model on July 2nd will be forced to pay the higher price – even though their vehicle may have been built before July 1st and has never been affected by the increase in supply chain costs.

The Deliver 9 range – consisting of body styles of large vans, buses and cabs – is exempt from the latest price hikes, but was hit with a $2,500 increase (for ABN holders, or $2632 for private buyers) on Feb.

Also included in the February 1 price increase were the D90 SUV, V80 Van and G10 Van.



The basic guide for the G10 diesel was poised to hit $1000 as part of the February price hike, from $30,990 to $31,990 drive-away for ABN holders – oddly enough, the variant is still advertised at the lower price on the LDV Australia website, without change from July 1st

The prices of optional extras and premium paint colors in the LDV range will also remain unchanged from 1 July.

Sales of LDVs in Australia continued to rise in 2022, up 12.5 percent from the first five months of last year. The D90 led the way, with 1,844 sales so far this year, up 285.8 percent year-over-year.



Fashion model Variant Retail price (old) Retail price (new) increase ABN rate (old) ABN price (new) increase
D90 2WD petrol $36,990 $37,990 $1000 $35,141 $36,090 $949
Executive 2WD petrol $40,990 $41,990 $1000 $38,941 $39,890 $949
Executive 4WD petrol $44,990 $45,990 $1000 $42,741 $43,690 $949
Executive 4WD diesel $49,990 $50,990 $1000 $47,491 $48,440 $949
T60 Max Professional manual $35,779 $36,832 $1053 $33,990 $34,990 $1000
pro car $37,884 $38,937 $1053 $35,990 $36,990 $1000
Luxury manual $40,516 $41,568 $1052 $38,490 $39,490 $1000
luxury car $42,621 $43,674 $1053 $40,490 $41,490 $1000
G10 Van G10+ petrol car $35,779 $36,305 $526 $33,990 $34,490 $500
G10 diesel manual $32,621 $32,621 $0 $30,990 $30,990 $0
G10+ diesel manual $35,253 $35,779 $526 $33,490 $33,990 $500
G10+ diesel car $37,358 $37,884 $526 $35,490 $35,990 $500
Behind barn door option $600 $600 $0 $570 $570 $0
V80 SWB Low Roof manual $35,253 $35,779 $526 $33,490 $33,990 $500
SWB low roof AMT car $37,358 $37,884 $526 $35,490 $35,990 $500
LWB Mid Roof AMT car $42,621 $43,147 $526 $40,490 $40,990 $500
LWB high roof AMT car $44,721 $45,253 $532 $42,490 $42,990 $500

Alex Misoyannis has been writing about cars since 2017, when he started his own website, Redline. He contributed to Drive in 2018, before joining CarAdvice in 2019 and becoming a regular contributing journalist on the news team in 2020. Cars have played a central role throughout Alex’s life, from browsing car magazines as a young age to growing up around performance vehicles in a car-loving family.

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