The LDV T60 carries on with a choice of two trim levels, two transmissions, and two body styles.
The T60 is relatively unique in offering an extended tub.
Although the Volkswagen Amarok is also available with a longer load bay, it’s around $20,000 less expensive than the cheapest Amarok XL.
- 2020 LDV T60 Pro Manual: $30,516
- 2020 LDV T60 Pro Automatic: $32,621
- 2020 LDV T60 Luxe Manual: $35,253
- 2020 LDV T60 Luxe Mega Tub LWB Manual: $36,831
- 2020 LDV T60 Luxe Automatic: $37,358
- 2020 LDV T60 Luxe Mega TUB LWB Automatic: $38,937
All prices are before on-road costs
Pricing may vary based on your location, so to get a more accurate idea of pricing you can request a quote via the LDV website. It’s also worth keeping an eye on the LDV offers page to see if they have any deals running on the T60 at the moment.
The 2020 LDV T60 is powered by a 2.8-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel producing 110kW of power and 360Nm of torque.
Six-speed manual or torque-converter automatic transmissions are available across the range.
Four-wheel drive is standard with switchable 2H, 4H and 4L modes, with a rear-differential lock available on Luxe trim levels.
Combined fuel economy for the manual models is 8.8L/100km, with automatic models returning 9.6L/100km.
The regular dual-cab 2020 LDV T60 measures 5365mm long, 1900mm wide, 1852mm tall, with a wheelbase of 3155mm.
Despite being longer at 5680mm long with a 3470mm wheelbase, Mega Tub variants are also slightly lower to the ground at 1809mm tall.
With the standard tub box fitted a regular pallet will not quite fit, with the space between the wheel arches being 1131mm.
Approach angle is 27 degrees, departure angle is 24.2 degrees and ramp break-over angle is 21.3 degrees, while LDV claims a wading depth of 550mm.
All T60 variants have a braked towing capacity of 3000kg.
Payload varies from 815kg on the Luxe Auto, to 1025kg on the Pro Manual.
You can find additional information via the LDV T60 website. Additionally you can view the various differences in dimensions between the different variants on the official T60 brochure. If you want to see one of these in person, head down to your local LDV dealer to check one out.
The first service for the T60 is required within the first six months or 5000km.
Regular maintenance is required 12 months or 15,000km – whichever comes first.
The 2021 LDV T60 is backed by a five-year, 130,000km warranty (whichever comes first).
All 2021 LDV T60 models (including Mega Tub variants) come with a five-star ANCAP safety rating.
Tested in 2017, the T60 scored an overall score of 35.46 out of 37.
Every T60 comes standard with the following safety features:
- Blind-spot monitoring
- Fatigue and attention reminder
- Hill-start assist
- Six airbags
- Rear-parking sensors with reversing camera
- Front and rear disc brakes
Standard on top of this on the Luxe trim:
- Lane departure warning
- Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Standard on the T60 Pro is:
- 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system
- Wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
- 17-inch alloy wheels
- Automatic LED headlights
- Automatic window wipers
- Six speakers
- Cloth seats
- Side steps
- Tub liner
- Roof rails
- Manual air-conditioning
- Cruise control
Stepping up to the T60 Luxe brings:
- Climate control
- Leather steering wheel
- Leather seats
- Six-way electronically adjustable front seats
- Sports bar
- Chrome door mirrors and door handles
The T60 Luxe Mega Tub LWB also brings:
- 19-inch alloy wheels
Premium paint adds $500. This is every colour apart from solid white.
You can find more details on the standard equipment by downloading the T60 brochure.