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LDV increases prices from July 1

Pricing across the value-oriented LDV D90, G10, T60 and V80 line-ups will notch up slightly from July 1, with increases of between $500 and $1053.

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LDV is increasing prices by up to $1053 across its D90, T60, G10 and V80 lines from July 1.

Pricing for the Deliver 9 is unchanged, while the G10 people mover has been discontinued.

As with most brands increasing prices, LDV has cited the higher cost of doing business.

It says vehicles ordered and delivered prior to July 1, 2022 will qualify for current pricing.

The company says dealers have been aware of the upcoming price increases for some time and have communicated this information to customers.

In effect, you won’t be saddled with the higher price if you already have an order number and the dealer can see it in their system now, but due to some unforeseen delay it doesn’t reach the dealer until July 2.

However, don’t think you’ll be able to go to an LDV dealer on June 30 and get a vehicle at the old price – unless it’s in dealer stock.

The brand continues to offer separate retail and ABN holder drive-away pricing.

The T60, which has been most affected by supply issues, has seen the highest price increases. Retail drive-away pricing is up by $1053, while ABN holder pricing is up by $1000.

The price increases are slightly lower for the D90 SUV, which has been experiencing a sales boom. Retail drive-away pricing is up by $1000, though ABN holders will only pay $949 more.

The G10 and V80 vans have seen the smallest price increases, at $500 for ABN holders and $526 for retail customers.

LDV isn’t alone in announcing price increases this year, with almost every brand announcing hikes of their own. That includes fellow budget-friendly Chinese brands like MG and GWM.

D90

All D90s have seen an increase of $1000 to their retail drive-away price and $949 to their ABN holder drive-away price.

Retail drive-away priceABN holder drive-away price
D90 2WD$37,990$36,090
D90 Executive 2WD$41,990$39,890
D90 Executive 4WD$45,990$43,690
D90 Executive 4WD diesel$50,990$48,440

G10

G10+ ABN holder drive-away pricing is up by $500, while retail drive-away pricing is up by $526.

Pricing for the G10 diesel manual is unchanged.

Rear barn doors remain a $600 option, or $570 for ABN holders.

Retail drive-away priceABN holder drive-away price
G10+ petrol auto$36,305$34,490
G10 diesel manual$32,621$30,990
G10+ diesel manual$35,779$33,990
G10+ diesel auto$37,884$35,990

T60 Max

ABN holder drive-away pricing is up by $1000 across the T60 Max range, while retail drive-away pricing is up by $1053.

Retail drive-away priceABN holder drive-away price
T60 Max Pro manual$36,832$34,990
T60 Max Pro auto$38,937$36,990
T60 Max Luxe manual$41,568$39,490
T60 Max Luxe auto$43,674$41,490

V80

The almost 20-year old V80 has received price increases of $500 for ABN holders and $526 for retail buyers.

Retail drive-away priceABN holder drive-away price
V80 SWB low roof manual$35,779$33,990
V80 SWB low roof automated manual$37,884$35,990
V80 LWB mid roof automated manual$43,147$40,990
V80 LWB high roof automated manual$45,253$42,990

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