Are LDV Maxus any good?

Are LDV Maxus any good?

In its favour, it’s cheaper than many other contenders this size and offers a good value-for-money package. However build quality feels substandard and it’s rather dated. The cheaply built cabin has not aged well.

Is the LDV Maxus a Ford Transit?

Maxus has launched the Deliver 9, its first all-new large panel van set to rival the Ford Transit. Following its rebrand from LDV in April, the Deliver 9 is the first vehicle in the UK to wear the Maxus badge. The Deliver 9 is powered by a 2.0-litre turbodiesel engine that develops 163PS and 375Nm of torque.

Are Maxus vans made by Ford?

Maxus is one of several well-known brands under the parent company SAIC, based in China. After acquiring LDV in 2010, SAIC manufactured these LCVs under the MAXUS moniker for the home market in China and select left-hand drive markets in Europe such as Spain, Belgium and The Netherlands.

How reliable are LDV Vans?

LDV still the most reliable van on the road

Position Manufacturer Annual Incidence Rate
1 LDV 22.01%
2 Mercedes-Benz 23.15%
3 Mitsubishi 30.63%
4 Fiat 34.23%

What engine does Maxus use?

LDV Maxus
Layout Front-engine, Front wheel drive
Engine 2.5 L I4 VM R425 DOHC diesel
Electric motor Fuel cell-powered 115 kW (154 hp) 350 N⋅m (260 lbf⋅ft) (FCV80)

Who makes the engines for LDV Vans?

VM Motori company
Power for the LDV V80 vans comes from an advanced, economical 2.5-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine designed by the Italian VM Motori company. The Bosch electronically controlled engine produces up to 100 kW of power and 330 Nm of torque.

What engine does LDV Maxus use?

VM 2.5-litre
The vans – all front wheel drive – will be powered by Italian VM 2.5-litre common rail turbodiesel engines as seen in vehicles such as the Jeep Cherokee and Voyager. There will be two power outputs – 95bhp and 120bhp – and a 140bhp version will follow later in the year.

Who is the manufacturer of Maxus cars?

Shanghai Automobile and Industrial Corporation
Maxus is a division of SAIC (Shanghai Automobile and Industrial Corporation), the largest automotive manufacturer in China. A Fortune Global 500 company, SAIC sold almost 6 million vehicles in 2015 and has formed joint ventures with Volkswagen and General Motors.

How many miles will a diesel van last?

Today’s modern vans are engineered to last – and 100,000 miles showing on the clock is commonplace. There’s even stories of Transits reaching 200,000 and beyond – but if you are considering spending your hard-earned cash purchasing a ‘High Miler’, it can be a case of ‘buyer beware’.

Is LDV a reliable van?

Despite Leyland DAF Vans closing its doors four years ago, its vans remain robust, suffering the least number of breakdowns, according to Warranty Direct, while Vauxhall vans come bottom of the study.

What happened to Maxus?

Currently, it is a commercial and passenger vehicle manufacturer being a wholly owned subsidiary of SAIC Motor, which owns other brands such as MG and Roewe.

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