LDV’s Deliver 9 has been launched in three variants: the standard wheelbase MR (mid roof); the long wheelbase MR; and the long wheelbase HR (high roof). There’s also a cab chassis option, and 11 or 14-seat bus configurations (in mid and long wheelbase, plus mid and high roof) are also available.
Powering each LDV is a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel producing 110kW and 375Nm from just 1,500rpm. It is available with stop/start engine technology to trim fuel use and emissions. Six-speed manual and six-speed automatic transmissions operate through rear-wheel drive.
Deliver 9 has a 1.2m wide side door, and 180-degree opening rear doors.
A $1,500 Option Pack, adds 236-degree rear opening doors, also blind spot detection, lane change assist, and keyless entry.
The long wheelbase MR Deliver 9 can carry two Australian pallets. The load area has a capacity of 10.97 cubic metres and payload of 1,670kg
Apple CarPlay and Bluetooth phone connectivity are standard
All Deliver 9s have worthwhile safety features: autonomous emergency braking, electronic stability control system and lane departure warning.
New Deliver 9 is the first LDV model to receive a comprehensive Capped Price Servicing Programme.
For three years or 95,000km, whichever comes first, the Deliver 9 will cost from just $1,895 including GST to service. Its covered by a 160,000km warranty. LDV has a 82-strong national dealer network.