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LDV’s latest commercial vehicles fall into the Maxus range, which features everything from standard vans to minibuses and combi vehicles. Maxus chassis can be secured for specific customisation by the customer, while many of its models are used by the emergency services, eventually making their way to the used market. With a range of industry awards achieved by the company, it is easy to see why these affordable LDV vans remain popular. LDV Maxus Minibus The minibus range from LDV is broad, with seating configurations of between 10 and 17 available, as well as two different engines to determine pulling power and motorway... Read more
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LDV’s latest commercial vehicles fall into the Maxus range, which features everything from standard vans to minibuses and combi vehicles. Maxus chassis can be secured for specific customisation by the customer, while many of its models are used by the emergency services, eventually making their way to the used market. With a range of industry awards achieved by the company, it is easy to see why these affordable LDV vans remain popular.

LDV Maxus Minibus
The minibus range from LDV is broad, with seating configurations of between 10 and 17 available, as well as two different engines to determine pulling power and motorway performance. The rear seats can be removed to accommodate wheelchairs, and even at the upper end of the size scale the LDV minibuses are more compact and manoeuvrable than equivalent Ford Transit models. Safety equipment, including ABS and EBD, is standard on these vans, while LDV prides itself on pricing its models competitively, which is reflected by their second-hand values.

LDV Maxus Van
SWB and LWB vans from LDV come with a comprehensive choice of roof heights and also offer larger door apertures than some other big-name commercial vehicles. This makes them easy to use, with a maximum payload on the largest model of 1616kg. A range of turbo-diesel engines provide plenty of power, as well as the kind of torque that prevents them from feeling sluggish even with a full load on board. Crew vans are also available in this range, as well as Special Vehicle Operation (SVO) models that are adapted for use in particular industries.

LDV Maxus Chassis Cab
With an extended frame capable of accommodating many different rear attachments, the Maxus can feature dropside trailers, tippers and Luton van boxes. And since servicing only need occur every 20,000 miles, running an LCV van is often more affordable than the ownership costs associated with its biggest competitors.

LDV Maxus Combi
When a little more versatility is required of a van, the Maxus Combi is a good option. Seating up to six inside and with a maximum payload of 1380kg, these vehicles are intended to meet the needs of commercial users who may also be securing this type of vehicle for their domestic and leisure activities as well. This is why the interior is equipped with convenient features such as a CD player, air bags, heated mirrors, electric windows and more. Adding the Platinum pack provides access to air conditioning, alloy wheels and metallic paint.

LDV Maxus Electric
In the near future, the Maxus range of vans will be expanded with a full electric variant, capable of reducing carbon emissions to almost nothing, depending on the source from which the batteries are charged. It will still have room for three upfront and will accommodate the LWB chassis of the standard Maxus. Regenerative braking technology will allow energy to be reclaimed whenever the driver hits the brakes, keeping the batteries topped up while on the move. And this energy is also generated through systems such as the power steering for increased efficiency.

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