Space

The LDV V80 van is renowned for its cargo space. Its large
 load area offers a substantial 6.4m3 of volume in the short
wheelbase model, which extends to a massive 10.4m3 and
11.6m3 on the long wheel base medium and high roof
models respectively.
Two standard pallets can be carried in tandem in the load
area of all models courtesy of the 1,380mm width between
the wheel arches.
The LDV doesn’t ease off when it comes to payload with
up to 1,204kg* in the short wheelbase and 1,419kg* and
1,389kg* in the long wheel base, medium and high roof
models respectively.
There’s also the added benefit of recessed load tie down
points and a heavy duty cargo mat.

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Access

The LDV V80 van is renowned for its cargo space. Its large
 load area offers a substantial 6.4m3 of volume in the short
wheelbase model, which extends to a massive 10.4m3 and
11.6m3 on the long wheel base medium and high roof
models respectively.
Two standard pallets can be carried in tandem in the load
area of all models courtesy of the 1,380mm width between
the wheel arches.
The LDV doesn’t ease off when it comes to payload with
up to 1,204kg* in the short wheelbase and 1,419kg* and
1,389kg* in the long wheel base, medium and high roof
models respectively.
There’s also the added benefit of recessed load tie down
points and a heavy duty cargo mat.

Performance

The LDV V80 delivers diesel power in buckets with its advanced, economical 2.5-litre turbo-diesel engine designed by the Italian VM Motori company. The Bosch electronically controlled, common rail, direct fuel injected, intercooled engine supplies 100Kw @ 3800rpm and 330Nm of torque. The engine is mounted transversely on the frame and provides the vehicle’s front wheel drive.The engine employs a common rail fuel injection system for improved combustion efficiency, as well as low fuel consumption and low emissions.

Safety and security

LDV V80 is constructed of a strong, energy-absorbing

unibody made of high tensile yet lightweight materials to provide added safety without compromising fuel efficiency. Standard safety equipment includes dual airbags, rear

parking sensors and four wheel disc brakes with ABS (Anti-skid Braking System), EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution) and BAS (Brake Assist System).

The LDV comes with remote two-stage central locking, with the first press unlocking the driver’s door only, then the other doors with the second press.