While the LDV lags a little behind the top dogs, it proves adequate on merit and outstanding on value
Its specs match the Great Wall across all the mandatories such as ABS, along with EBD and Emergency Brake Assist. It also has a Blind Spot Monitor, Hill Descent Control, Hill Start Assist, Stability and Traction Control Systems and Electronic Diff Lock.
On top of that, T60 has Roll Movement Intervention (RMI), six airbags, tyre pressure monitoring, front and rear fog lights, parking sensors and side steps.
Wanting to compete with the conventional mid-priced utes from the likes of Mazda, Nissan, Isuzu and Mazda, and maybe entice a few buyers away from them, the T60’s cabin follows the philosophy of champagne taste on a beer budget. Overall it’s impressive, and manages to provide the look, feel, comfort and features of utes $10-$20k more.
The T60 is trying to be a cheaper version of the big players in the ute market and this is apparent inside. The seats replicate design elements of big-brand utes, done
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