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Thread: LDV G10 v Toyota HiAce 2015 Comparison

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    basically all the SWB Transits have been fwd for 8 odd years
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    Hiace is a good choice for family guys and for those who like big companies and trips on wild nature for camping)
    It's very spaciuos and comfy) here's an article)

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    I have a conudum, i have a mitsi canta for a work vehicle, but it is getting old, and a head gasket is on the way out.

    Do i get a jumbo transit for $62,000 or an LDV for $40,000 ?

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    My brother just bought a 5yr old Hiace for his son who races motorcross.
    The only negative that I agree is the front doesn't much protection IF a head on, the rest it does the job !
    Low maintenance, reliability and bonus if it matters retains good value when wishing to sell or trade up.
    I wouldn't go the Transit Blue.
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    Go the Jumbo Transit over the LDV anyday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dash gt View Post
    Go the Jumbo Transit over the LDV anyday.
    but why, the LDV seam to have a reasonable reputation in EU ?

    $20k goes a long way ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluestuff1 View Post
    but why, the LDV seam to have a reasonable reputation in EU ?

    $20k goes a long way ...
    You know they come out of China right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dash gt View Post
    You know they come out of China right?
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    Leyland DAF Vehicles, but yes, probably chinese origins...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluestuff1 View Post
    L D V

    Leyland DAF Vehicles, but yes, probably chinese origins...lol
    Europe origins built in China.

    They look like the old model transit, that says something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FTe217 View Post
    My brother just bought a 5yr old Hiace for his son who races motorcross.
    The only negative that I agree is the front doesn't much protection IF a head on, the rest it does the job !
    Low maintenance, reliability and bonus if it matters retains good value when wishing to sell or trade up.
    I wouldn't go the Transit Blue.
    hey this a Falcon Forums , not Toyota Forums
    The hiace is a prick to drive compared to the transits
    they are real old school japaneese vans

    The Transits in comparison are like cars to drive
    Early model transits had a few issues, but anything from 2006 are pretty good reliable vehicles, and boy do they hold their resale
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