Do not buy this car unless you are open to the idea of constant trips back to the dealer to sort out many issues. Today was the 4th trip back to the dealer in 6 weeks of ownership, where they don’t know Jon to fix the issue and so I’ll be taking it back a 5th time for them to try and fix it. Ridiculous for a new. Customer service don’t care about customer service. Just. Don’t. Bother.
Purchased in February 2021 for $40,000.00.
Half the price of a Prado but Better
Had the car for 4000ks over the last 4 months goes and tows well at half the price of a Prado but with all the modern features you would expect of a highend car ... but LDV D90 deisel 4*4 is under $47000.
Purchased in October 2020 for $47,000.00.
Worst car I have ever bought
We bought this from brand new in October 2019 as we wanted a big car to travel from Adelaide to Melbourne with our dogs to visit family. We had a LDV van previously so decided to stick with the brand.
It had adaptive cruise control, what a disaster, it picked up the signs on the side of the road or the metal barriers, this made the car have a mind of its own and brake and throw you Vigorously into the windscreen, thank goodness for the seatbelt and this also surprised the cars behind you by nearly slamming up your back side, we and others belie...
Purchased in October 2019 at Ldv REYNELLA South Australia .
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Has anyone learned how to turn the dangerous adaptive cruise control off in a new LDV D90?
Hi Bev yes it is dangerous, we enquired about turning it off and it can’t be turned off, we nearly had an accident in ours, the only thing you can do is sell the car like we did, we only had it 4 months lost money on it and had to pay out another $7000 to get another car, we bovught a safe Haval. My advice to anyone is DONT BUT A LDV D90 I don’t suppose they will refund our difference in money, they are a very dangerous vehicle, I’m surprised no one has had an accident yet, however perhaps they haven’t sold many. That adaptive cruise control should be taken out of the car,. Sorry you did read my review before you bought the car.
Surely it's only a computer program. If they can put it in then they can take it out. Good luck with the newie.. LDV should compensate for your loss.
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