All Maxus models are front-wheel drive only and this has helped the designers to give the vehicle a low loading height through the back and side doors. The side-hinged doors at the rear stretch right up to the vehicle’s roofline for the biggest possible loading aperture. Likewise, the sliding side door is usefully wide and there’s the option of specifying a matching one on the other flank for a greater choice of loading options.
The Maxus comes well-specified as standard with remote central locking, power steering, electric windows and electric adjustment of the large side mirrors. Safety-wise, there’s a driver’s airbag as well as ABS brakes. Service intervals are set at an extremely lengthy 20,000 miles. However should the van operates in dusty environment a much regular service at every 3 months or 5000 miles is recommended. The Maxus promises to be a cheap vehicle to run.
Next important feature is its ability to accommodate up to 15 passengers plus the driver. In lieu of people it can provide ample space for various applications. You just name it, the van has gained praises as mobile post office, mobile laboratory, clinic, office, kitchen, information unit, ambulances, VIP carrier, light strike force, police stations and family caravan , just to mention a few.You may view some of the works at http://www.ldv.com/svo.asp, or http://www.weststarldv.com