|Date of first acceptance||1997||Total acceptances||17|
|Wheelbase||Front to 2nd axle: 43.3"
Front to 3rd axle: 95.9"
Front to rear axle: 136.8"
Front to 2nd axle: 110cm
Front to 3rd axle: 244cm
Front to rear axle: 347.5cm
|25mm Cannon GAU-12/U||Turret||990 rounds
|+65° to -8°
|FIM-92D or FIM-92E Stinger missiles||Launchers on turret right and top||16 missiles
|+65° to -8°
|Azimuth and elevation|
|FLIR for gunner and commander, image intensifying periscope for driver|
|Rolled hard homogeneous steel|
|Engine||General Motors 6V53T; 6 cylinder, 2 cycle, vee, supercharged diesel|
|Horsepower||Gross: 275@2800rpm||Torque||Gross: 586 ft-lb@2000rpm|
|Transmission||Allison MT653, 5 speeds forward, 1 reverse|
|Type||Road wheels||Shock absorbers|
|Front 2 axles: Independent coil spring
Rear 2 axles: Torsion bar
|4/side||On each wheel|
|Max level road speed||62mph
|Max water speed||6mph
|Max sideslope||30%||Min turning diameter||51'
|Max fording depth||Floats||Cruising range||~410mi, roads
The LAV-AD replaced the LAV-25's turret with a General Electric Blazer turret featuring two quadruple launchers for Stinger antiaircraft missiles--one launcher situated on the turret's right side and one on top of the turret--and a six-barrel rotary cannon mounted centrally between the commander's and gunner's stations. The gun has a maximum rate of fire of 1800 rounds/minute. The infrared-homing Stinger missile has a maximum range of 8km (5 miles), a maximum speed of Mach 2.2, and is topped by a 3kg (7lb) high-explosive warhead. The Block I FIM-92E was upgraded with a new processor and roll frequency sensor. The turret crew were housed in separate stations bifurcated by the cannon and one of the missile launchers. The turret crew was provided with large windows to the front and sides, and either man could control the turret. An automatic digital fire control system allowed the preprogramming of 44 engagement firing sequences, and the stabilization system permitted the vehicle to fire on the move.