|Combat weight (land)||72,460lbs
|Height over cupola||120.5"
|Ground clearance, sides||11"
|Rolled homogeneous steel|
|Engine||Continental LV-1790-1; 12 cylinder, 4 cycle, 90° vee gasoline|
|Torque||Net: 1440 ft-lb@2000rpm
Gross: 1610 ft-lb@2200rpm
|Transmission||Allison CD-850-4A or -4B, 2 ranges forward, 1 reverse|
|Steering||Mechanical, wobble stick|
|Brakes||Multiple plate, oil cooled|
|Type||Road wheels||Track return rollers|
|Torsilastic||9 pairs of dual/track||5 dual/track|
|Drive sprockets||Idlers||Shock absorbers||17-tooth rear drive||Dual compensating at front of track||None|
|Center guide, single pin, steel with inverted grouser|
|Shoes/track||134||Ground contact length||229.25"
|Max level road speed||30mph
|Max water speed||6.8mph
|Max sideslope||60%||Max vertical obstacle||36"
|Min turning diameter||Pivot||Max fording depth||Floats|
|Cruising range||~190mi, roads
LVTP5(CMD) was the command radio version of the LVTP5, and can be identified by the forest of antennas projecting from the roof. The ten-man crew included six radio operators, who were stationed in the cargo compartment and manned up to nine radios. The vehicle was also known as LVTC5.