MAXUS launches fully electric eDeliver 9

MAXUS has launched its full electric eDeliver 9 zero emission van, with two size options and a range of 219km.

The MAXUS eDeliver 9 comes with three battery options: 51.5Kwh, 72Kwh and 88.55 Kwh (LH) with various battery cooling methods which reduce charging time (DC 45mins (5%-80%), as well as extending battery life and increases the operating range.

The new model will be rated at 3500kgs and optional 4050kgs with payloads of up to 1,700kg/51.5kWh.

MAXUS offers a number variants in the eDELIVER 9 range including crew cab, chassis and minibus models, while a network of specialist converters can also create a bespoke van to cater for individual driver and business needs including mobility, refrigeration and specialist cargo.

Mark Barrett, GM of Harris Maxus, which distributes the MAXUS range, commented: “Despite its challenges, 2020 has represented a new era for MAXUS in which we can offer our customers even more variety in terms of zero emission commercial vehicles. The eDeliver 9, as the bigger more powerful of our EVs, is the big brother to the eDeliver 3, so our MAXUS family is expanding at pace with a chassis variant to arrive in Q2 2021.

“The eDeliver 9, a complete new platform, perfectly illustrates MAXUS’ focus on diversification, customisation and reputation. Everything about this van is of superior quality and showcases what we at MAXUS are all about. We want to make choosing an electric vehicle as easy as possible for customers, whether they are shopping for one vehicle or an entire fleet for their business. The eDeliver 9 has it all in terms of spec, space and is 100% electric.”

MAXUS, formerly LDV, launched the smaller eDeliver 3 back in the summer.

Prices for the eDELIVER 9 start from £55,000 ex. VAT with the approval of a government electric vehicle grant. The eDELIVER 9 is available to order now for deliveries from January 2021.

Dan Parton
Dan Parton
Dan Parton is a former editor of Truck & Driver, the UK’s biggest selling truck magazine. He is now the editor of our three commercial vehicle titles: The Van Expert, The Truck Expert and Commercial Vehicle Engineer.

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