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Maxus E Deliver 3: price and specification

Maxus is now taking orders for the E Deliver 3, its first compact electric van.

Priced from £22,800 (inc Government grant), the E Deliver 3 is one of the cheapest electric vans available.

Deliveries are expected to commence before the end of the year.

Two battery options are available: 35kWH and 52.5kWh, giving a range of up to 98 miles and 150 miles, respectively.

Both batteries can be charged from 0-80% in 45 minutes, using a rapid charger.

All versions are powered by the same electric motor, providing 122PS and 255Nm.

The Maxus E Deliver 3 is available in three variants: a short wheelbase panel van, a long wheelbase panel van and a long wheelbase platform chassis

The short wheelbase pane van has a cargo capacity of 4.8 cubic metres and a maximum payload of 905Kg.

The long wheelbase provides 6.3 cubic metres or cargo space and has a maximum payload of 1,020Kg.

The platform chassis has a 1,202Kg payload capacity.

Standard equipment includes air conditioning, electric windows, electrically adjustable door mirrors, a multifunction steering wheel and an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The E Deliver 3 also features a reversing camera with rear parking sensors, cruise control, six floor-mounted strapping rings for the cargo bay and a solid partition between the cargo bay and cabin.

Read our first drive review of the Maxus Deliver 3 here.


Fleet News May 28 2020 issue

In the May issue

Working on the frontline in the Covid-19 pandemic

The experience of fleet managers and key workers who have stepped up during the height of the pandemic to save lives and keep the country running / p28

The 'forgotten' lockdown 'knights

Freight needs overlooked as authorities prioritise measures to promote cycling and walking / p75

Daf Trucks makes plans for post-Covid-19 future

Market leader expects an impact on parent company's results. But stresses it has strength to ride out storm / p78

In-cab cameras

Putting the blame where it belongs / p80

FTA advice

Protect home workers. Out of sight cannot mean out of mind / p85

Tomorrow's fleet

Target 2050: Delivering net zero emissions / p16

Electric fleet

ULEV project: Results of the Nottingham experiment / p22

Post Covid-19: Getting the post lockdown right / p27

In the spotlight

Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service/Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service: Working as one is better than two / p52

Today's fleet: Post Covid-19

Coronavirus webinar: Expert panel answers all your 'what happens next?' questions / p60

Negotiating: The 'why' not just the 'what' / p62

Finance and loans: Coronavirus cash options for business / p64

Fleet News debates: Roundtable talk focuses on EVs / p66

 

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