Maxus eDeliver 3 electric van

The Maxus eDeliver 3 is the first ground up electric van available in the UK as all previous electric vans are adaptations of existing diesel models. Maxus, which was previously called LDV in the UK, are manufactured by SAIC Motors who are the largest automotive group in China and also bring us the MG brand.

The Maxus eDeliver 3 is a small-medium electric van which is a direct competitor to the Nissan E-NV200, which is rumoured to go out of production in 2021. The eDeliver 3 offers a slightly larger cargo space and is available with either a 35kWh or 52.5kWh battery pack. There is only one trim level and all models get heated seats, air conditioning, DC CCS rapid charging, reversing camera & sensors and DAB radio.

The 90kW motor is the most powerful in its class (see comparisons below) and you get two drive modes (standard & eco) plus three levels of regenerative braking.

The Maxus eDeliver 3 is available as a single size panel van (SWB) and also a LWB chassis cab for custom body builds. The panel van is one of the first electric vans which is rated for towing and has a towing capacity of up to 1,200kg with a braked trailer.

The cargo volume is 4.3m3 and has a maximum payload of 865kg in the 35kWh version and 905kg in the 52.5kWh model. The load area is 2180mm long, 1330mm in height and 1220mm between the wheel arches.

The WLTP range is: 99 miles combined/151 miles city with the 35kWh battery and 141 miles combined/213 miles city with the 52.5kWh battery. These tests were performed with 750kg load. See video below where I achieved 159 miles driving the 35kWh model empty on a mix of roads.

Download eDeliver 3 brochures

Maxus eDELIVER range brochure MY2021

Maxus eDELIVER3 specs MY2021

There is an error in these brochures: The UK spec eDeliver 3 doesn't have Android Auto or Apple CarPlay as shown.

eDeliver 3 videos

How does the eDeliver 3 compare to the other small-medium electric vans ?

Maxus eDeliver 3 SWB

Payload: 865kg or 905kg
Cargo area: 4.8m3
Battery: 35 or 52.5kWh
Motor: 90kW 255Nm

Nissan E-NV200

Payload: 705kg
Cargo area: 4.
2m3
Battery:
40kWh
Motor:
80kW 254Nm

Renault Kangoo ZE33 Maxi

Payload: 605kg
Cargo area: 4.0m3
Battery: 33kWh
Motor: 44kW 225Nm

Peugeot Partner SE L2

Payload: 552kg
Cargo area:
3.7m3
Battery:
22kWh
Motor: 4
9kW 215Nm







Go Green Autos can supply new Maxus vehicles (both the eDeliver 3 and eDeliver 9 electric vans) and currently stock pre-registered eDeliver 3 vans which are available for immediate delivery.

Prices

We currently have some new pre-registered eDeliver 3 35kWh vans in stock which are available for immediate delivery.

Registered 10/06/2021 with only 13 miles on the clock. Warranty and roadside assistance to Jun 2026 and battery warranted to Jun 2029. These come with type2 charge cable, a portable charger (granny cable) and a full size cab carpet mat.

Only £23,995+VAT

New 52.5kWh models are £27,450+VAT

Prices include the plug-in grant. A DVLA registration fee of £55 applies to new vehicles. Delivery to your premises not included.

Range

The official WLTP range for the Maxus eDeliver 3 models are below, including the Nissan ENV200 40kWh for comparison.

Maxus eDeliver 3 35kWh

WLTP city: 141 miles
WLTP combined: 99 miles

Our real world combined driving test, in summer (& empty) is 159 miles.


WLTP tests completed with 750kg load.

Maxus eDeliver 3 52.5kWh

WLTP city: 213 miles
WLTP combined:
151 miles


WLTP tests completed with 750kg load.

Nissan E-NV200 40kWh

WLTP city: 187 miles
WLTP combined:
124 miles

Our real world combined driving test, in summer (& empty) is 163 miles.


Unknown load in the WLTP tests cycles.