Maxus eDeliver 3 SWB First Look SAIC

Electric vans are becoming big business nowadays - and with the U.K. 2030 goal of becoming non combustion, it seems the writing is on the wall.

From 1998 to 2001, LDV produced the Cub, a small van, based on the Nissan Vanette. In 2009, LDV were bought out by SAIC, and continued production of commercial vehicles under the Maxus name.

The e DELIVER 3 is available in a 35Kw or 52.5Kw battery configuration with a 90KW /250Nm motor, working in tandem to produce an impressive range of up to 213 miles/344kms

There are two powertrains available - a 52.5 Kw battery, or a 35 Kw battery, both with a 90 KW motor that produces 250 Newton Meters of torque.

The vans come with a range of Safety, Comfort and Mod Cons:

• Cruise Control
• Immobiliser
• Automatic On/Off Headlights
• Daytime Running Lights
• Driver Seatbelt Lock Reminder
• Electronic PAS
• Electronic Stability Control – ESC
• Ternary Polymer Lithium Battery
• Driver Airbag
• Front Passenger Airbag
• Rear Parking Sensors
• Rear Leaf Spring Suspension

• Reversing Camera
• Electric Adjustment Of Outside Mirror
• 3 Energy Recovery Modes
• 2 Driving Modes
• Bluetooth and Carkit
• Air Conditioning
• Electric Windows

• Leather Steering Wheel
• Height Adjustable Steering Wheel
• Multifunction Steering Wheel
• Rake Adjustable Steering Wheel
• Front McPherson Independent Suspension
• Handbrake
• Touch Screen 7 inch
• Stainless Steel Cargo Area Floor
• Front & Rear Ventilated Discs
• 6 Cargo Area Floor Strapping Rings
• Cargo Area Partition (Optional With Glass)
• Alloy wheels (Optional)

In the city, a range of up to 213 miles practically eliminates range anxiety.

Prices start from £30,000.00

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