WITH an estimated range of up to 185-miles the Maxus eDeliver 9 eclipses the Mercedes-Benz eSprinter, the most comparable alternative.
A real game-changer in the large electric commercial van market, the eDeliver 9 has an average public charge time of 90 minutes on a 50kW public charger or up to 10 hours using the 7kW chargers found at home and the workplace.
With a five-year, 60,000-mile warranty if it’s reliability you are looking for as well as performance look no further than the eDeliver9.
Why Make The Switch Now?
Make the switch to electric and be one of the first to benefit from Maxus’s new £30m eDeliver9 conquest programme for drivers making the move away from Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) in 2022.
There has never been a better time to pick up a Maxus eDeliver 9. Available from today at any Maxus dealership in the UK, this support programme is open to all customers, from one van owner to the largest of fleets.
A £15,000 subsidy will be set aside for each vehicle purchased as part of the campaign.
The conquest programme is a limited offer applying to the first 2,000 eDeliver9s ordered from 01 March and will not be extended once the allocated 2,000 eDeliver9 vehicles are sold.
The answer to all your eLCV needs, this Maxus support programme is available on all variants of the eDeliver9, including:
- panel van,
- tipper, and
- Luton box with a Tail Lift 3500kg or 4050kg GVW.
There will also be the option to order an e DELIVER 9 Fridge van, milk float or welfare van.
Take a further look at the product range and specifications by clicking Rivervale Maxus or call 01273 433953.
Automotive and fleet writer for Broker News