Maxus e Deliver 3 review

Category: Electric Van

Section: Passenger & boot space

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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Maxus e Deliver 3 is available in two different wheelbase options: short at 2910mm and long at 3285mm, for bodies that measure up at 4555mm and 5145mm, respectively. The rear loadspace length is up to 2180mm for the smaller van and 2770mm for the larger version. All versions have a maximum width of 1665mm, with 1220mm between the wheel arches. The loadspace height is 1230mm.

Loadspace volume is 6.3m3 for the long van and 4.8m3 for the short model. For the short wheelbase van with the smaller batteries, maximum payload is 865kg, rising to 905kg with the bigger battery pack. That may sound backwards, but it isn't; Maxus has rather sensibly increased the gross vehicle weight of the higher capacity battery vans from 2310kg to 2460kg.

The same has been done with the long wheelbase model, but with its additional weight, the bigger, heavier batteries bring a slightly lower maximum payload ( 990kg) than the small battery pack (1020kg). The bigger battery increases the GVW from 2550kg to 2630kg.

There’s a single sliding side door as well as twin rear doors, the cargo area floor is non-slip and there are six lashing point rings for securing items.

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