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Maxus has revealed the long-awaited Maxus eDeliver 5 van at the Commercial Vehicle show.

The latest model in their electric van line-up the eDeliver 5 completes the small to large revamp of their product range which started with the eDeliver 3 compact van and includes eDeliver 7 mid-size and eDeliver 9 large van.

Imported into the UK by Harris Maxus, the eDeliver 5 gets a 64kWh battery returning a 208 mile range, according to the WLTP combined test cycle.

Power comes from a 120kW motor producing 240Nm of torque. The eDeliver 5 will also get a 1200kg payload and come in two roof heights with 6.m3 or 7.6m3 load volume.

Prices will start from £34,000 with order books open immediately. Production will begin next month at parent company SAIC’s production facilities in China and the first vans are expected to arrive in time for the registration plate change in September.

Speaking at the launch, Mark Barrett, Managing Director of Group Franchises at Harris Group, said: "It’s been eight years since the debut of our first all-electric commercial vehicle, the EV80. As a young brand, MAXUS has swiftly emerged as a trailblazer in the electric vehicle sector. And while we may be perceived as disruptors, our commitment to enhancing EV technology remains steadfast. Since 2016, we have introduced ten superb commercial and passenger vehicles to the UK market, eight of which are fully electric. Our latest products are yet another example of our e-vehicle market leadership and our unmatched ambition to continually build on our range.”

The eDeliver 5 was joined by the reveal of the new Mifa 7 people carrier – a smaller version of the Mifa 9 launched last year.

While new models in the van line-up are not expected in the foreseeable future, the eDeliver 3 will get an update next year, according to Barrett.

There will also be the introduction of a diesel engine version of the eDeliver 7 later this year.

Maxus’ plans for a heavy duty truck range have taken a back seat, however, the company is considering future plans for a lightweight truck range.

Future truck models will likely come at 7.5- and 10-tonnes GVW.

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