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Why Lease The eDELIVER 9?

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Maxus Deliver 9 Electric Review 2023

The Maxus Deliver 9 Electric is a large electric van that's practical and versatile. With a range of up to 219 miles and loads of equipment as standard, the Deliver 9 Electric is a great choice for businesses needing cargo space. 

Rivals to the Deliver 9 Electric include the Ford E-Transit, Renault Master E-Tech, Fiat e-Ducato, Citroen e-Relay, and Vauxhall Movano-e

Our Maxus Deliver 9 Electric review covers:

Maxus Deliver 9 Electric Key Features

  • Boxy design with a large front grille 
  • Comfortable interior with a good range of technology 
  • Up to 11m3 of load volume 
  • 150KW electric motor with three battery options
  • One trim available 

Maxus Deliver 9 Electric Pros and Cons:


  • Easy to drive 
  • Good range 
  • Three battery sizes are available


  • Noise when on the motorway 
  • Interior is not as premium as its rivals 
  • Not the cheapest option 

Design, Practicality and Boot Space

I sometimes feel bad for large van designers because how can you design a large van to stand out from the crowd? While the Deliver 9 Electric's body looks pretty traditional, it has a large front grille with horizontal panels that are more towards the unique end of the spectrum. 

Inside the cabin, there's plenty of space for the driver and passenger. There's a good amount of seat adjustment for tall people, and there's also loads of storage space for all your gadgets, including an overhead shelf. 

Maxus Deliver 9 Electric exterior

Three wheel lengths are available for the Deliver 9 Electric: 3,366mm, 3,760mm, and 4,048mm. Just one roof height is available, 1,792mm. Because of the different variants, you get a load volume of either 9.7 or 11m3 and a payload of up to 1,865kg. 

All versions have a single-side sliding door, eight tie-down points and non-slip flooring. 

Interior and Trims

Climb inside the Deliver 9 Electric, and you'll find it to be modern and comfortable. The dashboard feels well-built, and everything it features is within reach of the driver. What we like is that it's not been overcomplicated. It's a simple design and is fit for purpose for a business constantly on the move. 

On the dash, there's a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a DAB radio and smartphone mirroring. It's a decent system that will fit the bill, but there's no denying it falls short of the more advanced systems in the Ford E-Transit

Just one trim is available. It comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, a single side-sliding door, air conditioning, a multifunction steering wheel, fabric seats, a 10-inch touch screen, keyless entry, parking sensors, a reversing camera with guide assist, cruise control, lane departure warning system, and automatic emergency braking.

Power and Performance

The Deliver 9 Electric comes with a 150kW electric motor that's paired with a choice of three batteries, with 52kWh, 72kWh, and 89kWh. 

Depending on your battery, the range varies from 147 to 219 miles, the latter of which is one of the best around. Charging capabilities are also the same depending on battery, running from 8 to 12 hours using a 7.4kW home charger.

Maxus Deliver 9 Electric interior

The Deliver 9 Electric is a great van to drive for a large electric van. The extra weight of the battery makes it feel very secure when driving with empty cargo, and the steering is okay around town. 

As you increase the speed, the electric motor can make a bit of noise, and you do notice a bit of wind and road noise, but it's nothing out of the ordinary. It's not as engaging to drive as the Ford E-Transit, but it's certainly better than the Renault Master E-Tech

Leasing vs Buying

Prices for the new Maxus Deliver 9 Electric start from £75,600.00 OTR* or to lease from £700.63 per month.

Looking to get behind the wheel of the Maxus Deliver 9 Electric? Nationwide Vehicle Contracts is one of the UK's largest van leasing brokers and offers a range of leasing deals to suit your every need.

Leasing may be cheaper than an outright purchase, thanks to a low initial deposit and fixed monthly rentals.

*' On the road' price correct at time of publication and includes one year's road fund license, DVLA first registration fee and number plate fee. Prices are subject to change; always check with your nearest retailer.