In the diesel eDeliver 9 range, there's just one body length (Long) and comes with either a High Roof (with 11.55m3 of capacity in front wheel drive or 10.97 in rear wheel drive); or an Extra-High roof (with 12.91m3 of capacity in front wheel drive or 12.33 in rear wheel drive). Payload capacities vary between 1,140kg and 1,240kg. The rear door entry width is 1,570mm.
The Maxus eDeliver 9 is offered in three body lengths: 'MH' medium (5546mm long) and 'LH' long (5,940mm long). The cargo volume is 9.7m3 for the 'MH' models - and 11.0m3 for the 'LH' version. The payload is 1,200kgs for the MK 51.5kWh version, 1,040kg for the MH 72kWh variant and 1,160kg for the LH 51.5kWh derivative. The width of the sliding side door is 1,269mm. And there's 1366mm between the wheel arches, so a Euro pallet will easily fit. The cargo area features a heavy-duty bulkhead and rear doors that open to 260-degrees for easy loading. There's bright LED lighting in the load bay, 8 tie-down points and a non-slip protective floor covering.
We gave you the EV mileage range figures in our 'Driving' section. For the 51.5kWh versions, it's 112 miles combined (and 147 miles in the city). For the 72kWh, it's 146 miles combined (and 179 miles in the city). For the 88.55kWh variants, it's 185 miles (and 219 miles in the city). All Maxus vehicles come with a five years warranty or 125,000 miles of cover and include five years roadside assistance cover as standard. The battery gets its own 8 year, 100,000 mile warranty.