Why Choose The Maxus Deliver 9?
The Maxus Deliver 9 is a modern, stylish and a very capable load carrier. It competes with popular large van leasing options including the Ford Transit, Nissan Interstar and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
There's one body length to choose from, but the van is available in two roof heights. There’s a choice of two trim levels and, although the 2.0-litre diesel engine is only offered in a single output, at 163PS it should have more than enough power to satisfy most drivers.
If you’ve decided that your next large van needs to have zero emissions, Maxus has you covered with the eDeliver 9, a fully-electric large van offered in two lengths and a single roof height. The Deliver 9 is also available as a chassis cab, should you have specialist bodywork requirements.
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Why Choose Leasing?
Don't settle for used, lease a brand-new Maxus Deliver 9 or eDeliver 9 large van today. You’ll have fixed and affordable monthly payments that you can tailor based on what initial rental you choose to pay, how many miles you think you’ll drive and how long you’d like to drive the Maxus van for. All of our vans come with ply lining installed and road tax included in your lease deal - and when your contract is up, simply return the van and upgrade to a new model.
Specifications & Dimensions
All diesel Maxus Deliver 9s are powered by the same 2.0-litre Euro 6D compliant engine and there’s a choice of front or rear wheel drive.
The all-electric eDeliver 9 is fitted with a 150kW electric motor (equivalent to a punchy 201HP engine) that will accelerate the van from zero to its maximum speed of 62mph in just 11 seconds.
Loadspace: The diesel Deliver 9 has an Internal length of 3413mm and, combined with the width of up to 1800mm and heights from 1892mm up to 2014mm (depending on roof height and front or rear wheel drive), this gives an excellent load volume of up to 12.91 cubic metres. Payloads available range from 1110kg up to 1360kg.
There are some different dimensions in the eDeliver 9. Although the longer ‘LH’ model is similar to the diesel van, this shorter ‘MH’ model has a load length of 3019mm. Load volumes are 9.7cu/m and 11.0cu/m respectively. Payloads in the all-electric eDeliver9 are very competitive, ranging from 980kg to 1200kg, depending on the battery pack chosen.
Maxus Deliver 9 Trims
As standard, the diesel-powered Deliver 9 has air conditioning, cruise control, rear parking sensors and safety tech such as a lane departure warning and automatic emergency braking systems. Opt for the Luxury model and you’ll also get a 10-inch touchscreen with smartphone integration, and on the outside a chrome grille, alloy wheels and LED headlights are added. There’s just a single trim level for the eDeliver 9, and it’s roughly equivalent to the Luxury diesel van in the level of specification.
Be sure to take a look at the vehicle’s spec list to confirm which options your vehicle comes with.
Expect to achieve around 29mpg from your Deliver 9 van, although this will vary considerably with the weight carried and the type of driving. The all-electric eDeliver 9 has an official combined cycle range between charges of 112 miles with the smaller 51.5kWh battery, or 146 miles using the larger 72kWh pack.
What Other Vans Does The Deliver 9 Compete With?
Maxus Deliver 9 FAQs
What engine is in the Maxus Deliver 9?
The Maxus Deliver 9 is powered by a Euro 6D compliant 163PS 2.0-litre diesel engine.
Has the Deliver 9 replaced the V80?
Yes, the Maxus Deliver 9 has replaced the Maxus V80.
Is the Deliver 9 the biggest Maxus van?
Yes, the Deliver 9 is the largest van built by Maxus, with the more compact Deliver 3 also available.
How long is the warranty on a Maxus Deliver 9?
Maxus Deliver 9 vans come with a 5-year or 125,000-mile warranty as standard. The eDeliver 9 also has a 5-year warranty (up to 60,000 miles), but the battery has cover for up to 8 years.