• Maxus e DELIVER 3 vs Nissan e-NV200
  • Maxus e DELIVER 3 vs Nissan e-NV200

Maxus e DELIVER 3 vs Nissan e-NV200

We put two EV giants head-to-head to find out what’s so great about these electrifying commercials

With the UK Government’s ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel vans on the horizon in 2030, you’d be wise to consider an electric van as your next commercial vehicle. 

The EV market is a section of the automotive industry that is evolving at lightning speed, and manufacturers have upped their game to meet emissions targets for 2024. This means there are some fantastic options available to make your journeys both cost-effective and sustainable. 

As a family-run business that prides itself on keeping pace with our industry, battery-powered business motoring is something we champion here at Loads of Vans in North Cheam, South London. We’re proud to stock new and used electric vans from some of the front-runners in the market, and this selection includes the lightweight Maxus e DELIVER 3, and the popular Nissan e-NV200

These small and versatile electric vans make zero-emissions transport for your business easy, and they come with some pretty impressive credentials. You can find both of these models available at Loads of Vans, but which one do you choose? Here is everything you need to know about these EV commercials to help you decide…  

Maxus e DELIVER 3

Previously LDV, Maxus is a brand passionate about greener transport solutions, and the Maxus e DELIVER 3 is a great example of their commitment to sustainability. It’s new in stock here at Loads of vans too and proving to be a popular model!

Maxus e DELIVER 3 configurations

Although officially a small all-electric van, you’d be forgiven for categorising it as medium-sized; it’s a deceptively spacious two-seater short wheelbase van that can take on pretty much any job thrown its way.  

Maxus e DELIVER 3 dimensions 

The Maxus e DELIVER 3 measures 4,555mm in length, 1,780mm in width, and 1,895mm in height. The cargo volume is 4.8m³.

Maxus e DELIVER 3 battery options 

There are two battery options available for the Maxus e DELIVER 3 in the form of 52.5kWh and 35kWh versions. Both batteries use the same type of ternary lithium polymer - a technology also used by EV giant Tesla in all of their vehicles.

Maxus e DELIVER 3 electric driving range

The Maxus e DELIVER 3 provides an impressive range of up to 213 miles on a single charge. Its electric driving range variations are:

  • WLTP city range 52.5kWh 213-miles
  • WLTP city range 35kWh 141-miles
  • WLTP combined range 52.5kWh 154-miles
  • WLTP combined range 35kWh 99-miles
How long does the Maxus e DELIVER 3 van take to charge?

The Maxus e DELIVER 3 uses a DC rapid charger - the same as those found at public charging points. When charging the van whilst out and about, it takes just 45 minutes to produce 85% of charge no matter which battery size you opt for.  

By using the typical type of AC charging units found at home or work, it takes six hours to charge the 35kWh battery model or eight hours for the larger 52.5kWh battery model.  

Maxus e DELIVER 3 features

With driver comfort and convenience in mind, the Maxus e DELIVER 3 has plenty of key features that make it a great electric commercial vehicle choice. These include heated seats, rear parking sensors (and camera), automatic headlights, air conditioning, and a Bluetooth infotainment system. Plus, the cargo bay is non-slip, adding an additional layer of safety to the loading area. 


The Maxus e DELIVER 3 comes with a 5-year, 60,000-mile warranty, and a separate warranty that covers the battery for 8-years and 100,000-miles. 

Browse our selection of Maxus e DELIVER 3 models online.

Nissan e-NV200

As the UK’s most popular commercial vehicle brand, it’s no surprise that Nissan has a remarkable electric van offering up its sleeve. The Nissan e-NV200 is a small but impressive battery-powered van, quiet and smooth around town, with enough power to handle longer journeys on open roads with ease. 

Nissan e-NV200 configurations 

The Nissan e-NV200 is available in the standard version, rated to a maximum payload of 705kg, with a load space of 4.2m³. The cargo area is accessed through 60:40 split rear doors, as well as a side opening sliding door.

Nissan e-NV200 dimensions

This capable van measures up to 4,560mm in length, 1,858mm in height, and 1,755mm in width (without mirrors). 

Nissan e-NV200 battery and electric driving range 

Powered by a new generation 40kWh battery, the Nissan e-NV200 means business. It offers an electric driving range of:

  • WLTP city range of 187-miles
  • WLTP combined range of 124-miles 

The extended range allows you to go 60% further than Nissan’s previous generation battery. Combining the B-Mode and ECO-Mode can maximise this range too.

How long does the Nissan e-NV200 van take to charge?

The Nissan e-NV200 has three charging options to help you go further during the working day:

  1. Experience rapid charge on the go and benefit from 20%-80% battery power in just 40-60 minutes when using a public charging point. 
  2. Why not fast charge at the office or when at home by using your installed wall charger. Reach a full charge overnight or during the working day in 7 hours 30 minutes. 
  3. No access to a public charging point or wall unit? No problem! Recharge your battery using a domestic plug point which will take around 21 hours and 30 minutes for a full charge.
Nissan e-NV200 trims

This electric commercial vehicle has three different trim levels available: 

Visia - this entry-level spec includes key features such as a 6.6kW onboard charger, BlueTooth, and keyless entry and start. 

Acenta - at mid-level, this version includes everything in Visia, plus electric door mirrors, steering wheel Bluetooth audio controls, reversing camera, air-con, cargo area floor protector, a rapid charger and cruise control. 

Tekna - at the top is Tekna, which, in addition to everything in Visia and Acenta, includes automatic headlights and wipers, and satellite navigation. 

For peace of mind, the e-NV200 is also covered by a 5-year, 60,000-mile warranty, and its battery comes with an 8-year, 100,000-mile warranty too. 

Browse our selection of Nissan e-NV200 models online

Find your next electric van at Loads of Vans

Is the Maxus e Deliver 3 or Nissan e-NV200 not the van for you? Why not try our electric vehicle alternatives; the Citroën ë-Dispatch or Peugeot e-Expert - we have stock available and ready for you to drive away today. 

Whether you’re already an electric vehicle convert, or you’re new to the world of battery-powered motoring, heading to Loads of Vans in North Cheam, South London to select an electric commercial vehicle, means you’ll have an abundance of new and used makes and models to choose from. 

For all the information you need, head to the Electric Vans section of our website, including articles such as Why Choose an Electric Van, and if you’re regularly travelling in and around the capital, check out the Benefits of Electric Vans for Londoners too. 

Click on this link for a full stock list of all our new and used electric vans. Don’t forget our NEW VAN DEALS offering too - once they are gone, they’re gone!   

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