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LDV eDeliver 9 2023: first large electric van for the brand priced from $99,990


LDV’s eDeliver 9 will compete with the likes of the Ford E-Transit in the growing electric van space  

LDV Australia has launched the first electric version of its Deliver 9 work van with its sights set on sole traders and commercial workers who need the space. 

Three electric variants will be available at launch: a long-wheelbase mid roof, a long-wheelbase high roof and a cab-chassis model. 

Battery range for the eDeliver 9 sits between 275km to 280km depending on which variant is chosen. 

LDV eDeliver 9 2023 side profile static
The LDV eDeliver 9 might look like any other van, but this one is electric

Pricing starts from $99,990 before on-road costs for the eDeliver 9 cab-chassis variant and runs up to the flagship long-wheelbase high roof eDeliver 9 that costs $118,836 before on-road costs.

As of October 2022, LDV’s Deliver 9 has outsold the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Renault Master and Volkswagen Crafter vans in the Australian commercial market. 

Further details on the eDeliver 9 van range 

Every eDeliver 9 van is powered by a 150kW/310Nm electric motor installed on the front wheels. The long-wheelbase variants are fitted with a 88.55kWh battery pack, while the cab chassis variant gains a smaller 65kWh battery. The smaller battery pack has a range of 150km (WLTP). 

LDV eDeliver 9 2023 driver cluster
The driving cluster from the new LDV eDeliver 9 van

LDV says that charging the new eDeliver 9 will take approximately eight hours while using a three-phase AC power supply with a charge rate of 11kW. 

DC fast charging at a maximum rate of 80kW will fill the eDeliver 9’s battery pack from 20 to 80 percent in just 45 minutes – much more suitable for busy work van schedules. 

Specification, safety and warranty 

LDV eDeliver 9 2023 white rear 3/4
Pricing starts from $99,990 for a cab chassis version

The eDeliver 9 will gain the same safety systems as the internal combustion versions, meaning that the electric van gains AEB, lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control and a full suite of airbags. 

Other standard features include front and rear parking sensors, Apple Carplay phone connectivity, USB ports and a multi-function steering wheel. 

The cargo area features eight tie-down points, heavy-duty non-slip flooring, a passenger-side sliding door and rear barn doors that can open up to 236 degrees. 

LDV eDeliver 9 2023 charging at night
Charging the eDeliver 9 will take around 8 hours on 11kW three-phase power

Despite having a large battery pack installed, the eDeliver 9 will have the same interior cargo space as its ICE counterparts. The long-wheelbase mid roof has 10.97 cubic metres of space, while the high-roof variant can take up to 12.33 cubic metres of volume.

Every eDeliver 9 will come with a five-year/160,000-kilometre warranty, an eight-year/160,000-kilometre battery warranty and five years of roadside assistance up to 160,000km. 

LDV eDeliver 9 2023: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • Cab chassis: $99,990
  • LWB mid roof: $116,537
  • LWB high roof: $118,836