In 2020, Maxus Van will introduce two further new models.

  • Maxus, a Chinese brand, is now imported by Automotive for the Benelux, which includes Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.
  • A model available now: EV80
  • Considerably cheaper than its competitors
  • Two additional models will be launched during 2020 ​ 

In June 2019, Automotive, a division of the Belgian company Alcopa, announced the beginning of the import of Maxus van electric utility vehicles, a brand of the Chinese automaker SAIC, into the markets of Belgium, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. This moniker is not totally unknown among insiders. In fact, it was driven by a van made by the British company LDV. In 2010, SAIC purchased this brand and decided to rename it Maxus after the most well-liked LDV vehicle. The company currently manufactures a broad variety of vehicles, including thermal and electric SUVs, vans, and pickups.

Automotive has seized the chance to participate in this area, specifically in the commercial vehicle market, where the offer is still in its infancy, at a time when Europe is preoccupied with the development of electric mobility. With Maxus, we hope to assist in the “greening” of commercial and municipal fleets at incredibly low prices that also come with a 5-year warranty, a 5-year roadside assistance warranty, and an 8-year battery warranty!

 Maxus EV80

The EV80, a van designed to directly compete with the Renault Master ZE and VW e-Crafter, is the first maxus van dealers product to reach our market. The EV80 contends that these cars should be more autonomous and more reasonably priced.

The EV80 delivers a maximum payload of 950 kg and is available in long wheelbase, medium or high roof, or low roof Chassis Cab versions. Lithium-ion phosphate batteries supply the 100 kW, 310 Nm permanent magnet electric motor with power. According to NEDC specifications, they have a 56 kWh capacity and provide a maximum range of (depending on the version) 192 km. A complete charge with an alternating current and 6.6 kW terminal takes 8 hours and 30 minutes, as opposed to 2 hours with a quick direct current terminal.

Prices for the Maxus EV80, which are in stock, start at €49,900 (VAT excluded).

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The Maxus EV80 is from July also available in a Minibus version. processing is carried out in Belgium. Please find more information cars derry below:


Maxus eDeliver3

From September, the Maxus range will be extended to eDeliver3. Equipped with an 85 kW and 225 Nm electric motor, this compact van is comparable to the Renault Kangoo ZE or the Nissan e-NV200. The model will be offered in two wheelbase lengths, and with two battery versions, 35 or 53 kWh, offering respective ranges of 226 and 342 km according to WLTP urban cycle standards. On a fast terminal, the Maxus EV30 will be able to recover 80% autonomy in just 45 minutes. Prices have not yet been set. used cars londonderry

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Maxus Deliver9

Finally, it is in the summer of 2020 that the third Maxus model will arrive, our “big baby” Deliver9. It will be offered in L2H3 and L3H2 versions, whose useful volumes will be 11 m3. This vehicle will be fitted with a 2.0 Euro 6.2 Diesel engine, with a power of 163 hp and a torque of 375 Nm.