2021 Maxus E-Deliver 3 Review: For Your Business E-Van Needs

Businesses in Singapore looking to electrify their commercial fleet now have a new option with the Maxus E-Deliver 3

Photos: Lionel Kong


You might be wondering why you’re reading about a van in these pages. Nope, you’ve not stepped into an alternate dimension where this publication has become VanBuyer.

The Maxus E-Deliver 3 is being featured here because of what powers it. 2021 is shaping up to be the year when electrification comes on in a big way in Singapore, and the presence of an electric commercial light goods vehicle (LGV) like the Maxus is especially relevant in light of the push towards an all-electric vehicle fleet here by 2040.

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More so given that the Maxus is one out of just three fully-electric van models you can currently buy in Singapore, the other two being the Renault Kangoo ZE and the BYD T3.

But the Maxus isn’t just competing with those two. It has to appeal to companies and fleet owners switching from regular petrol and diesel vans as well. Does going electric mean cheaper running costs? And is it worth the effort to make the switch?

Page 2: How much does it cost to run the Maxus E-Deliver 3?

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Ben Chia
CarBuyer's senior staff writer went out to explore the Great Big World, including a stint working in China (despite his limited Mandarin). Now he's back, ready to foist upon you his takes on everything good and wonderful about the automotive world. Follow Ben on Instagram @carbuyer.ben