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2023 LDV eDeliver 9 price and specs

White LDV eDeliver 9 in city

Key Points

  • Six-figure price tag, more than double diesel equivalent
  • Up to 280km range and identical cargo volume
  • More towing capacity and safety tech than eT60 ute

LDV has detailed pricing and specifications for the eDeliver 9, Australia’s first pure-electric large commercial van.

The LDV eDeliver 9 is priced from $99,990 before on-road costs (private buyers) for the cab chassis body style, while it costs $116,537 for the Mid Roof van and $118,836 for the High Roof van – both of which are exclusively sold in long wheelbase (LWB) form.

Given its six-figure sticker price, it's ineligible for most state government EV incentives and the imminent fringe benefits tax (FBT) exemption.

UPDATE: 27/11/22: We've added further details to this story.

The electric large van is aimed at fleets and sole traders with the Cab Chassis offering a claimed 150km of range (WLTP) from its 65kWh battery pack. The LWB Mid Roof and High Roof offer 280km and 275km of claimed range (WLTP) respectively from a larger 88.55kWh lithium-iron-phosphate (LFP) battery shared with the LDV eT60 dual-cab electric ute.

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It boasts the same cargo capacity as the related combustion-powered Deliver 9, with 10.97 cubic metres for the Mid Roof or 12.33 cubic metres for the High Roof.

Unlike the eT60 electric ute, the Deliver 9 can tow more at 1500kg braked on LWB variants (1200kg on Cab Chassis) or 750kg unbraked. Payload is rated at 1410kg for the Mid Roof and 1350kg for the High Roof.

The van’s cargo area features eight tie-down points, a sliding door on the kerb side, and 236-degree opening rear barn doors.

Using a single front-wheel drive electric motor, all models produce 150kW of power and 310Nm of torque with an energy consumption figure of 339 to 345Wh/km for the LWB van’s.

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The eDeliver 9 is capable of charging at 11kW AC or 80kW DC speeds.

It also brings some active safety assistance technologies like auto emergency braking, lane departure warning, and adaptive cruise control – which aren’t found in the eT60 ute.

It is set to be rivalled by the Ford E-Transit and Mercedes-Benz eSprinter arriving to Australia in the coming years as zero emission ‘last mile’ delivery vans.

eDeliver 9 spec sheet

White LDV eDeliver 9 van side view in city

Figure by Danny Thai

eDeliver 9 price and models

LDV eDeliver 9 charging from DC charger at night

eDeliver 9 – $99,990 cab chassis/$116,537 LWB Mid Roof van/$118,836 LWB High Roof van (all before on-road costs)

All eDeliver 9s come with as standard:

LDV eDeliver 9 features
Exterior16-inch alloy wheels (215/75) with full size spare
Halogen headlights with LED daytime running lights
Front and rear fog lights
Power and electric heated wing mirors
Single passenger's side sliding door
236-degree rear barn doors
Non-slip rear and side steps
InteriorEight-way manually adjustable driver's seat
Fold-down armrest
Fold-down middle passenger seat back with cup and laptop holder
Bench seat for two passengers
Under-seat storage and overhead storage compartments
Non-slip cargo area rubber flooring
LED rear cargo lighting
Technology10.1-inch infotainment system with wired Apple CarPlay
4.2-inch LCD driver's instrument cluster
2x USB-A ports
AM/FM/DAB radio and Bluetooth
Safety assistAuto emergency braking
Lane departure warning
Adaptive cruise control
Front and rear parking sensors (front only on cab chassis)
Wide rear view overhead camera
Tyre pressure monitoring system (front only on cab chassis)

eDeliver 9 options

  • Standard paint – no cost: Blanc White; River Blue

eDeliver 9 warranty and servicing

LDV eDeliver 9 EV instruments

The LDV electric large delivery van is backed by a five-year/160,000km vehicle warranty, eight-year/160,000km battery warranty and five-year/160,000km roadside assistance.

The EV commercial van can be serviced at its 90-plus nationwide dealer network.

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