LDV eDeliver 7 ell electric delivery van first drive

Is the LDV eDeliver 7 van any good

LDV eDeliver 7 – Commercial delivery style vans are the heartbeat of last mile delivery across the country. They are used by almost every business that does localised deliveries.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof front 1 I recently went to the launch of the LDV eDeliver 7 van. This is a delivery van similar in size to the Toyota HiAce, Peugeot Expert or Hyundai Staria Load.

The difference is the LDV is electric. They are hoping to bring a diesel version in the next 12-18 months, but nothing is confirmed yet.

There are four different models, and two battery choices depending on the model chosen. These are either 77kWh or 88kWh batteries.

They are responsive and easy to drive. I drove the vans unladen and yet the ride wasn’t bad at all. Range is claimed at around mid 350km or so, but our van showed over 400km when we drove it.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof front seats 2

First impressions are that it looks good. The sleek and smooth frontal treatment is stylish without going to extremes like the Hyundai Staria.

Inside all models are well laid out and have enough room for my taller frame to sit comfortably. The large central screen is clear and responsive to touch. Wireless smart phone connectivity would be appreciated.

Overall, I was really impressed with the LDV vans, they are sure to cause a stir, especially at the starting price of slightly under $60,000 plus the usual costs.

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I’m Rob Fraser

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof front seats 1

Readers can find everything you need to know about the LDV eDeliver 7 HERE.


LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof rear cargo area 1

What is good?

  • Pricing
  • Interior comfort and space
  • EV Range

What is not so good?

  • No wireless smart phone connectivity
  • No fold down middle seat
  • Only one sliding side door

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof rear

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