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Maxus Deliver 9  2024, 1000 miles, £27588 +24
Maxus Deliver 9 £27,588

2024

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 1,000

Diesel

Maxus Deliver 9  2022, 1401 miles, £31490 +8
Maxus Deliver 9 £31,490
+ VAT

2022

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 1,401

Electric

Maxus Deliver 9  2022, 11000 miles, £25989 +30
Maxus Deliver 9 £25,989

2022

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 11,000

Diesel

Maxus Deliver 9  2021, 25000 miles, £16995 +19
Maxus Deliver 9 £16,995
Ex VAT

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 25,000

Diesel

Maxus Deliver 9  2021, 34669 miles, £17994 +19
Maxus Deliver 9 £17,994
Ex VAT

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 34,669

Diesel

Maxus Deliver 9  2021, 41000 miles, £18995 +21
Maxus Deliver 9 £18,995

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 41,000

Diesel

Maxus Deliver 9  2021, 55000 miles, £15495 +22
Maxus Deliver 9 £15,495

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 55,000

Diesel

Maxus Deliver 9  2024, £35252 +23
Maxus Deliver 9 £35,252
+ VAT

2024

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: Unknown

Diesel

Maxus Deliver 9 , £33493 +23
Maxus Deliver 9 £33,493
+ VAT

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: Unknown

Diesel

Maxus Deliver 9 , £39990 +7
Maxus Deliver 9 £39,990
+ VAT

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: Unknown

Diesel

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Why buy a used Maxus Deliver 9 with Exchange and Mart?

You probably haven't heard of Maxus. It's a modern name for LDV, a once-British van brand which was bought by Chinese manufacturing giant SAIC in 2009. To begin with, SAIC kept the LDV name and dusted off the old Maxus model that LDV was selling before it went into receivership. Now though, at last, the Chinese conglomerate has come up with a completely new van design, so think the time is right for a change of brand name - to Maxus. This Deliver 9, the Maxus marque's first design, isn't quite as spectacularly affordable as the old LDV V80 model it replaced but it's a far more modern product, like the V80 aimed at the large van segment. It comes in full-electric eDeliver 9 form, or in the diesel-powered Deliver 9 guise we focus on here.

About the Maxus Deliver 9

Maxus reckons that new vehicles don't have to be as expensive as they are. Dacia has proved that in the car market. Now this Chinese brand is doing the same when it comes to commercial vehicles. You do at least have a choice. The LDV brand the Maxus marque was sired from provided that choice by re-branding an ageing product. But the Deliver 9, if not quite as sophisticated as some of its volume brand segment rivals, does feel every inch a modern large LCV. And it can offer running costs that are at least now in the same ballpark as competitors. Which wasn't the case with the old LDV V80. Yes this Deliver 9 is only a starting point for the Maxus brand in our market, but it's still probably a large van that many more small to medium-sized operators really ought to be considering. After all, when it comes to price, size matters.

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