From launch, prices for the e Deliver 3 were pitched from £30,000 excluding VAT, but that falls to £22,800 once the approved UK government electric vehicle grant has been subtracted from the asking price, making this one of the best value all electric vans on the market. It significantly undercuts its two main rivals, the Renault Kangoo Z.E. and the Nissan e-NV200. The e Deliver 3 is available in three body styles: a short wheelbase panel van, a long wheelbase panel van and a platform chassis. There are two battery output options, either 35kWh or 52.5kWh.
Whichever e Deliver 3 model you choose, it'll come with plenty of equipment. You can tick off electric windows and immobiliser, a multifunction steering wheel, rear parking sensors, a reversing camera, electric windows and powered mirrors. There's also an 8-inch centre-dash screen with 'Apple CarPlay'/'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring. Plus as you'd expect, there's a driver's airbag - and a front passenger airbag too. And a stainless steel cargo area floor, plus ESC stability control and the usual assistance for braking and traction control.