Couriers have access to another electric option with the launch of LDV’s all-new, bread and butter eDeliver 7. It joins the larger eDeliver 9 van, as well as LDV’s first electric ute, the eT60, and MIFA 9 electric people mover. The Chinese brand claims eDeliver 7 demands no compromise from an operational perspective and continues to deliver exactly what’s needed from a commercial vehicle: range, features, price and ease of ownership. It is aimed at sole traders, SMEs, transport companies and corporate fleets. Four electric variants make up the eDeliver… Read more


The first Peugeot fully-electric vehicle to come to Australia, the e-Partner, has arrived and will be available in showrooms and on-line from August. Partner is the smallest of the French company’s three-model light commercial vehicle range, sitting below the mid-sized Expert and large Boxer. Priced at $59,990 plus on-road costs, e-Partner comes in a single long wheelbase Pro variant and will sell alongside the 1.2-litre turbo-petrol Partner Pro and Premium models which come with the choice of short and long wheelbases. The e-Partner is powered by a 50kWh lithium-ion battery… Read more