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Maxus, the electric van people, do scrappage

John Curtis
Maxus is offering drivers the opportunity to switch to electric and save up to £14,000 on a new zero-emission Maxus vehicle, complete with a free home or workplace charger.

Drivers can trade-in a registered vehicle at any UK Maxus dealership for money off a new fully-electric Maxus vehicle.
They include the eDeliver 9 and eDeliver 3 vans or its newest additions, the T90EV pick-up truck and Mifa 9 MPV, which launched last year.
Mark Barrett, general manager of Harris Maxus, said: “Our new scrappage scheme has been created to encourage the transition to zero emission transport, helping drivers make the switch while simultaneously removing older and higher emission vehicles from our roads.

“It also offers financial benefits and a free home or workplace charger installation – making the switch to electric more accessible.
“We are passionate about creating an energy-conscious society, reducing emissions and helping create a cleaner future through our electric vehicles.”

The scrappage scheme is part of Maxus’ ongoing commitment to reducing emissions and contributing to a greener future. The company is also offering free home or workplace charger installation with every electric vehicle purchase, plus access to exclusive charging deals and discounted servicing.

For more information on how to take advantage of the Maxus Scrappage scheme, visit www.maxusscrappage.co.uk or call 0800 111 4466. To find out more about Maxus’ range of electric vehicles, please visit www.maxus-ev.co.uk.
Maxus is committed to helping drivers make the switch to electric – because we all have a part to play in creating a cleaner future.

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