Best EV Vans Coming to Australia in 2024

By Alexi Falson on 31 May 2024
image for Best EV Vans Coming to Australia in 2024 With the electrified era well and truly here, you might be wondering what work-ready EV cargo vans are hitting the market in 2024.

Battery-electric powertrains and vans are quite a good pairing, considering their unique motor layout can allow for even more cargo space and practicality than their ICE counterparts.

Electric vans are also smooth behind the wheel and capitalise on the frequent stop-start driving conditions around town by recapturing that energy during braking and feeding it back to the battery.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at the best electric vans currently on sale and coming to Australia at some point in 2024.

Ford E-Transit Custom

One of the biggest arrivals in the EV van space in 2024 is without a doubt the Ford E-Transit Custom, a battery-electric take on an icon of the cargo van segment.

With a large battery pack sitting underneath the floor and the option of both standard and high-roof variants, the E-Transit Custom upholds the practical nature of the regular Transit Custom and rides smoothly thanks to independent rear suspension hardware.

  • Battery Size: 74kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 380km (WLTP cycle)

  • 10-80% DC Fast Charging: 41 minutes

  • Payload: 1,110kg

  • Cargo Space: 6.8 - 9.0m3

  • Warranty: Five-year/unlimited-kilometre

  • Battery Warranty: Eight-year/160,000-kilometre

LDV eDeliver7

LDV has gotten a head-start on the competition, launching its eDeliver7 in the early stages of 2024 with some very attractive price tags.

The range kicks off from $59,990 for ABN holders, with the option of short and long-wheelbase variants and a larger battery pack that brings range figures up to the 362km mark, which will come as good news for any businesses that need to tackle delivery routes on the highway.

  • Battery Size: 77 - 88kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 310 - 362km (WLTP cycle)

  • 20-80% DC Fast Charging: 43 minutes

  • Payload: 1,175 - 1,350kg

  • Cargo Space: 5.9 - 8.7m3

  • Warranty: Five-year/160,000-kilometre

  • Battery Warranty: Eight-year/250,000-kilometre

Renault Kangoo E-Tech

For 2024, Renault has given its Kangoo E-Tech some significant upgrades that make it far more suitable for the commercial sector than its first iteration.

The Kangoo E-Tech is larger than its predecessor, offers more driving range per charge and comes in the option of both short and long-wheelbase variants for a variety of small business needs.

  • Battery Size: 45kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 200 - 285km (WLTP cycle)

  • 20-80% DC Fast Charging: 40 minutes

  • Payload: 423 - 668kg

  • Cargo Space: 3.3 - 4.2m3

  • Warranty: Five-year/unlimited-kilometre

  • Battery Warranty: Eight-year/160,000-kilometre

Peugeot e-Expert

Following in the footsteps of its smaller e-Partner sibling, Peugeot is planning to double down on its EV Van lineup in 2024 with the launch of the larger e-Expert cargo van.

With a large footprint in both standard and long-wheelbase form, one-tonne payload and a well-equipped features list, the e-Partner looks set to make a lasting impression on the EV Van segment.

  • Battery Size: 50 - 75kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 238 - 330km (WLTP cycle)

  • Payload: 1,275kg

  • Cargo Space: 6.1m3 (based on standard Expert)

  • Warranty: Five-year/200,000-kilometre

  • Battery Warranty: Eight-year/160,000-kilometre

Ford E-Transit

Ford is releasing a battery-electric version of its almighty Transit, with the E-Transit cargo van set to arrive in 2024.

It’s a release that will more than likely become the benchmark for EV Vans specifically for the commercial sector, with its massive platform offering 11 cubic meters of storage in the base model, expanding to 12.4m3 in the E-Transit High Roof variant that make it immensely practical.

  • Battery Size: 68kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 295 - 307km (WLTP cycle)

  • 15-80% DC Fast Charging: 34 minutes

  • Payload: 1,566 - 1,611kg

  • Cargo Space: 11 - 12.4m3

  • Warranty: Five-year/unlimited-kilometre

  • Battery Warranty: Eight-year/160,000-kilometre

LDV eDeliver9

While it technically hit the market late last year, the LDV eDeliver9 may well prove one of the hottest-selling EV Vans in 2024 due to the company’s typically aggressive pricing.

The eDeliver9 takes the standard platform and installs a large 88.5kWh battery pack good for a claimed 275km of driving range while retaining impressive 1,300kg payload figures and up to 12.3m3 of cargo space in select eDeliver9 High Roof variants.

  • Battery Size: 88.5kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 275km (WLTP cycle)

  • 20-80% DC Fast Charging: 45 minutes

  • Payload: 1,300kg

  • Cargo Space: 12.3m3

  • Warranty: Five-year/160,000-kilometre

  • Battery Warranty: Eight-year/160,000-kilometre

Mercedes-Benz eSprinter

The Mercedes-Benz eSprinter looks to tackle one of the biggest concerns buyers may have when purchasing an electric van: limited driving range from the battery.

The eSprinter comes packed with a massive 113kWh battery that is said to offer up to 400km of driving range on a single charge, potentially alleviating range anxiety that buyers may face while over-delivering on space and practicality with the help of its massive footprint.

  • Battery Size: 113kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 400km (WLTP cycle)

  • 10-80% DC Fast Charging: 42 minutes

  • Payload: 1,725kg

  • Cargo Space: 14m3

  • Warranty: TBC

  • Battery Warranty: TBC

Renault Master E-Tech

Renault is building on its battery-electric van lineup with the planned 2024 release of the Master E-Tech - a package that looks to tick all the important boxers for EV van buyers.

With a choice of 40 and 87kWh battery packs - the largest of which offers a claimed 460km of range - and an immensely practical layout, Renault’s Master E-Tech looks set to take everything that buyers have come to love about the regular Master Van and bring it well into the 21st century.

  • Battery Size: 40 - 87kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 200 - 460km (WLTP cycle)

  • 20-80% DC Fast Charging: 40 minutes

  • Payload: 1,625kg

  • Cargo Space: 8 - 17m3 (based on standard Master Van)

  • Warranty: Five-year/unlimited-kilometre

  • Battery Warranty: Eight-year/160,000-kilometre

Volkswagen ID.Buzz Cargo

While it’s not the largest electric cargo van hitting the market in 2024, the Volkswagen ID.Buzz Cargo is shaping up as one of the funkiest and most futuristic releases thanks to its clever architecture and rapid DC fast-charging.

The ID.Buzz Cargo shares the same platform as the regular ID.Buzz electric people-mover that is also being released in 2024, with an emphasis on rear cargo space means it’s a solid performer for its size when it comes time to lug around deliveries and valuable items.

  • Battery Size: 77 - 85kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 425km (WLTP cycle)

  • 5-80% DC Fast Charging: 30 minutes

  • Payload: 607kg

  • Cargo Space: 3.9m3

  • Warranty: TBC

  • Battery Warranty: TBC

Peugeot E-Partner

While the Peugeot E-Partner actually hit the market in the middle of last year, thanks to Peugeot’s attractive pricing, the E-Partner is likely to become one of the best-selling EV Vans in 2024.

With smooth on-road manners from its electric motor, the E-Partner is best suited to short hops around the city due to its smaller battery pack, though DC fast charging can see you topping up the battery pack from zero to eighty per cent in a claimed 30-minutes.

  • Battery Size: 50kWh

  • EV Driving Range: 258km (WLTP cycle)

  • 0-80% DC Fast Charging: 30 minutes

  • Payload: 753kg

  • Cargo Space: 3.8 - 4.4m3

  • Warranty: Five-year/200,000-kilometre

  • Battery Warranty: Eight-year/160,000-kilometre

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Alexi Falson

Alexi is an automotive journalist and road tester hailing from Byron Bay. He has an affection for both cars and motorbikes, a great admiration for the simplicity of old-school engineering, and a fascination of new technology making its way to modern cars. When he's not road testing, you'll find him surfing, hiking or helping people find their dream cars.

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