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With a 64-mile electric range and up to 340mpg possible, this is a clever van that could save you a lot of money in fuel costs. There’s a high-tech, Volvo-inspired interior, plus a useful maximum payload for all your business requirements. Read on for more information about these LEVC vans.

LEVC VN5 Buying Guide

Most large taxis are based on commercial vehicles, but it’s the other way around for the LEVC VN5 – it’s a van version of the LEVC TX taxi. Unlike some vans, there’s just the one body style available, which makes choosing one rather simple. Three trim levels are available, which we’ll cover in-depth further down the page.

The LEVC VN5 might not look particularly big, but it’s longer than a standard-length Ford Transit Custom. It actually sits between the standard and long Transit Custom in terms of length. Height-wise, it’s just shy of two metres tall – exactly matching most medium-size vans – meaning you’ll be able to get into most height-restricted car parks.

You get an 830kg payload (100kg of which can be on the roof), and the VN5 can take two Euro pallets – like any good van should. These can be loaded through the asymmetrical rear doors or through the side door.

Business trim is the entry-level, fleet-focused specification. Standard equipment is good, though, with LED headlights, two-zone air conditioning, electric seat adjustment, cruise control, keyless start and a nine-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth and DAB radio. Safety features include auto emergency braking and an alarm.

Next is City trim, with its heated windscreen, parking sensors, a 12V socket in the loadbay and additional active safety features, including road sign recognition and lane-departure warning.

Top-spec Ultima adds sat nav and a reversing camera, plus heated seats, body-coloured bumpers and faster charging.

The LEVC VN5 gives you an idea of what it’d look like if Volvo made a van. Both LEVC and Volvo are owned by the same company, so there’s a lot of parts sharing between the two marques. That’s most noticeable inside, where the steering wheel, gear selector and numerous buttons are shared – although the material quality isn’t quite at Volvo levels, but this is a commercial vehicle, after all.

Every LEVC van gets a swish portrait touchscreen, where you can access the media functions and the air conditioning controls, plus the sat nav if fitted.

The LEVC VN5 van uses a range-extender hybrid powertrain. A 31kWh battery powers an electric motor, which drives the wheels – so the VN5 always feels like an electric van to drive. A 1.5-litre petrol engine acts as a generator for the battery.

LEVC VN5 eCity hybrid

The stats for the VN5 are impressive, and it could save you money compared to a diesel van. Combined fuel economy stands at 340mpg, with up to 64 miles of electric driving possible – or potentially even more if you just drive around town. With both power sources fully topped up, the VN5 has a 320-mile total range.