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TOP TIPS when purchasing an EV

Range Requirements

Range anxiety is one of the biggest concerns when purchasing an Electric Vehicle. One of the main deciding factors can be whether the vehicle will have the range to complete your journeys.

Due to substantial advancements in the industry, EV ranges have increased dramatically in recent years. A single charge should cover standard working requirements for most road users but it is important to consider vehicles with a range that suits your needs.

For example, the Harris Maxus e DELIVER 9 has a range of up to 353 kms / 219 miles, far exceeding daily requirements for average road users. 

Learn more about Harris Group’s range of EVs and join the rEVolution here

Payload Requirements

Ask yourself, what are the payload capacities of the vehicle, and will this be sufficient for your requirements?

This will ensure that you chose the right vehicle with a battery strong enough to carry out your daily tasks. 

At Harris Group, we have a number of EVs that are suitable for transporting heavy loads, like the Harris Maxus T90EV, which has a payload capacity of 1000kg and the e DELIVER 9 with a payload of 1,200kg.

Join the Harris Group rEVolution and find out more about our range of EVs here

How to Buy

Want to purchase a new or used vehicle from Harris Group? Contact our head office for direct sales enquiries, or find a dealer near you to arrange a test drive, see the latest stock or discuss finance options.

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