Monday, May 18, 2020

The Maxus V80 Answers the "New Normal" Logistics Needs


The past two months, wherein the entire Luzon mainland and many parts of Visayas and Mindanao were placed under various levels of government-enforced community quarantine, have been eye-openers not just for families, but for many small and medium enterprise (SME) owners. Many have had to re-think key aspects of their operations in order to adapt to new health and safety requirements.

Among these crucial aspects have been a choice of a cargo van that can safely and efficiently transport goods, services, and personnel. Moreover, it has to be highly flexible, especially with the increased dependence on “last mile” logistics requirements.

For that generous cargo space that affords SMEs that peace of mind in securing not only a sustainable enterprise, but more importantly, the safety and health of their drivers and cargo handlers, Maxus Philippines offers its Maxus V80 Flex van.


Starting at just P 1.190 million, the Maxus V80 Flex offers 6.9 cubic meters of space, and a flexible interior that allows for proper social distancing among drivers and cargo handles. At the same time, its 1.1-ton maximum loading capacity allows for sufficient cargo to be loaded in one go. The rear dual swing-out doors also make loading and unloading of cargo much easier.

The V80 Flex is powered by a 2.5-liter CRDI diesel engine with VGT (136 horsepower and 330 Nm of torque). For added safety, it has front dual airbags, ABS, and EBD.


Aside from an affordable price tag, the Maxus V80 Flex is also affordable when it comes to its service and upkeep. The periodic maintenance service (PMS) interval schedule covers the first 5,000 kms or 6 months, and every succeeding 10,000 kms or every 12 months, whichever comes first. This is more convenient and more cost-efficient compared to the industry-standard 5,000-km PMS interval. There is also 24/7 emergency roadside assistance (ERA) available.

Maxus is operated under AC Motors, the automotive distribution and retail group of Ayala Corporation subsidiary AC Industrials.

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