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October 28, 2020

Here are the Prices, Specs of the 2021 Geely Okavango 7-Seater SUV

Mark your calendars as a new mid-sized 7-seater SUV is launching next month. Geely’s recently-named Okavango is said to be formally introduced to the market by the second week of November.

Named after Botswana’s vast inland delta—the Okavango Delta, this new offering is said to offer the best features of an SUV and MPV in a single 7-seater crossover. 

So far, Sojitz G Auto Philippines (SGAP), the official distributor of Geely in the Philippines has revealed some tidbits surrounding the Okavango including its powertrain: a standard 1.5-liter turbocharged engine paired with a 48-volt EMS mild-hybrid system. 

However, as the official launch nears, a reliable source has given us the complete specs and even brochure of the 2021 Okavango. The brochure is somewhat low-resolution, so we’ve opted to break it down for you instead (see below). 

But before getting there, it’s worth mentioning that Geely is bringing in two variants of the Okavango. The base model is called Comfort, while the higher trim level is called Urban. There are four colors and they’re all pretty much shades of gray: White, Silver, Gray, and Black. 

Moreover, as with previous Geely offerings, the Okavango comes with a pre-launch discount—this time as much as P 90,000. On top of this, they’ll be throwing in a 3-year or 60,000-kilometer periodic maintenance package which includes oil, parts, and labor too (warranty remains at 5 years or 100,000 kilometers). 

If you’re wondering, the pre-selling price of the 2021 Okavango is pegged at P 1,208,000 for the 1.5T Comfort, and P 1,328,000 for the 1.5T Urban. 

2021 Geely Okavango 7-seater Crossover Specifications:
  • Powertrain: 1.5-liter 3-cylinder G-Power Turbocharged with Dual VVT
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
  • Displacement: 1,477 cc
  • Transmission: 7-speed wet-type Dual Clutch
  • Mild Hybrid System: 48-volt Electric Motor Synergy
  • Combined Horsepower: 190 horsepower @ 5,500 rpm
  • Combined Torque: 300 Nm @ 1,500-4,000 rpm
  • Drive Type: Front Wheel Drive
  • Drive Mode Selector: Eco, Comfort, Sport
  • Overall Length: 4,835 mm
  • Overall Width: 1,900 mm
  • Overall Height: 1,785 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2,815 mm
  • Ground Clearance: 194 mm
  • Front Suspension: Independent MacPherson Strut
  • Rear Suspension: Torsion Beam
  • Parking Brake: Electronic Parking Brake
  • Front Brakes: Vented Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Solid Disc
  • Brake Assist: Yes
  • Auto Brake Hold: Yes
  • Wheel & Tires: 215/60R17 (225/55R18 for Urban)
  • Spare Tire: Space Saver
  • Fuel Tank: 52 liters
  • Cargo w/ 3rd Row Up: 257 liters
  • Cargo w/ 3rd Row Down: 1,200 liters
  • Cargo w/ 2nd, 3rd Row Down: 2,050 liters
  • Headlamps: Full LED
  • Auto Headlamp Control: Urban Only
  • Daytime Running Lights: LED
  • Front & Rear Fog Lamps: LED
  • Rear Combination Lamps: Full LED
  • Power Side Mirrors: with Heating (with Heating, Auto Fold for Urban)
  • Rear Spoiler: with Center High-Mount Stop Lamp
  • Roof Rail: Urban Only
  • Outside Door Handles: Body Color with Chrome Accent
  • Multimedia Screen: 10.25-inch with QDLink
  • Speakers: 4 (8 for Urban)
  • Air Conditioning: 3-Zone Automatic Climate w/ 3rd Row Vents
  • CN95 Air Filter: Yes
  • Seat Material: Fabric (Leather for Urban)
  • Driver’s Seat: 6-Way Manual (6-Way Power for Urban)
  • Passenger’s Seat: 4-way Manual (4-Way Power for Urban)
  • Second Row Seats: 3 Individual Seats w/ ISOFIX
  • Third Row Seats: 50/50 Split with Recline
  • ABS + EBD: Yes
  • Driver and Front Passenger Airbag: Yes
  • Side Airbag: Urban Only
  • Curtain Airbag: Urban Only
  • Rear Parking Sensor: Yes
  • Camera: Rear Only (360-degree for Urban)
  • Hill Descent Control: Yes
  • Hill Start Assist: Yes
  • Immobilizer: Yes
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring: Yes


  1. Any idea why this is cheaper than the Azkarra?

    1. FWD, no sunroof, ordinary leather vs Nappa leather--those three alone will reduce the SRP by around P100k.

    2. Thanks Uly. Impressive pricing!

      While not on the same class, I think this will be a tough competition to the established 7 (or more) seaters - rush, xpander, xl7, g50, etc.

  2. Is this All Wheel Drive ? And remote control start ?

  3. Geely Okavango real Rival is the GAC GS8. They are match and look a like in all aspects of measurements. Only in price tag that OKA shutdown the GAC half million difference.

  4. any updates from the owners here? 3 cylinders for that size? di ba hirap sa uphill roads?


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