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September 7, 2021

This Guy Loves His Maxus T60 So Much, He's Thinking Of Buying Another One

Not even the pandemic could stop Nino Sinco, retired University lecturer and now a part time businessman and archery coach, from enjoying the on- and off-road capabilities of his Maxus T60 pickup.

Nino, who bought his T60 in October 2020, attests to the versatility, toughness, and ease of driving of the pickup truck “considering its body weight and its engine efficiency,” he observed. He describes his T60’s performance as consistently exceptional regardless of the road conditions, especially when the vehicle is put to its primary purpose of hauling his cargo of his part time business, as well as transporting archery targets and stands needed in his coaching sessions. The T60’s larger bed dimensions certainly provide Nino better comfort and capabilities to carry cargo in varying sizes and quantities whenever and wherever Nino needs. Indeed, the T60 quickly adapts as required, based on the demands of the situation.

Nino is so impressed with his T60 that he’s considering to buy another one. This time, he says, “for my daughter’s pet shop business.” Nino and his daughter realize that owning an all-around light commercial vehicle that can cater to both their home and business requirements just makes a lot of sense, and the T60 presents itself as the most reliable, dependable and cost-efficient vehicle option.

That being said, Nino isn’t at all fazed by Maxus Philippines being a relative newcomer in the local automotive scene. In fact, Nino points out while the brand has been around for 126 years, the Maxus brand itself is managed in the country by AC Motors, the automotive distributor and retail group of Ayala subsidiary AC Industrials. This level of excellence in management has given Nino the assurance that he is indeed in good hands, and boosted his confidence to invest in the same model twice.

The home servicing of Maxus Philippines dealerships reinforced the trust of Nino when he needed his T60’s battery serviced at home, exclaiming that “Maxus technicians promptly came to the house to diagnose and fix the problem. They were awesome!” The T60 pick up, like all other Maxus models, is topped off with the Max quality, efficiency and convenience of its aftersales products, services, and worry-free ownership highlighted by a 5-year warranty (or 100,000 kilometers whichever comes first) and a periodic maintenance service (PMS) interval schedule of the first 5,000 kilometers and every succeeding 15,000 kilometers (or once a year, whichever comes first). And more than that, Maxus Philippines also offers a 24/7 Emergency Roadside Assistance (ERA).


  1. Good mrketing n advrtising by ac mtors...but d maxus low quality n unreliability s d prblem itself. Z only 1yer old in sira na btery. Am afraid nino wod later lern d lson d hardway. Bter add few mor thousan psos n buy nvra, hlux or even ranger.

  2. Battery nasira after 1 year? Bobo mo. Hindi naman maxus manufaturer ng baterya.


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