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Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Maxus Drops G50 Prices Back To Pre-2022 Levels


From July 1 to September 30, 2022, Maxus Philippines is offering huge cash discounts on the G50 compact MPV.

The move, which effectively keeps its pre-2022 pricing enhances its value for money proposition. For Filipino families who are in need of a “more-in-one” vehicle that performs well on any occasion without having to break the bank, they won’t have to look no further as the G50 is now made more accessible than ever.

The Maxus G50 is a spacious 8-seater powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine paired with a 7-speed dual clutch transmission. This gives just the right power capable of catering to the family’s daily transport needs, occasional leisure rides, and even business requirements.

Key features across all variants include: keyless entry, daytime running lights, power exterior mirrors, and an infotainment system with Bluetooth connectivity; while a 12-inch infotainment system, leather seats, and auto aircon are added for the Premium and Elite variants; and a panoramic sunroof, mobile wireless charging, LED headlights and power tailgate are available for the Premium variant.

The G50 also packs safety and convenience features, with all variants equipped with rear parking sensors, Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Electronic Brake Assist (EBA), and Hill Hold Control (HHC). Cruise Control, Electronic Parking Brake with Auto Hold and reverse camera are available for Premium, Elite and Pro variants, with an additional 360-degree view camera and front parking sensors for the Premium and Elite variants.

Additionally, the VehiCare Programs of Maxus aims to benefit a well-rounded customer journey in terms of safety and security which includes a 5-year warranty or 100,000 kilometers, whichever comes first; free 24/7 Emergency Roadside Assistance (ERA); reliable parts management system and parts stock availability; onsite and virtual product support with home service and pick-up and delivery; and lower maintenance costs.

The Maxus G50 is priced as a subcompact MPV, with all the bells and whistles of a compact MPV which makes the G50 one of the most cost-efficient vehicles in both segments. With exclusive cash discounts further applied, the G50 is now offered at its pre-pandemic price point:

The G50 1.5 AT Pro, with a discount of P 103,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,076,000; the G50 1.5 AT Elite, with a discount of P 103,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,156,000; the G50 1.5 AT Premium, with a discount of P 50,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,288,000.

The following Maxus models are also offered with big discounts:
  • The G10 Elite 1.9 AT van, with a discount of P 180,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,710,000; 
  • The V80 Comfort 13-seater 2.5 MT van, with a discount of P 240,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,430,000; the V80 Transport 18-seater, with a discount of P 30,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,258,000; the V80 Transport 15-seater, with a discount of P 30,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,248,000; the V80 Flex, with a discount of P 150,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,040,000; 
  • The T60 2.8 AT Elite 4x4 pickup, with a discount of P 50,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,278,000; the T60 2.8 AT Pro 4x2, with a discount of P 50,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,028,000; the T60 2.8 MT Pro 4x2, with a discount of P 50,000, is now offered at P 948,000;
  • The D60 1.5 AT Pro SUV, with a discount of P 104,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,136,000; the D60 1.5 AT Elite, with a discount of P 80,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,258,000;
  • The D90 2.0 AT 4x2 Premium SUV, with a discount of P 100,000, is now offered at a net SRP of P 1,818,000.

13 comments:

  1. Pricing is not d problem, d problem is d quality of products itself. Ac motors shod instead bring here d latest models of maxus from china.

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    1. they should start updating the T60 to T90 and the G10 to G20

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    2. V80 to V90 as well :)

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    3. Maxus Philippines won't bring in the T70,G20 and V90 as those are very expensive to sell..G20 is priced at 2.5 Million Pesos,V90 is priced at 2.6 Million and T70 at 1.5 Million Pesos..Use your brain for once bago mag-demand

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  2. I agree, price is ok but quality and features are so much lacking compare with other competitors. Furthermore, they have no plans to update their vehicles every year at least for 2022 (from 2021). No refresh or facelifted version. China version keeps on updating but not them. KIA never learn.

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    1. Maxus G50 is way more bigger,more comfortable,more practical and also more powerful than the Ertiga,XL7,Veloz and Xpander
      Maxus already updated the G50 this year by bringing in a new entry level variant priced like an Ertiga.
      Maxus Philippines won't bring in the more expensive newer Maxus vehicles from China as they're hard to sell..Maxus D90 is already struggling

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  3. As far as I know, G50 is still current. The problem with the pricing for example the Pro is 1.088M in 2021 and can be discounted to 1.068M. AC Motors overpriced the G50 for 2022 to 1.179M and now discounted it to 1.076M. In the first place, why overprice? I am seeing other Chinese cars are already overpriced by 100k this year. Kapal ng mukha nila to overprice.

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    1. Kapal nang mukha mong reklamo eh wala ka namang pambili!Gusto pang 2008 na pricing parin!🤣

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    2. Fucking stupid 1) wala pang presyo ng Maxus ng 2008 2) prices quoted are 2021 and 2022.

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  4. Some car reviewers commented that they prefer the GAC GN6 over the Maxus G50 in terms of driving dynamics and refinement. The only 'advantages' of the G50 are tech and the panoramic sunroof.

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    1. The GAC has Toyota & Honda tech, only seats 6 and is priced more than the G50 (Php 1.35M discounted from 1.48M). Iffy with GAC also is the distributor & dealers.

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    2. GN6 is only available in one variant and its marketed as a luxury MPV in the market

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    3. GN6 has aisin 6 sped trans, maxus has jerky unreliable dual clutch

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