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Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Maxus Slashes Prices Up To P 360K Off


Maxus Philippines is offering their line-up of commercial vans, MPVs, and SUVs at more affordable prices this January.

The 13-seater Maxus V80 Comfort can now be had with a P 360,000 discount until March 31. From its regular SRP of P 1,670,000, it brings it down to just P 1,310,000.

Other Maxus vehicles are also offered with sizable discounts as well.
  • The G10 Elite MPV, with an SRP of P 1,890,000, is offered with an P 280,000 discount for the promo SRP of P 1,610,000
  • For the rest of the V80 lineup: The Transport 18-seater, with an SRP of P 1,288,000, gets a P 78,000 discount for the promo SRP of P 1,210,000; the Transport 15-seater, with an SRP of P 1,278,000, gets a discount of P 78,000 for the promo SRP of P 1,200,000; the Flex, with an SRP of P 1,190,000, is offered with a P 250,000 discount for a promo SRP of P 940,000
  • For the G50 lineup: The Pro variant, with an SRP of P 1,179,000, is offered with a P 181,000 discount for a promo SRP of P 998,000; the Elite, with an SRP of P 1,259,000, now goes with a P 103,000 discount for the promo SRP of P 1,156,000; the Comfort, with an SRP of P 948,000, is now offered with a P 40,000 discount for the promo SRP of P 908,000
  • For the D60 lineup (lead photo): The Pro variant, with an SRP of P 1,240,000, is now offered with a P 192,000 discount for the promo SRP of P 1,048,000, while the Elite, with an SRP of P 1,338,000, now comes with a P 130,000 discount for the promo SRP of P 1,208,000.
Every Maxus vehicle comes with worry-free ownership courtesy of a 24/7 Emergency Roadside Assistance (ERA) and 100,000 kms program or 5-years warranty for the G50 and D60, along with 3-years warranty for the V80 and G10.

Head on now to your nearest Maxus dealership to inquire and test drive:
  • Magallanes in Makati at (0912) 348-1898 or (0967) 318-0073
  • Sheridan in Greenfield district in Mandaluyong at (02) 8858-5823
  • Pedro Cayetano Boulevard in Taguig South at (02) 7219-9240
  • Alabang at (02) 8558-5888 or (0917) 501-7677
  • North Reclamation Area in Cebu City at (032) 517-8226
  • Mandurriao in Iloilo City at (033) 331-2622
  • Araneta St. in Bacolod City at (034) 435-7575
  • Pueblo in Cagayan de Oro City at (0995) 355-9400

12 comments:

  1. Too late AC motors...maxus at least here in ph is already on its way to the graveyard. Uncompetitive pricing, Old models, not reliable engines and transmission, trumpled upon even by its china cars contemporary here. Rest in peace maxus ph...

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    1. In your dreams Keane Kuliglig
      AC Motors plans to sell Maxus EV commercial vehicles in the Philippine market within this year..Volkswagen is set to release new EV vehicles too so does Kia
      Ayala Group was one the groups that lobbied for the new EV tax exemption rule according to some congressman I know,
      Ayala family are currently allies of PBBM administration
      Keane you should apply as the president of AC Motors 😂👍

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    2. Nanghuhula na naman itong si GREAT LIAR na king kutchi vanish888. Nabisto ka na b4 sa kasinungalingan mo🤥🤥🤥 you have ZERO credibility, katulad ka ng maxus mo, unreliable and sira sira 🤪🤪🤪

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    3. Maxus G50 >>> Toyota Avanza/Veloz
      Maxus D60 >>> Toyota Rush
      :P

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  2. Yung big discount strategy is not sustainable and really hurt the brand....HARI did this before at nasayang ang brand pati yung low tech and features sa lineup. Buti na lang nag takeover ang HMPI. Maxus is a good brand yung strategy lang cgro dapat baguhin since maganda naman ngayon reception ng chinese cars na sa bansa.

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    1. Mitsubishi is giving away 100,000 Pesos cash discounts on every vehicles they sell.
      Maxus just needs more dealerships and service centers

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    2. Kuchi, have you actually tried owning a chinese car?

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    3. We have a foton van ambulance that we use in our hospital. It was a headache to maintain and always breaks down.

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  3. Unfortunately, buying chinese cars are still bug risks. I will let others be the guinea pigs. See if chinese cars are ok in the future

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    1. Every vehicle got bugs whether its Japanese,Korean,American and European vehicles
      Chinese cars are way more reliable now..There are lots of GAC and MG vehicles from 5 years ago that are still running well.

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    2. 5 years is nothing. Give me 15 to 20 years and compare it to japanese cars

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