The MZ40 is the brand’s entry to the minivan class. They made the car to be both stylish and ergonomic at the same time. The car manufacturer, BAIC, is actually based in China before they entered the Philippine minivan market with their BAIC MZ40. Thanks to the sedan-like handling, the vehicle helps drivers who are used to maneuvering smaller four-wheeled vehicles to transition to a minivan with ease. Along with its affordable price, the manufacturers also made sure that they’d exceed everyone’s expectations with a practical design and a roomy interior. Looking at today’s minivan market, only a small fraction of the market offerings is considered visually appealing and comes with a comfortable interior. The good news is that this is the group if minivans that the MZ40 belongs to. The BAIC MZ40 also has variations that you can choose from. There is the Cargo 2-seater priced at Php 488,00. Then there’s also the Comfort 8-seater available for the same price and then the Luxury 7-seater worth Php 498,000. This would allow the car to be either a cargo for luggage transport or business efficiency or maybe a family van with enough space for a big family. All of these variants pose a greater advantage against most competing minivans in its class.