Geely Okavango: How much does it cost to own one?

Updated Feb 26, 2021 | Same topic: Handy Maintenance Tips

Here are the parts and labor costs of Geely’s latest addition.

One of the hottest vehicles to arrive last year is the Geely Okavango surpasses the Azkarra in Geely's 2020 PH sales. The 7-seater Okavango offers Filipino car buyers loaded features, ample interior space, premium-looking exterior styling, and a hybrid powertrain, all at affordable pricing.

Geely Philippines launched the Okavango in 2020

Sojitz G Auto Philippines (SGAP), the official distributor of Geely vehicles in the country, is offering the Geely Okavango with a starting price of Php 1,208,000 for the base Comfort variant and goes up to Php 1,328,000 for the top-of-the-line Urban variant.

Geely Okavango front view

The 2021 Geely Okavango

If you are considering an Okavango as your next family vehicle, you should also be aware of its preventive maintenance service (PMS) costs to keep the Okavango in tip-top condition. Fortunately, SGAP shared with us the estimated costs that you can expect in owning an Okavango.

The following prices can vary without prior notice and can still depend on your chosen dealership. Geely Philippines has expanding dealerships available nationwide including in Metro Manila, Cebu, and General Santos. Take note, the following estimates are just for ballpark figures.

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Maintenance costs for Parts and Labor

Owning a Geely Okavango is relatively easy as SGAP is providing the first 1,000-km PMS for free. The service will include topping up fluids if needed and inspection of faulty parts. But once your mileage reaches 10,000 km (or six months), expect to pay Php 6,150. The costs include Php 3,898 for parts, Php 1,300 for labor, Php 450 for car care kit, and Php 500 for miscellaneous.

Geely Okavango interior view

The new Urban Plus variant adds a panoramic sunroof

The 20,000-km PMS will come with a higher price as compared to the previous maintenance service. From this point, you probably owned your Geely Okavango for a year now if you daily drive it. Geely Philippines will include services such as replacement of fully synthetic oil (5W40), oil filter, drain plug, air filter, and AC filter.

Those services will cost you Php 8,498.50 including miscellaneous and car care kits. You can save on your next service at the 30,000-km mark, or 1.5 years, as it comes with a total cost of Php 6,476. This will be the first time Geely Philippines will replace your Okavango’s fuel filter, alongside other regular part replacements.

Geely Okavango rear view

The future for the Geely Okavango is bright

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After reaching the 40,000-km mark, you have probably been driving your Okavango for two years. More parts will be maintained, besides the oil and air conditioning system, such as brake fluid and engine coolant. This brings you to a total of Php 13,950.50.

The longer you own the Okavango, the higher the costs tend to get. For example, the 100,000-km or 5-year PMS will require you to replace the drive belt and coolant pump belt which cost Php 11,978,50 including labor, miscellaneous, and car care kit. The peak cost in owning an Okavango is on the 200,000-km or 10-year PMS with a price at Php 15,090. This is if you still decide to keep the unit at that point.

Overall Summary

Year
0.08
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
Mileage (KM)
1,000
10,000
20,000
30,000
40,000
50,000
Cost (Php)
Free
6,150
8,498.50
6,476
13,950.50
6,150

 

Year
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
Mileage (KM)
60,000
70,000
80,000
90,000
100,000
Cost (Php)
8,798.50
6,150
14,557.50
9,603.50
11,978.50

 

Year
5.5
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.5
Mileage (KM)
110,000
120,000
130,000
140,000
150,000
Cost (Php)
6,150
16,125.50
6,150
8,798
6,476

 

Year
8.0
8.5
9.0
9.5
10
Mileage (KM)
160,000
170,000
180,000
190,000
200,000
Cost (Php)
13,581
6,150
12,251.50
6,150
15,090

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Geely Okavango

Geely Philippines has been making a statement in the local crossover segment through its Coolray and Azkarra models. Now, Geely PH has expanded its model lineup as it officially enters the tightly contested local seven-seater SUV segment.   Geely’s challenger in the midsize SUV segment is dubbed as Okavango. It is a seven-seater SUV that is set to maintain Geely PH’s positive sales momentum. The name Okavango was derived from North-western Botswana’s vast inland delta, Okavango Delta. In 2014, UNESCO has recognized the Okavango Delta as its 1,000th World Heritage Site. It was also declared as one of the 7 Natural Wonders of Africa. The 2021 Geely Okavango is offered in two variants, Comfort and Urban, which are both equipped with a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine featuring a 48-volt electric motor. The Okavango has a starting price of Php 1,208,000 for the Comfort variant while the top-spec Urban trim is priced at Php 1,328,000. Geely PH is offering the 2021 Okavango with the following exterior colors: Storm Grey, Porcelain White, Luna Silver, and Marble Black.

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