Maxus PH offers low down payment for the V80, T60  

Updated Nov 05, 2020 | Same topic: Latest Consumer Reports

It’s now easier to get your own Maxus whether for work or play.

Christmas is one of the most anticipated seasons in the Philippines, typically marked by increased family and business activities as part of the holiday hustle. And to help you keep up on your to-do lists, Maxus Philippines is giving an early Christmas gift.   

Maxus Philippines is giving two early gifts this Christmas  

From November 1 to 30, 2020, the British-Chinese marque is offering a low downpayment promo on two of its dependable workhorses in the local lineup. Customers can avail of the T60 pickup on a reduced initial payment as follows:

Low downpayment
T60 2.8 Pro 4x2 MT  
Php 998,000
Php 30,000
T60 2.8 Pro 4x2 AT  
Php 1,078,000
Php 36,000
T60 2.8 Elite 4x4 AT
Php 1,328,000
Php 54,000

Meanwhile, Maxus V80 van can also be acquired under the low downpayment scheme:     

Low downpayment
V60 2.5 Flex MT 3-seater   
Php 1,190,000
Php 44,000
V60 2.5 Comfort MT
Php 1,570,000
Php 72,000

Get the deal now!

This special offer is the perfect opportunity for customers to get the right Maxus model for both household and business transport needs, as well as shopping for gifts to give to family and friends as Christmas approaches. The Maxus T60 pickup boasts a 2.8L turbodiesel engine with a variable geometry turbo that generates 150 hp and 360 Nm of torque, and its generous cargo bed can carry loads of up to 1,100 kg.

Standard across the range is a 2,500-kg. towing capacity and 800-mm water wading capability. All units also get a touchscreen head unit with Bluetooth and Apple CarPlay on board.     


The V80 comes in both passenger and commercial van configurations, the former featuring rear seats that individually recline to reduce fatigue on long drives, and the latter with a spacious rear cargo area. Both models come standard with a sliding door for easier ingress and egress, while a 2.5L common-rail turbodiesel engine provides 136 hp and 330 Nm of torque to haul loads smoothly and capably.

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Maxus Philippines also offers other models in its lineup, such as the newly-launched G50 MPV that comes in three variants ranging from Php 1,088,000 to Php 1,288,000.  There’s also the luxurious Maxus G10 minivan priced at Php 1,790,000, and the mobility-oriented G10 Assist designed for the elderly, PWDs, and recovering patients, carrying a sticker price of Php 2,189,000. All Maxus models are backed by a 5-year/100,000 km. warranty, as well as 24/7 roadside assistance and on-site servicing for fleet accounts.      

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Maxus Philippines’ vision is to offer attainable yet quality vehicles to the Filipino people. It is one of the newest automotive brands introduced to the Philippine market. The first product offerings to the local market are the Maxus T60 pickup truck, the Maxus V80 passenger and commercial vans, and the Maxus G10 minivan. Browse through to learn more about Maxus Philippines and its latest updates. Check out in-depth reviews, latest price list, and specifications of your preferred vehicle variants to find the most ideal auto to suit your preferences.

Joseph Paolo Estabillo

Joseph Paolo Estabillo


Joseph has been a member of various car clubs since he got his driver's license in 2004 – old enough to remember riding in taxicabs with analog meters, but his fascination with cars goes way back. After nearly two decades of working in broadcast media, he shifted gears by coming on board as Philkotse’s first Filipino member and staff writer in 2017.

Apart from his role in Philkotse as Content Team Lead, Joseph has written episodes for Drive, which has been airing on CNN Philippines for five seasons running. He has also delivered content for various car dealerships based in the U.S., spanning multiple brands such as Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Jeep, Dodge, among others.

Keeping his hopes high and his revs low, he dreams about owning a Kei car when he retires. Hates slow parkers.

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