Maxus Philippines, in partnership with the Bank of the Philippines (BPI), rolls out its Zero Down Payment and Zero Cash Out promo programs made available on its lineup, including the Maxus G50 MPV.
Maxus G50 MPV
For the month of July only, the Maxus G50 Pro now starts at Php 1,068,000 (from Php 1,088,000 SRP), a cash discount of Php 20,000. The model is available with a Php 26,679 monthly payment scheme, on a 20-percent low down payment made through a BPI deposit.
The Maxus G50 is an MPV that can seat up to eight passengers, ideal for those in the market for a reliable family vehicle that’s offered at a relatively affordable price tag. Inside, all occupants benefit from the Pro variant’s 8-inch infotainment system with four speakers, fabric seats, and rear aircon vents.
The Maxus G50 in Roland Purple
Under the hood, the G50 uses a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine capable of generating 166 hp and 250 Nm of torque. The engine is coupled to either a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox or a 6-speed manual transmission available on the model’s new entry-level variant, called the Comfort, introduced earlier this year.
Aside from the G50, Maxus Philippines and BPI are also offering other Maxus models with flexible payment schemes. See the list of deals below:
- The T60 pickup truck starts at Php 948,000 (from Php 998,000 SRP) at Php 23,682 monthly, with a BPI deposit amount as low as 20 percent down payment;
- The D60 SUV starts at Php 1,118,000 (from Php 1,148,000) at Php 27,928 monthly, with a BPI deposit amount as low as 20 percent down payment;
- The V80 van truck starts at Php 1,430,000 (from Php 1,570,000 SRP) at Php 35,722 monthly, with a BPI deposit amount as low as 30 percent down payment;
- The G10 van starts at Php 1,710,000 (from Php 1,790,000 SRP) at Php 42,716 monthly, with a BPI deposit amount as low as 20 percent down payment.
On top of all these offers, Maxus Philippines is offering free chattel mortgage and comprehensive insurance for one year. The Maxus G10 and V80 come with a standard warranty of 3 years or 100,000 km, while the G50 and T60 get a 5-year or 100,000 km warranty.
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Know more about Maxus G50 2021
Maxus Philippines is introducing another vehicle in the form of an MPV called the G50. The 8-seater will be the fourth model in the brand’s local line-up. It will be the most family-friendly nameplate that Maxus will be releasing in the local automotive market. The G50 is the latest addition to Chinese auto brand Maxus Philippines’ range of light commercial vehicles. It comes with a bold and aggressive exterior design that could match its rivals in the MPV segment. Under the hood, the Maxus G50 is powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that generates 166 hp and 250 Nm of torque. The engine is connected to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that sends power to the front wheels.