₱ 1,790,000 - 2,190,000
Maxus G10 Specs
  • Body Type MPV
  • Segment Luxury
  • Engine Displacement 1.9 L
  • Horsepower 148 PS
  • Transmission Type AT
  • Energy Type Fuel
The 2021 - 2022 Maxus G10 is offered in 2 variants - which are priced from ₱ 1,790,000 to ₱ 2,190,000, the base model of g10 is 2021 Maxus G10 Elite AT which is at a price of ₱ 1,790,000 and the top variant of Maxus G10 is 2021 Maxus G10 Assist AT which is offered at a price of ₱ 2,190,000.
  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Comusmption
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    Maxus G10  – Overview

    Maxus is a brand owned by the Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation, which is a Fortune 100 Global company and one of China’s ‘Big Four’ automakers. This is important to know, because although the brand is still relatively new in our region, it is backed by big players. Its sole distributor in the Asia Pacific region is Weststar Maxus Sdn Bhd.
    Enough about that, let’s look at the MPV. Maxus’ G10 is the second car made by the marque. It can be had in 7, 9, and 10 seat configurations, but in Malaysia we’ll only have the 10-seater, and it is locally assembled in Klang, which explains its competitive price of RM133,019 for the standard variant, and RM152,623 for the SE.
    The standard variant of the large MPV debuted in late 2016, with the SE following later in June 2017.

  • Exterior

    Maxus G10 – Exterior

    The G10 is a big boy. Visually, it will dwarf even a large people-mover like the Kia Carnival. It’s exterior design is not unpleasing, but it lacks the daring of some of its competition, making it a little more forgettable.
    Exterior aesthetics distinguish between the two available variants. The SE comes with a full bodykit – front and rear bumpers, side skirts, and a roof spoiler. Completing the distinction is a set of 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels.
    All other exterior features are the same for both variants. They feature HID xenon headlights with LED DRLs, LED tail lights, a front electric sunroof, and a rear panoramic glass roof.

    Length

    5,168 mm

    Width

    1,980 mm

    Height

    1,928 mm

    Wheelbase

    3,198 mm

  • Interior

    Maxus G10 – Interior

    A two-tone black-brown colour palette dominates the interior, from the seats to the trim on the dashboard, which also features a nice dark marble-like trim. The 10 seats are laid out in a 2-3-2-3 format. They also have a little bit of added flexibility; the third row bench can be folded with a 60:40 split, while the second row bench (also with a 60:40 split) and the third individual seats can be moved forwards and backwards.
    Every seat is upholstered with leather, although some reviews say that the leather feels a little thin. Fit and finish could also be better here, with some panels exhibiting sharp edges and inconsistent gaps.

  • Features

    Maxus G10 – Features

    The G10 SE features automatic sliding rear doors, as opposed to the manual ones from the standard variant. Aside from this, all other features are the same. Dominating the dashboard is a large 15-inch touchscreen infotainment system, with a digital clock beside it. For the rear passengers, the G10 features a 10.1-inch ceiling-mounted LED screen, as well as LED reading lights for poring over quarterly reports in the dark of night.
    The rest of the equipment list includes keyless entry and start, cruise control, rear ceiling-mounted air-conditioning vents, a 220-volt power supply, and a massage system for the front seats.
    In the safety department, it comes with 2 airbags, ABS with EBD and BA, ESP, traction control, a tyre pressure monitoring system, child-seat ISOFIX anchors in the second and third-row seats, 3600 cameras, and parking sensors at both ends.

  • Powertrain

    Maxus G10 – Powertrain

    Under the hood is a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-pot petrol engine that makes 228 PS at 5,500 rpm and 345 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. This engine is mated to a well-known 6-speed ZF automatic gearbox which sends everything to the rear wheels.

  • Driving Performance

    Maxus G10 – Driving Performance

    The official century sprint record is 10.2 seconds, and the G10 will go up to 190 km/h. That’s good enough, we suppose, but some reviews have commented on its lack of throttle response. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, as a sharp throttle may not be what you want in a business MPV.

  • Ride Comfort

    Maxus G10 – Ride Comfort

    A mix of a few components should mean that ride comfort in the G10 is excellent. Its chassis is tuned by Lotus, so body roll is nicely controlled. The SE’s 18-inch rims are shod with ContiCrossContact UHP tyres size 225/55, so there is a good balance between grip and comfort. Lastly, there are acres of glass allowing light into the cabin, which elevate the entire travelling experience in the MPV.

  • Fuel Comusmption

    Maxus G10 – Fuel Economy

    The quoted combined consumption for the G10 is 10.3 km/l (9.7 l/100km). It is an older car, and so lags behind the competition in this respect. The Kia Grand Carnival 2.2 turbo diesel is exceptional at 15.6 km/l, the Geely Jia Ji 1.8 turbo diesel returns 12 km/l, and the Hyundai Grand Starex 2.5 turbo diesel, which is a similarly sized MPV to the G10, only gives 9.4 km/l.
    On the luxury end of people-movers, the Toyota Alphard 3.5 is able to produce 10.4 km/l.

  • Conclusion

    Maxus G10 – Conclusion

    For its price to utility ratio, a corporate vehicle like the G10 is hard to beat. It is bigger than most of the competition, and it is also cheaper than most of the competition. Its lack of interior refinement may mean that families will stay away from it, but to quickly move human resources for business purposes, such an interior should suffice, even though it won’t dazzle potential business partners.
    Its features, like the rear air-conditioning vents and that 220-volt power supply, are well-thought out for its suggested vocation. The G10’s most compelling argument is still its price point, and at RM130k for so much car, it’s pretty difficult to disagree.

Maxus G10 has total 5 color options in Philippines: Black, Silver, Grey, White, Gold

Black

  • How much is Maxus G10 in the Philippines?

    The Maxus G10 price in the Philippines starts at ₱1,790,000. The lowest price is the 2021 Maxus G10 Elite AT, ranging all the way up to the 2021 Maxus G10 Assist AT priced at ₱2,190,000.

  • Is the Maxus G10 a good car?

    The Maxus G10 is a popular car to buy as it offers powerful and efficient engine options as well as premium, spacious interiors. Even used Maxus G10 cars offer the premium driving experience.

  • Is Maxus G10 manual or automatic?

    We're learning that the 2021 Maxus G10 is available with continuously variable AT transmission

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