The 2021 Maxus G50 is the newest addition to the local lineup of the automaker. It comes in the form of a large MPV and comes with a host of attractive features. With its large size and an affordable price tag of P1,088,000 for its entry-level model, it is definitely worth the look and the spot on your MPV shortlist. With that in mind, we take a look at 5 things we liked about the Maxus G50 during our time with it.
Maxed Out size at an affordable price
When it comes to size the Maxus G50 has got it where it counts. It measures in at 4,825mm in length, 1,825mm in width, and 1,800 in height. This makes the vehicle one of the longest MPVs you can get at its price point of under P1.3 million. Thanks to its large size and width it comes with better space for all occupants and with better cargo capacity. While Maxus Philippines hasn’t officially released any official specifications, based on our measurements and estimates the vehicle comes with about 2000-liters worth of space. there’s more, however, as the Maxus G50 has more features that will definitely spark your curiosity.
Unlike its competitors that's within the same price bracket, the G50 comes with a turbocharged 1.5-liter gasoline motor that produces 167hp and 250nm of torque. While it's similar to its competitors in terms of engine displacement the turbo gives the Maxus MPV an edge over the competition. While the engine itself isn't a screaming V8 it does pack quite the punch and will get the G50 up to speed in no time. Low-end torque is also plentiful as the turbo spools up quickly to give you the power and torque that you need. The engine itself is also behaved as cruising at 90 the motor will quietly and happily purr at around 1,500 RPM.
Adaptable seating for all
Further helping max out the interior space, the Maxus G50 comes with adjustable seating. This lets the second-row seats move forward to allow for more space at the rear. A case in point is our resident videographer Jack who was able to sit comfortably in the third row of the vehicle. Of course, we had to move the second row a bit but we adjusted it to our Senior Content writer - Earl’s most comfortable seating position. This gave the 3rd row about an inch worth of knee room - which is not bad considering Jack is about 6 foot 5-inches in height or more.
A plethora of air vents for all
Keeping cool is one of the other strong suits of the Maxus G50. With its panoramic sunroof, a lot of heat can enter the cabin, especially during the summer. To counter this situation Maxus Philippines has given the G50 a plethora of vents all around. These are placed above each row allowing for every occupant to get access to their own vents. The large MPV also comes with fan controls for the second row giving them access to how cold they want the temperature to be. Overall and thanks to its automatic climate control system the G50 proves that even with the heat it can still cool you off.
Charging pad and charging ports galore
When it comes to keeping your mobile devices topped off and ready for use - the Maxus G50 has got your covered. Multiple sockets can be found all throughout the vehicle giving its occupants a chance to charge their device. These come in the form of multiple USB ports as well as 12-volt sockets. Even the third-row gets some love as a USB port is also available for use. A wireless charging pad is even available for the top variant making it that much easier to get your smartphone charged up.
When it comes to the Maxus G50 it has features that make it a unique vehicle. From its large size for an affordable price all the way down to its technology, it really is a vehicle that is worthy of a spot on your MPV shortlist. If you want to get your hands on a G50 today we highly recommend using our Buy Online feature to make the process of buying your next vehicle go as smoothly as possible.
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