Maxus Philippines, one of the newest brands in the country ushering in new and value for money options for the Filipino car buyer has just launched its with 4x2 and 4x4 models available named the Pro and Elite respectively.
With classic looks and a familiar pickup shape, the Maxus T60 has an appearance of a workhorse with some flair to spare. All variants come with 17-inch alloy wheels in a silver finish. 4x4 models will come with a decal located towards the rear of its bed, and the grille is in chrome rather than the gloss black found on the Pro variants. The headlights on the Pro are of the halogen reflector variety, while the Elite 4x4 will come with LED projector front lamps.
Stepping into the interior, we have a cloth interior for the Pro and leather for the Elite. The base manual and automatic comes with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay while the Elite has a 10-inch unit with the same features. All models come with a backup camera and reverse sensors as standard.
Under the hood we have a diesel motor that comes in 2.8-liters of displacement mated to either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. This diesel motor produces 148 hp and 360 Nm of torque. The towing capacity for the truck is rated at 2,500 kg, while the load capacity is at over 1,010 kg for the Elite, 1,020 for the Pro AT and 1,040 kg for the Pro MT. The T60 is also capable of wading waters up to 800 mm in depth.
The price of the Maxus T60 starts at a price ofP998,000 for the Pro 4x2 MT, P1,078,000 for the 4x2 Pro AT, and P1,328,000 for the 4x4 Pro Elite AT. Maxus Philippines is, however, giving an introductory discount of P50,000 across the entire range, bringing the price down to P948,000, P1,028,000, and P1,278,000 respectively.
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