Maxus G10: Affordable luxury MPV

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The Maxus G10 at the GHK Motors showroom in Beribi. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman

Azrina Zin
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

Maxus is a brand that is still relatively unknown in the Brunei market, but GHK aims to change all that by bringing in more new cars from the Shanghai-based brand.

The recently launched luxury MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) Maxus G10 is the second vehicle introduced in Brunei following the Maxus V80 passenger van earlier this year.

The G10 is known for its modern and aerodynamic design, featuring HID Xenon headlamps, LED tail lamps, front and rear fog lamps, chrome accents and two sliding rear doors.

An interior view of the Maxus G10 at the GHK Motors showroom in Beribi. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman

This nine-seater MPV is designed to be a family transport. It comes with quality interior design and wide cabin; the seats on the G10 are comfortable, well-padded and spacious enough for up to eleven passengers with good legroom and headroom.

Meanwhile, the steering and gear knob are wrapped in leather and the material quality for both chrome and metal are well put together.

It also comes equipped with entertainment features such as 7-inch Entertainment Touchscreen and a multi-functional steering wheel.

The Maxus G10 is powered by 1.9L Diesel Engine Turbocharger complete with Intercooler. It can perform up to with the power 150 Hp at 4000 rpm and torque 350 Nm 1800 – 2600rpm.

An interior view of the Maxus G10 at the GHK Motors showroom in Beribi. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman

Standard safety tech on the G10 includes airbags for both driver and passenger, an auto unlock engine power lock and features the latest ISOFIX system, adding active safety technologies to the vehicle.

The G10 the answer to those those looking for an affordable nine-seater MPV, perfect for large families and chaffuer services.

VIsit GHK Motors in Beribi to book a test drive with the new Maxus G10.

The back of the Maxus G10 at the GHK Motors showroom in Beribi. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman

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