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Here’s the PWD-Friendly Maxus G10

CARMUDI PHILIPPINES recently reported about the person with disability-friendly variant for the Maxus G10, but we already got a glimpse of it prior to its official launch on September 5.

© Ruben Manahan IV for CARMUDI PHILIPPINES

To be called the Maxus G10 Assist, the newest offering that will be available soon will have the captain seat at middle row near the door specifically designed for those who needs extra assistance in alighting or boarding this vehicle.

The latest dealer-option Assist accessories include the Programmable Swivel Lifting Seat with Foldable Footrest that can be controlled via remote or mobile app.

Apart from the add-ons, the Maxus G10 Assist will be powered by the same 1.9-liter turbocharged CRDi engine and six-speed automatic gearbox that powers the standard G10 at 148 hp at 4,000rpm and a maximum torque of 350 Nm at 1,800 to 2,600rpm.

The price for the standard G10 is at PHP1.680 Million, but with dealer-option add-ons puts the G10 Assist’s price to a little over PHP2 million.

The PWD-dedicated seat will also have wheelchair option, which will be revealed at the launch.

© Ruben Manahan IV for CARMUDI PHILIPPINES

 

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1 Comment

  1. Robert
    September 13, 2019 at 9:00 am — Reply

    The problem you always see with these vehicles is they are way too expensive for he average PWD person to purchase.. If anyone in the Automobile industry really cared about Persons with disabilities they would find a way to produce them cheaper for actual PWD. Instead the vehicle ends up double what an ordinary vehicle would cost. Write off the loss with higher costs to your average vehicle line instead of beating up the PWD community. Somebody show some real concern.

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