Maxus V80 Flex is ready to meet the ‘new normal’ in logistics

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The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed the way people do business. With the threat of infection ever present, those in the logistics industry can indeed use a delivery van that not only performs as a veritable workhorse, but also promotes proper physical distancing measures among occupants.

Enter the Maxus V80 Flex, a cargo van that’s up to the task. Flexible and reliable, the Maxus V80 Flex is ready give its competitors like the Toyota Hiace and Nissan Urvan a run for their money.

So what makes the V80 Flex special, you may ask? For starters, the wide space van offers a generous cargo hold of 6.9 cubic meters along with a highly versatile interior to suit a wide variety of logistics needs. The massive cargo space allows for proper physical distancing among the driver and cargo handlers, while at the same time the van’s 1.1-ton maximum loading capacity gives entrepreneurs the ability to deliver more goods and products, thus maximizing business profitability.

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Not to mention, more cargo means less trips, so you’ll be able to save time and money with your deliveries.

For those who plan to use the V80 Flex as an ambulance, there’s plenty of room in the van for various medical equipment, while ensuring emergency medical personnel have enough leeway to work and perform life-saving procedures on a patient en route to the hospital.

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Rear dual swing-out doors further make loading and unloading cargo or patients safer and more efficient.

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The V80 Flex is powered by a 2.5-liter CRDI diesel engine with VGT that propels the van with 134 hp and 330 Nm of torque. For safety, the designers at Maxus gave the V80 Flex front dual airbags, anti-lock brake system (ABS) with electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), three-point seatbelts for front seats, and engine immobilizer.

Eager to help business entrepreneurs maximize their bottom line, the Maxus periodic maintenance service (PMS) interval schedule covers the first 5,000 kms or 6 months and every succeeding 10,000 kms or every 12 months, whichever comes first. Maxus believes this PMS schedule is more cost-efficient than the industry-standard 5,000-km PMS schedule. The longer intervals are also the company’s way of proving the reliability of their vehicles.

Maxus also provides 24/7 emergency roadside assistance for its customers.

As a product of 125 years of British-bred automotive heritage, the Maxus V80 Flex is surprisingly affordable, with a starting price of P1.19 million. So if you’re looking for a cargo van that’s more than the usual, the Maxus V80 Flex is definitely one of your better choices.

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