Vivid minivan: The colors of the Maxus G10

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The Maxus G10 is one of the newcomers in the local minivan segment where it looks to compete with industry veterans such as the Hyundai Grand Starex, Toyota Hiace Super Grandia, and the Kia Grand Carnival.

On the outside, it sports the typical minivan setup. You get a slightly protruded bumper grille flanked by projector halogen headlights and fog lamps. At the rear are LED taillights with rear fog lamps.

At the side are electric side mirrors with integrated turn signals and, of course, let’s not forget the dual sliding doors.


While the Maxus G10 is offered in a single variant, it does come in five different colors? Which among them makes the G10 a vivid minivan? Let’s find out.


Silver is symbolic of wisdom and is typically seen on devices boasting modern technology. Now for the Maxus G10’s case, it represents the decent amenities this mini-van has to offer.

It features a seven-inch touchscreen radio with USB and Bluetooth functionality. Audio can also be controlled via the multi-functional steering wheel and is then delivered to the six speakers that are carefully placed inside the Maxus G10’s cabin.


Those who want to make their G10s look like a reliable and dependable minivan better consider getting it in gray paint. A shade darker than silver, gray evokes the durable characteristics of hard-wearing steel.

Speaking of which, the Maxus G10 makes for a reliable vehicle that’ll keep you safe while you’re on the road and even when you’re parking home. Some of its safety features include a suite of airbags, three-point seatbelts, Isofix child seat attachments, ABS with EBD, front and rear parking sensors, and a reverse parking camera.


The color of purity, white befits the G10, especially when used as a family carrier. With seating for nine, the Maxus G10 offers room for your kids, their cousins, the grandparents, and of course, your pet.

The Maxus G10 also has lighting on each of the corners of the second and third-row seats.


No color is more luxurious than gold. That said, those who like to keep their rides as opulent as their lifestyles should choose the Maxus G10 in this paint.

Inside the Maxus G10 are four captain seats so you won’t be rubbing elbows with other passengers. There are also footrests for when you want to stretch out your legs during a long drive.

There are also three A/C vents on each side of the Maxus G10 with their own respective controls for optimum climate control.


Lastly, the G10 can also be had in black, a color that often represents power and an intimidating road presence.

On that note, black does fit well with the Maxus G10 as this minivan packs a powerful 1.9-liter diesel mill with VGT turbocharger which delivers 148hp and 350Nm of torque.

Does any of these colors pique your interest? Find out more about the Maxus G10 here

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