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Maxus G50 Specs

Engine 1490 cc
Power 150 hp
Transmission Type Manual
Seating 8 seats
Engine 1.3L Gasoline Engine, 4 Cylinder 16 Valve
Driver Airbag Yes

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G50 Pros & Cons

By Abhishek Katariya on May 16, 2021
Things We Like in G50

Smooth and quiet ride

Massive cargo space

Beautiful and ergonomic design

Things We Dont Like in G50

Laggy transmission

Body rolling is present

Average fuel efficiency

Recent Updates of G50

Maxus recently introduced a premium version of the G50, dubbed as the G50 Plus in the Chinese market and this variant comes with a lot of design changes to its exterior as well as interior. However, this model is yet to be launched in the Philippines and for now, we have to make do with the current variant that comes powered by a 1.5-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that makes 167 hp of power and 250 Nm of torque and comes paired to a dual-clutch transmission. Creature comforts on the top-end variant include 12.3-inch touchscreen info, automatic AC controls, and leather seats.

Maxus G50 Price

The G50 is priced between ₱948,000 and ₱1.338 Million.

Maxus G50 Variants

There are 4 variants available of G50: Comfort MT, Pro AT, Elite AT and Premium AT.

Maxus G50 Power-trains

The G50 is powered by a 1490cc 4-cylinder Gasoline engine produces 167 hp of power and 250 Nm of torque.

It comes with the option of a 7-Speed Automatic and 6-Speed Manual transmission gearbox.

Maxus G50 Features

The feature list of G50 includes Central Locking, Power Door Locks, Anti Theft Device and Engine Immobilizer in terms of security.

Features for Comfort & Convenience include Air Conditioner, Power Windows Front, Power Windows Rear, Automatic Climate Control, Heater, Rear A/C Vents, Engine Start/Stop Button, Adjustable Seats, Height Adjustable Driver Seat, Electric Folding Rear View Mirror, Automatic Headlamps, Accessory Power Outlet, Power Steering, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Foldable Rear Seat, Low Fuel Warning Light, Rear Reading Lamp, Rear Seat Headrest, Rear Seat Center Arm Rest, Cup Holders-Front, Cup Holders-Rear, Bottle Holder, Folding Table Rear, Keyless Entry, Cruise Control and On Board Computer.

Features for Entertainment & communication include Touch Screen, FM/AM/Radio, Bluetooth Connectivity, USB & Auxiliary Input, Speakers Front, Speakers Rear and Integrated 2DIN Audio.

Maxus G50 Interior

The interior features include Tacho Meter, Electronic Multi Tripmeter, Leather Seats, Leather Steering Wheel, Digital Clock, Digital Odometer and Electric Adjustable Seats.

Maxus G50 Exterior

If we talk about the exterior features then it include Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror, Rear Window Wiper, Rear Window Defogger, Alloy Wheels, Centrally Mounted Fuel Tank, Rear Spoiler, Sun Roof, Outside Rear View Mirror Turn Indicator, Integrated Antenna, Chrome Grille, Roof Rail and Adjustable Headlights.

Maxus G50 Safety

The safety features of the Model includes the Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbag-Front, Child Safety Locks, Anti-Lock Braking System, Ebd, Rear Seat Belts, Seat Belt Warning, Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts, Rear Camera, Parking Sensors, Crash Sensor, Front Impact Beams, Side Impact Beams, Door Ajar Warning, Tyre Pressure Monitor and Engine Check Warning.

Maxus G50 Competitors

The G50 Competitors are: Haima V70, Honda Mobilio, Mitsubishi Xpander, BAIC M60 and Suzuki Ertiga.

Maxus G50 2021 Price List

Maxus G50 June 2021 prices start from ₱948,000 for base variant Comfort MT and goes upto ₱1.338 Million for top-spec variant Premium AT.

Variant Price list Specifications  
Maxus G50 Comfort MT ₱948,000 *
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1490 cc, 150 hp, Manual, Gasoline
Maxus G50 Pro AT ₱1.088 Million*
SRP Price
1490 cc, 167 hp, Automatic, Gasoline
Maxus G50 Elite AT ₱1.168 Million*
SRP Price
1490 cc, 167 hp, Automatic, Gasoline
Maxus G50 Premium AT ₱1.338 Million*
SRP Price
1490 cc, 167 hp, Automatic, Gasoline

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Maxus G50 Colors

G50 is available in 7 different colors - Deep Golden, Metal Black, Polar Ash, Water Blue, Warm White, Warm Urgent and Roland Purple.

Maxus G50 Review

By Abhishek Katariya on May 16, 2021
  • G50 Overview
  • Maxus G50 Interior & Features
  • G50 Exterior
  • Maxus G50 Ride & Handling
  • G50 Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Maxus G50 Braking & Safety
  • G50 Verdict

G50 Overview

Maxus may be an unheard-of brand but it dares to challenge the Toyota Innova. The contender is none other than the Maxus G50 which was launched by SAIC Motor in 2019.

The G50 has a bold exterior that easily stands out against competitors. It comes as an 8-seater as a standard instead of the usual 7 seats found in most vehicles within its range. Chinese automaker SAIC Motor also packed it with more features than the average buyer could ask for.

Currently, the Maxus G50 is available in three trim levels: Pro, Elite, and Premium. No matter which one you choose, it is a true gamechanger - not just because it rivals one of the country’s top MPVs, but because it attempts to beat it at its own game.

Maxus G50 Interior & Features

The dashboard may be made of hard plastic but its matte finishing, layered design, and silver give it a sporty flair. Over to the driver’s side is a digital and analog gauge cluster, as well as a leather-wrapped steering wheel with mounted button switches for infotainment and cruise control.

Maxus G50 Elite and Premium are equipped with an 8-inch infotainment system, while the range-topping G50 Pro gets a larger 12.3-inch display. Both come with Bluetooth and USB support.

You either get fabric or leather seats arranged in 2-3-3 configuration. Adjustable front seats provide extra support. The second row offers both space and flexibility as seats can be reclined, moved forward, and back. While the third row has one more seat than most MPV’s, it has less wiggle room when the entire bench is occupied.

All three rows have access to A/C vents with fan speed controls, but only front passengers can adjust their temperatures. People who sit in the second row will have food trays and a center-folding armrest. Third-row passengers have access to bottle holders and USB ports for charging handheld devices.

Maxus didn’t release any details on the actual cargo space. However, it appears to be significantly more than the 300L offered in the Toyota Innova. With the third-row seats being completely foldable, it can be increased further.

Higher trims naturally offer additional amenities such as automatic air conditioning, a panoramic sunroof, mobile wireless charging, and extra speakers.

G50 Exterior

The Maxus G50 is often mistaken for a minivan due to its flat sides, box-shaped tailgate, and large dimensions. It also rides low like one, which makes it easy for passengers to get in. The only difference is that it has swinging doors.

It features a long and wide bonnet, a massive split-type grill, faux vents, and a bulging fender. Pro trims get LED headlights while lower trims get standard halogen. From either side, you can see deep character lines running across as well as blacked-out D-pillars for a floating roof effect. Only the Maxus G50 Pro is missing roof rails.

Chrome accents decorate its body, including the front and rear where the M-A-X-U-S logo is visibly spelled out. While there’s nothing special outback, it has nifty features like a power tailgate, roof-mounted spoiler, a center-mounted reflector, rear wiper, and a rear window defogger.

All in all, the G50 has a sporty, aggressive, and sophisticated styling which makes it look more expensive than its price point.

Maxus G50 Ride & Handling

Its 150mm ground clearance may not be ideal for an MPV. But the low ride, combined with MacPherson suspensions, enables the Maxus G50 to absorb bumps really well. Noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) insulation are excellent. You can barely hear engine and road noise from inside the vehicle.

Sadly, handling isn’t that good. There’s some noticeable body roll, especially when making sharp turns at high speeds.

 

G50 Engine & Fuel Consumption

All three trims run on a 1.5L gasoline engine with 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. It delivers about 166 horsepower and 250 Nm of torque via front-wheel drive.

Acceleration is smooth on the Maxus G50. Even when the turbocharger kicks in, there is no sudden forward thrust. It doesn’t shift gears as quickly, however. Though it’s good enough for practical daily use.

Fuel economy ranges from 7 to 15 kmpl depending on traffic, which is decent considering its size. Given the 50-liter tank capacity, the MPV has an estimated mileage of 350 to 750 km.

Maxus G50 Braking & Safety

Safety features that are standard across the range include driver and front passenger airbags, 3-point seatbelts with ISOFIX, rear parking sensors, reverse cameras, electronic parking brakes, and immobilizers. Only higher trims have front-side airbags.

Drivers can count on some safety tech as well. Namely, these are electronic stabilization, cruise control, and electronic brake assistance. 

G50 Verdict

Of the three new vehicles from SAIC Motor, Maxus G50 is the most practical and budget-friendly option. Perhaps what’s surprising is that it doesn’t look or feel cheap in spite of its competitive price point.

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    In my viewpoint, this car presents a minivan-like feature and is also an 8-seater vehicle. I bought this almost a month ago and can tell you that you won’t regret spending a part of your fortune on this masterpiece. The performance delivered by the four-wheeler is very stable and satisfactory. The engine produces robust and reliable power and is paired Read More

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