Good news for those of you who’ve been keeping an eye out for the new Maxus D60: The seven-seater has officially entered the market.
As expected, the local D60 debuts packed with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbopetrol that generates 167hp and 250Nm of torque mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. This is the same setup under the hood of another Maxus stablemate, the G50.
The PH-spec D60’s exterior design checks out, too, but the interior looks a bit different. Maxus Philippines did away with putting the G50’s interior in the D60, and instead opted for a cleaner cabin with an abundance of dark leather highlighted with some subtle contrast stitchings. But as mentioned earlier, this thing can still seat up to seven people.
The D60 comes equipped with a host of extra features as standard, including a reversing camera with rear parking sensors, a tire-pressure monitoring system, a multifunction steering wheel, and cruise control.
The eight-inch infotainment system is also available across the range, although no variant offers Apple CarPlay or Android Auto connectivity. An electronic parking brake with an auto-hold function is also fitted as standard.
The top-spec variant, meanwhile, gets added goodies such as front parking sensors, a smart keyless entry system with push-to-start ignition, and auto-fold side mirrors. Some rather nifty additions, we’d say.
There are six color options in total, but availability depends on the trim level. The bright Competitive Orange finish you see here, for example, is exclusive to the top-spec variant.
As far as variants go, two are available with prices starting at P1,148,000. You can check out the official price tags below:
2021 Maxus D60 price
- Maxus D60 1.5T Elite - P1,258,000
- Maxus D60 1.5T Pro - P1,148,000
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