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Since no one started this EV MPV which was newly introduced to the market last year (2023). 

MIFA 9 comes under 2 brands in Singapore.

Maxus under C&C and MG under Trans Eurokars.

Some may wonder what is MG ?  It's Morris Garage

 

 

 

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Good for airport maxicab 

 

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I booked one unit during last month's Car Expo at the Singapore Expo and expect to collect my ride around the end of June or the middle of July. [drivingcar]

Depending on the shipment from China.

Looking forward to my new ride. [bounce2][bounce2][bounce2]

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On 5/5/2024 at 10:22 AM, Soya said:

Good for airport maxicab 

 

The size of MIFA 9 is bigger than Alphard but smaller in height of which, most HDB car parks of 1.9m can enter. 

Can safely say 85% of car parks can enter. Except Queensway Shopping centre (1.8).

This vehicle :

Height : 1.84m

Length : 5.3m

Width : 2.0m

Weight : near 2.5 tons

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Can do part time airport to JB and make some extra money on the side.

Make frens with JB finest and get to use VIP bus lane.

:D 

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Just checked that both immigration checkpoints (Tuas & Woodlands) clearance at the boots are very narrow. May need some skills to drive through it because of the 2.0m wide body of MIFA 9  :wut: 

But with the 360-degree all-round camera view that comes with the vehicle, one can slowly glide through it. :we-all-gonna-die:

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Twincharged

It has NOTHING to do with the U.K. Original Morris Garage,just used the Name only.

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On 5/5/2024 at 10:53 AM, ER-3682 said:

It has NOTHING to do with the U.K. Original Morris Garage,just used the Name only.

MG is owned by SAIC. Cannot anyhow used the brand name.

 

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On 5/5/2024 at 10:53 AM, ER-3682 said:

It has NOTHING to do with the U.K. Original Morris Garage,just used the Name only.

SAIC (Shanghai Automobile Industries Corporation) brought over MG. :wut:

SAIC also owns many other brands of vehicles in China.

In Australia and New Zealand, MIFA 9 comes under the brand name LDV

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On 5/5/2024 at 11:01 AM, Maxus-MIFA9 said:

SAIC (Shanghai Automobile Industries Corporation) brought over MG. :wut:

SAIC also owns many other brands of vehicles in China.

In Australia and New Zealand, MIFA 9 comes under the brand name LDV

I know lah,i mean it is a China Brand now,nothing to do with the British.

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Currently, less than 30 Maxus MIFA 9 in Singapore.

Are any members here driving MIFA 9 ? [cool]

Please come in and share your experience. [drivingcar]

:a-toast::a-toast:

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On 5/5/2024 at 11:04 AM, ER-3682 said:

I know lah,i mean it is a China Brand now,nothing to do with the British.

Morris Garage is still up & running in British. [drivingcar]

Not completely shut down.

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My friend has some interest but he waiting for Coe to come down. 

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So what's the difference between the MG and Maxus version? Is is just name only?

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On 5/5/2024 at 10:29 AM, Maxus-MIFA9 said:

The size of MIFA 9 is bigger than Alphard but smaller in height of which, most HDB car parks of 1.9m can enter. 

Can safely say 85% of car parks can enter. Except Queensway Shopping centre (1.8).

This vehicle :

Height : 1.84m

Length : 5.3m

Width : 2.0m

Weight : near 2.5 tons

Bigger? So no problem entering those carpark with tight and narrow ramp and parking lots? 😅

So this car has two different AD selling? C&C and MG?

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On 5/5/2024 at 11:04 AM, Maxus-MIFA9 said:

Currently, less than 30 Maxus MIFA 9 in Singapore.

Are any members here driving MIFA 9 ? [cool]

Please come in and share your experience. [drivingcar]

:a-toast::a-toast:

No wonder i never see this car on the road?! Or i saw one but didn't notice what make/model of that car? 😂

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On 5/5/2024 at 11:08 AM, Lala81 said:

My friend has some interest but he waiting for Coe to come down. 

I bought this vehicle due to my comparison between the Toyota Alphard and Vellfire. [sly]

First in mind is the cost of Toyota against Maxus at the time when I booked the vehicle.

At that time, Alphard Hybrid was $368k against MIFA 9 EV at $254k. A mere saving of $114K

Size-wise, bigger than Alphard but shorter in height (1.84m). Even the wheelbase is 3.2m which is longer than Alphard.

Last COE results (April), heard both vehicle prices have increased by 8 ~ 10k. [sweatdrop]  

With more and more EV charging points increasing in SG, no worries of no place to charge your vehicle.

The latest news was that many BlueSG lots at MSCP had been converted to charging points for other EV vehicles also and not only BlueSG vehicles. [smash]

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On 5/5/2024 at 11:14 AM, Benarsenal said:

So what's the difference between the MG and Maxus version? Is is just name only?

All specifications are the same. 

For both the Luxury and Premium versions.

The premium version has a massage function in center-row seats and a rear view mirror in the form of camera view. Cannot see back-seated passengers.  But you have to pay an additional $20k for the Premium version. 

I won't be paying an extra $20k for the massage function where you only drive for maybe 1 hour or so a day. [cool]

If traveling long distances, only passengers get the comfort of the massage. :secret-laugh:

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