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  1. Lo and behold! sgCarMart kickstarted its very own SGCARMART REVIEWS on the 3rd of November with the new Mercedes-Benz CLA with Julian from the Editorial Department (some of you may find him familiar from MCF events) and cool kid James from Marketing. We're now on episode 2 with the Skoda Octavia RS 245! We're still new at this so don't forget to show some love! Like, subscribe and leave your comments on our Youtube channel! Let them know what cars you want them to review next. 💟
  2. I just brought at 2nd hand Maxus G10 Executive, and on paper the fuel efficiency is 11.7 L per 100km. I was wondering if there will be any workshop or guru here can advise any possibilities of changing vehicle parts that can help improve fuel efficiency?
  3. Maxus is now taking orders for the E Deliver 3, its first compact electric van. Deliveries are expected to commence before the end of the year. Two battery options are available: 35kWH and 52.5kWh, giving a range of up to 98 miles and 150 miles, respectively. Both batteries can be charged from 0-80% in 45 minutes, using a rapid charger. All versions are powered by the same electric motor, providing 122PS and 255Nm. The Maxus E Deliver 3 is available in three variants: a short wheelbase panel van, a long wheelbase panel van and a long wheelbase platform chassis The short wheelbase pane van has a cargo capacity of 4.8 cubic metres and a maximum payload of 905Kg. The long wheelbase provides 6.3 cubic metres or cargo space and has a maximum payload of 1,020Kg. The platform chassis has a 1,202Kg payload capacity. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, electric windows, electrically adjustable door mirrors, a multifunction steering wheel and an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The E Deliver 3 also features a reversing camera with rear parking sensors, cruise control, six floor-mounted strapping rings for the cargo bay and a solid partition between the cargo bay and cabin.
  4. Travelling with seven or more people? The Maxus G10 is one of the few MPVs that does the job of moving everyone comfortably. Cars come in all shapes and sizes, to fit each and every owner's needs. For most families, a normal sedan does the job just fine. And if you come from a bigger family or have friends you want to ferry around, an MPV works well, too. While there are MPVs, one that seats seven or more comfortably is hard to find. Plus, if you find yourself picking up guests from the airport, it might just mean their luggages might not fit when all seven seats are up. You'll need a bigger MPV. And when we mean big, we mean fitting seven people with ease. Travelling together safely and comfortably In our current climate, it is best to have your own form of transport, like a car. But for big families to get around, it can be a struggle. When the extended family comes along, perhaps it is easier to split everyone amongst two cars. But what if another car isn't an option, or there isn't another driver? Well, if your parents are more than happy to take a taxi, and your in-laws are cool with taking the bus - that might be a solution. But that might mean that not everyone will arrive at the same timing. It isn't just for families, but big groups of people too. So, what's the best way around this? The simple solution is getting an MPV. But many MPVs or even seven-seat SUVs don't do the job that well. Many MPVs have a third row that is small and tight, and are best suited for short journeys. Many will know how hard it is to squeeze people in the back when child seats are in place, too. And if you have children that are all grown up, the last row of seats just won't cut it for them. To avoid the grumpy faces of those relegated to the rear seats or taking other modes of transport, there is one car that'll do the job best. Step into the Maxus Here's one of very few, true nine-seater MPVs on the market today. The Maxus G10 is big for a purpose – to fit nine people safely and comfortably. With three rows of seating to fit nine people, it means your extended family can travel with you, too. With four plush captain seats at the back, along with a long and wide bench in the last row, it allows for easy access and is engineered to be comfortable for long journeys. There are enough amenities to challenge most living rooms, too. There's an entertainment screen, a full sunroof, USB charging ports are available in all three rows, and it even sports a full-size, three-pin power socket. And when it comes to hauling all the family's barang-barangs, just fold the rear seats, and the Maxus G10 swallows everything with ease. The seven-seater Maxus G10 offers over 2,500 litres of boot space even with all passengers seated comfortably. Easy driving If you're worried about it's size, well the Maxus G10 isn't a hard car to pilot. Thanks to its large windows and mirrors, it is an easy car to look out of and place on the road. Plus, with its 360-degree camera, parking is a smooth and seamless affair, too. And the Maxus is quick, too. With its 2.0-litre turbocharged engine, it puts out a respectable 215bhp and 330Nm of torque. That means even when fully loaded, there are no issues getting the big Maxus up to speed. And on the topic of driving, the Maxus G10 is perhaps the only nine-seater on the market today that can be driven legally with a Class 3 licence. The ultimate people mover Moving big families has always been a challenge. Family time is important, so why should you compromise that because of the lack of space in your current ride? The full range of Maxus G10 MPVs include a nine-seater, a seven-seater, and also a wheelchair-friendly option, offering easier access for wheelchair users. The Maxus G10 isn't just able to do the job – it does it very well. It is comfortable, with more than enough space and grace to keep everyone happy and moving without a hitch. When it comes to moving people, nothing comes close to the Maxus range of MPVs. To find out more, head over to Maxus Singapore's official website, here.
  5. Was quite surprise to chance upon this ride when reading on some car news last night. Did not notice its availability over here before that at all. Really low key as it was never publicized in any way at all, as should have. http://www.sgcarmart.com/new_cars/newcars_overview.php?CarCode=12237 http://i.i-sgcm.com/new_cars/cars/12237/brochures/brochure_20180124082626.pdf http://www.carbuyer.com.sg/index.php/news/1456-sg-motorshow-2018-this-chinese-mpv-costs All along I had noticed that Maxus in Malaysia has a MPV line under G10 which was not brought over here when C&C clinched the dealership. I had always thought the ride looks good as it has similar shape and finishing as Starex which is also not really available here as quite ex at S$170k. Anyway, people up north are quite fortunate as they have options that are equivalent to Alphard/Vellfire at substantially lower costs. So I am quite happy to read that since Jan/2018, the Maxus G10 SE is available over here under 2 trims at $140k and $150k. I do not know the exact difference between the 2 trims except for the electric tailgate (with leg motion) and the 18" wheels and sun roofs, but standard features such as TPMS, 360 camera, and adaptive cruise control are quite useful. And the ride comes with 6-speed gear mated to a 2L turbocharged engine that provides a respectable century sprint of 10.2 seconds which I read somewhere. The ride is long at 5.1m but not very tall at 1.928m, and very wide at close to 2m. Finishing wise, I would think better not to expect too much as it is definitely in Starex category. It should be more of a workhorse, like Biante, with plastic parts all over. Of course reliability is not proven at this moment as it is very new. But I do not foresee any issues as it is carried by C&C. Anyway it is not really possible to get a full-size MPV under AD right now other than Alphard/Vellfire/Elgrand, except for Saangyong Stavic which seems no longer available in sgcarmart now. If willing to go PI, the triplets and Stpwagon are potential candidates, but then again they are really a size smaller. Biante also seems to be obsoleted for good now. But I do not foresee this ride to sell well, as not many families would need such a big ride to begin with. But definitely happy to more options in this climate especially with the new VES resulted in a lot of models being pulled from the market. Really good luck to the C&C people.
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