Maxus showed the public its first crossover Maxus D60July 17, 2019
Sales of the new crossover will start soon in China. The minimum price tag for a novelty, according to preliminary estimates, will start at 16 thousand dollars.
Maxus, coming out from under the wing of the SAIC, began with the release of vans. Later, the brand took up the expansion of its model range with the help of minibuses, minivan, pickup truck and frame SUV. Now this list has added the first crossover for the brand, which is similar in size to the Skoda Kodiaq or Hyundai Santa Fe. It reaches 4,720 mm in length, 1,860 mm in width and 1,736 mm in height. The distance between the axes is 2,760 mm. The manufacturer refined and strengthened the platform with a transverse arrangement of the motor, and as the power unit chose for its new product a single 1.5 liter “turbo four” with a capacity of 169 hp. A pair of her is a seven-step “robot”.
Four-wheel drive such a model is not put, but it is. It will appear in the very near future, as well as a rechargeable hybrid with a 1.3-liter engine and an electric motor.
The Maxus D60 crossover will be offered with two or three rows of seats. Interestingly, the three-row versions of an SUV can have both a three-seater middle sofa and two separate seats (then the crossover becomes six-seater). Salon can be decorated using the leather and Alcantara. Almost the entire center console is occupied by a 14-inch “tablet”, which allows you to control the climate control, the media system, and individual auto functions. Also, such a cross gets a virtual dashboard, electric front seats, panoramic roof, etc.
In China, sales of the Maxus D60 will begin before the end of this month. According to preliminary data, prices for a new product will start at $ 16,000.
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