Maxus Makes PWD Access easier with G10 Assist

    Having special mobility needs makes even mundane things much more difficult. Getting in and out of a vehicle requires much more effort, and takes a significant amount of time to accomplish. Maxus hopes to help improve the quality of life for those who rely on wheelchairs by introducing the G10 Assist.

    The G10 Assist adds increased functionality to the standard G10 by including a lifting swivel seat that is capable of raising and lowering an occupant to street level and back into the vehicle in 60 seconds.

    Maxus Philippines General Manager Reginald See expressed that With the G10 Assist, they can now join their family in travels and share memorable adventures. “The G10 Assist comes with the programmable swivel lifting seat right at the 2nd row, conveniently beside the sliding door. This seat swivels to face the sidewalk, slides out and can be lowered down to street level so that the elderly or the wheelchair-bound person can easily take the seat, or disembark.”

    The seat is easy to operate with a remote, or even with a mobile phone, with an iOS app. With a position memory function, path recover function, path obstacle sensor, door interlock, low-power detection and warning, mechanical manual function and anti-tip protection, it ensures the safety and convenience of the passenger.

    The spacious, comfortable, safe, yet powerful G10 is offered at a special price of PHP 1,680,000, and the Assist device, as dealer option, is available at an additional cost of just PHP 399,800.  The G10 Assist package offers the ideal pricing for the level of technology, comfort, convenience, and safety. With that price comes a PMS interval schedule of the first 5,000 kms and every succeeding 10,000 kms, or once a year, whichever comes first. It has a vehicle warranty of 3 years or 100,000 kms, whichever comes first. Plus, one is entitled to 24/7 emergency roadside assistance, a pick-up and delivery service, and on-site servicing for corporate fleet accounts.

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