MG Motors launches Maxus 9 EV, know its price

car news desk, British automaker MG Motors has launched its new Maxus 9 EV electric car in Thailand. This car was shown in India at the Auto Expo 2023 under the name of Maxus Mifa 9. Maxus is the name of the manufacturer that made the Mifa 9. In Thailand, MG adopted the company name as the model name.

How much is this for?
MG Maxus 9 EV Launch in Thailand Apart from the branding, the Maxus Mifa 9 and the MG Maxus 9 are identical in all respects. MG has priced it at THB 2,499 million for the base X trim and THB 2,699 million for the higher spec V trim. That is, according to India, its price is 60 lakh to 65 lakh rupees. Fortuner on-road price in Karnataka is also similar.

how is this car?
The length of MG Maxus 9 is 5270mm, width 2000mm and height 1840mm. It is a full-electric minivan with 3,200 mm wheelbase, automatic sliding doors and a host of features. MG will introduce the Mifa 7 in India.

MG Maxus 9 Electric MPV Launch Price Rs 60 Lakh

MG Maxus 9 is completely similar to Maxus Mifa 9. It is an all-electric minivan. At the same time, LED DRL elements have been given in the front and LED headlights have been given below them. Its design is quite aggressive. they are. The LED taillights match the unique front lights.

inner part
Owing to its minivan body style, it gets an impressive greenhouse design and is quite spacious on the inside. The dashboard houses two iPad-like screens with rounded corners, one for instrumentation and one for the driver’s display. Massage and ventilated seats are available up front. MG has integrated the AC controls in a touch panel below the infotainment screen. The second row has captain’s seats, calf rests on both seats, separate armrests and cup holders, separate wireless charging pads and separate digital screens.

electric train
Talking about its powertrain, it is equipped with a 245 hp power and 350 Nm single engine with FWD architecture and a 90 kWh battery. Achieves NEDC certified range of up to 540 km. An 11kW AC charger can charge it from 5% to 100% in 8.5 hours, while 120kW DC fast charging can charge the battery from 30% to 80% in 30 minutes.

Will compete with Fortuner
When this car is launched in India, it will compete with Toyota Fortuner, in which diesel and petrol engine options are available.

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