Jakarta, Klinik Farma – The Chinese automobile brand Maxus has officially entered the Indonesian market and was spotted at the 2023 GAIKINDO Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) held at ICE, BSD City, Tangerang from August 10 to 20, 2023. Maxus entered the Indonesian market. PT Indomobil Wahana Trada as Brand Holder Agent (APM).
Maxus debuted in Indonesia with the MIFA 9, Indonesia’s first full-size premium minivan with all-electric technology.
“MIFA 9 is a battery electric vehicle or BEV that can drive on roads where odd-even rules apply. This zero-emission, zero-noise vehicle makes traveling more comfortable and practical. That’s why we chose the Maxus MIFA 9 as our flagship model. as well as choice. An alternative for consumers in Indonesia who want a modern, exclusive and practical 7-seat minivan,” said Andri Chu, business development manager for Indomobil Group.
Initially, Maxus will offer the MIFA 9 Premium variant, which will be priced at IDR 1.425 billion, the indicative price for Jabodetabek, which is already on sale.
As for the interior, this car has electrically adjustable driver and front passenger seats, as well as a deluxe second-row captain’s seat that features 2 headrest settings and four seatback adjustments that come with lumbar support.
That’s not all, the chair also features heating and ventilation, 8 massage modes, and an adjustable footrest and footrest.
MIFA 9 uses an electric motor capable of producing the equivalent of 245 hp, which is powered by a 90 kWh lithium-ion battery. When the battery is fully charged, Maxus MIFA 9 can travel up to 440-520 km.
To anticipate emergencies, the Maxus MIFA 9 is equipped with an energy storage that allows this vehicle to use a backup power source to get to the nearest battery charging station.
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Recharging the battery with an alternating current (AC) source will take approximately 8.5 hours to reach 100%. Meanwhile, fast charging with a DC charger from 30% to 80% is achieved in just 30 minutes.
“We are present in Indonesia as part of the Indomobil Group, ensuring that our consumers have an exclusive experience on every drive,” said Andri.
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