Cycle & Carriage Introduces the First Fully Electric Premium MPV – Maxus MIFA 9


Cycle & Carriage Singapore has launched the Maxus MIFA 9, the market’s first fully electric premium Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV). The Maxus MIFA 9 is a premium electric MPV that was purposefully designed as such, rather than being converted from a van. Designed to meet the needs of both business-to-business and business-to-consumer markets, it looks set to be a game-changer in the transportation industry. Whether used as a high-end business shuttle or a stylish ride for families, the MIFA 9 is set to revolutionise the transportation landscape.

This fully electric premium MPV stands out with its exceptional blend of comfort, spaciousness, and state-of-the-art technology. It sets the standard for electric MPVs with its luxurious interior, class-leading range of 435km on a single charge, and extensive list of comfort and safety features.

The stylish exterior of the Maxus MIFA 9 is a sure head-turner.

Ride Like a Breeze

The car features an impressive wheelbase of 3,200mm, which is significantly longer than that of many other vehicles in its class, surpassing some of its closest competitors by 200mm. Additionally, as previously mentioned, passengers will have no difficulty traveling in style and finding a comfortable spot inside. The standout feature of this three-row vehicle is undoubtedly the captain’s chairs in the middle row.

The interior is a space of comfort.

The difference in quality between the exterior and the interior is immediately obvious. Two screens, one measuring 12.3 inches for media and the other measuring 7, make up the digital instrument cluster. Both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto can be used with the infotainment system. There are USB outlets located strategically throughout the cabin for charging your electronic gadgets. The front passengers can also benefit from a wireless phone charger. There is a 220V outlet in the centre row, perfect for those who need to recharge their laptops while on the go.

It also provides a sleek and spacious space for the driver.

Two passenger electric pilot chairs in the MIFA 9’s second row have massage functionality, heating and ventilation, electric splint, footrest, and six-way bilateral armrests to ensure the utmost in passenger comfort. There’s plenty of space for three adults to stretch out in the third row.

Advanced Performance and Features

Even without a roaring engine, the MIFA 9 is unstoppable on the highway. The MIFA 9’s 90 kilowatt-hour battery pack allows it to achieve a driving range of 435km, the longest in its class. The MIFA 9 can be charged from 30% to 80% with a Direct Current (DC) charger in half an hour.

The 180kW electric motor in the MIFA 9 is whisper quiet and provides instant power with 350Nm of torque. Ideal for safely transporting guests, team trips, and picking up passengers from the airport. The MIFA 9 can achieve its highest speed of 180 km/h and can get up to 100 km/h in just 9.2 seconds.

An array of security and driving assist features guarantees safety on the road.

Smart features include Normal, Power, and Eco intelligent driving modes that optimise performance based on the driver’s preferences. Ideal for adjusting to the many changes that occur in a single day.

You’ll also like the cheaper operating costs, as the vehicle will never need gas and the motor will require less repairs. You may spend less time and money on gas and repairs and more time doing what you enjoy.

Travel comfortably and in style.

It also comes with an array of security features that are designed to protect its driver and passengers. These includes the adaptive cruise control and Integrated cruise assist, lane keep assist, autonomous emergency braking system, rear cross traffic alert, a 360-degree panoramic camera and a digital rear-view mirror.

The Maxus MIFA 9 is now on display and available for test drives at the showroom of Cycle & Carriage on 239 Alexandra Road Singapore 159930.


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Marky is a travel writer and photographer. He narrates his experiences wandering the tropical paradise of the Philippines, South East Asia, Sri Lanka and India on his travel blog Nomadic Experiences.

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