Difference between Wuling Cortez CE and EX

 Wuling released New Cortez virtually on Thursday (24/3/2022). Visuals do not accept much change. Wuling's flagship MPV (Multi Purpose Vehicle) comes with more sophisticated feature updates. All are aimed at attracting market attention, especially in its segment. Currently, it has two variants, namely CE and EX. Then what are the details and differences of each model.

Difference between Wuling Cortez CE and EX

New Cortez CE and EX basically have the same body shape. They are 4,780 mm long, 1,816 mm wide and 1,755 mm high. The wheelbase is 2750mm, the front wheelbase is 1,546mm and the rear wheelbase is 1,541mm. The difference appears in the rear suspension sector, for CE to use semi-independent suspension. As for the Cortez EX, it has independent suspension.

While for safety features, both the CE and EX variants are not too much of a difference. Features such as ABS, EBD, BA, ESC, TCS, TPMS, Hill Hold Control, Electronic Parking Brake are available in both variants. The difference is that the seatbelt reminder for CE is only available in the first row. For type EX already available in all lines. Then the airbags, there are only two CE, while the EX has an additional four.

Likewise for parking sensors, the CE type is only on the back, while the EX is in the front as well. Next up is Fatigue Driving Warning, which is only available in the EX variant.

Turning to the exterior, there are several components that distinguish the CE and EX variants. For example, in the lamp section, CE is not yet LED with the auto feature. The taillights are also still bulbs. For the EX type, the wiper has been paired with a rain sensor, while the CE is not. Type CE is not equipped with chrome elements in the window line and there is no sunroof.

Wuling Cortez
Wuling Cortez

Interior, there is a difference in the AC control system which is not automatic for the CE type. In addition, the adjustment of the bench is still not electric and there is no place to store sunglasses in the CE type. The MID (Multi Information Display) screen in the EX type measures 7 inches, in the CE type it only measures 3.5 inches. In multimedia, both of them adopt a sophisticated display measuring 10.25 inches which makes it easy to access various features. However, the EX variant uses 6 speakers, while the CE only uses 4 speakers. In addition, the CE type is not equipped with lights in the cup holder (atmosphere lamp) and the steering wheel has not been covered with leather.

Fortunately, advanced features such as Wuling Indonesian Command (WIND) and Internet of Vehicle (IoV) are still embedded in both types. MyWuling+ application on smartphones, users can enjoy various functions. You can even start the engine directly from your personal device. Other advantages include locking doors, turning on air conditioning, geo-fencing and tracking the car's position.

Regarding the engine, the latest Cortez is still the same as the previous model. The DOHC DVVT 1.5 liter turbocharged engine is capable of producing 140 hp at 5,200 rpm and 250 Nm of torque at 1,600 rpm to 3,600 rpm. This engine is paired with a CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission) transmission with an 8-speed simulation which is considered more efficient.

The Wuling New Cortez is one of the cars that receives independent PPnBM subsidies from Wuling, so the price tag becomes cheaper. The New Cortez CE is priced at IDR 273,800,000, while the New Cortez EX is priced at IDR 310,650,000.

This price is the price of the Wuling PPnBM subsidy. Meanwhile, for the normal price, the New Cortez CE is priced at IDR 287,300,000, while the New Cortez EX is priced at IDR 325,650,000.


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