The GAC GS3 is a subcompact crossover from GAC Motor, aimed to contest the segment’s growing population in the Philippines. It combines the inherent sporty design of crossovers with the classiness that’s observed with GAC cars. It's based on the GA3 sedan that's yet to enter the Philippine market. Design-wise, the GAC GS3 follows the styling of other GAC cars, particularly the bigger GS4. The wide chrome grille flanks the fascia, connecting both sweptback headlamps with sharp LED daytime running lights. In profile, the GS3 is characterized by a floating C-pillar design. At the rear, the GS3 looks distinctive with its LED taillights in the form of an infinity sign.
Inside, the GS3 has a seamless layout with buttons and knobs that are easy to familiarize with. There are two engine options available for the GS3 in the Philippines: the naturally-aspirated 1.5-liter and the turbocharged 1.3-liter – both gasoline and sending power to the front wheels via a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The GAC GS3 doesn’t come lackluster with technology and convenience features, especially with its top-spec offering. It has an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment at the center of the dashboard, which houses the display of the wide-angle rearview camera. Smart keyless entry with push-start ignition is also standard for the range-topper, along with cruise control, automatic climate control with negative ion air filer, rear-row USB charging ports, electronic parking brake with brake hold, and power-folding side mirrors. The lower variant, on the other hand, gets fewer tech features but at a lower price point.
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