SsangYong's Turismo offers impressive value in the largest segment of the MPV market. Now it gets an upgraded 2.2-litre Euro6 diesel engine and more up-to-date transmission for more efficient returns. The experts at Car & Driving check it out.
SsangYong treads new ground with its compact crossover, the Tivoli. Andy Enright reports.
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SsangYong's seven-seat Rexton proved that a big, rugged 4x4 needn't be prohibitively expensive. The improved 2.2-litre diesel version only reinforces that point. Jonathan Crouch reports.
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It's about time that someone designed a pick-up that makes sense primarily for tarmac use. Yet one that's still tough enough to tackle the rough stuff. SsangYong claims to have created just that in the form of this improved Korando Sports pick-up with its greater one tonne payload. Jonathan Crouch tries it.
SsangYong's Korando spawns a commercial version in the shape of the budget CS model. Andy Enright reports.
SsangYong has taken great strides forward with its latest Korando, but is it enough to make people buy it? Andy Enright reports on variant most will choose, the 149PS diesel all-wheel drive SE4.
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SsangYong's Korando gets a major shot in the arm with the introduction of a pokier 2.2-litre diesel engine that's cleaner, more powerful and more frugal. Is it enough to allow this model to make the grade in a tough marketplace? Jonathan Crouch reports.
SsangYong's seven-seat Rexton W celebrates the Korean company's 60th anniversary with a special edition. Andy Enright takes a look.
SsangYong's celebrating it 60th anniversary with a special edition Korando. Andy Enright wonders if it'll manage to blow all the candles out.
SsangYong's seven-seat Rexton proved that a big, rugged 4x4 needn't be prohibitively expensive. The improved W version only reinforces that point. Jonathan Crouch reports.
SsangYong's Rodius used to be a shoo-in for Britain's ungainliest car. Its successor, the Turismo, looks a whole lot tidier and has been comprehensively modernised. Andy Enright reports.
SsangYong's largest 4x4 provides big-car space for small-car prices, but how does it convert into a van? Matt Low reports.
In the shape of the Korando CSX, SsangYong brings us a light commercial that presents a genuine alternative to the mainstream. You get a good-looking LCV with four-wheel drive when needed for the same price as you'd pay for something 2WD and more conventional. What's not to like? Andy Enright reports.
It's about time that someone designed a pick-up that makes sense primarily for tarmac use. Yet one that's still tough enough to tackle the rough stuff. SsangYong claims to have created just that in the form of this improved Korando Sports pick-up with its greater towing capacity and lower pricing. Jonathan Crouch tries it.
If you're looking for a compact lifestyle SUV or Crossover-type model with diesel power, then you're looking at spending £20,000 or more right? Wrong. Ssangyong's Korando in 2.0-litre diesel SE form proves just how much £15,000 will buy you if you shop carefully in this segment. Jonathan Crouch checks it out.
SsangYong's Rodius certainly creates a stir. If you're fed up with bland MPVs, this will certainly generate comment. Andy Enright reports on the latest 2.0L engine version
SsangYong has quietly established a reputation for building 4x4s that are rough, tough and plenty cheap enough. Andy Enright reports on the latest Rexton II.