The new SsangYong Korando SUV crossover receives a significant power boost for 2016, together with improved economy and reduced CO2 emissions.
It’s been a busy week in the world of diesel – to bring you upto speed, here’s the week’s news in one handy post – it’s the Diesel Car weekend round up…
With an increased payload of 1,050kg, the Korando Sports one tonne pick-up is now the most practical, comprehensively equipped and affordable pick-up in the market.
As we enter the final ’14 furlong, Diesel Car brings you this week’s news round-up, for the week of 1st – 5th December 2014.
SsangYong is the oldest and fourth largest automotive manufacturer in Korea, and its origins can be traced back to 1954. Since then it has had associations with a number of other well-known automotive brands including Mercedes-Benz, Daewoo and SAIC, which now owns MG
The Korando Sports brought a new level of refinement to the pick-up market when it was launched just over a year ago, blending the suspension, engine and cabin finesse of a passenger car, with the silhouette, space and seating for five that’s typical of a double cab, and the rugged workmanlike ability of a commercial pick-up.
Already noted for its great value, high level of equipment, space and 2 tonne towing capability – the Korando SE recently won The Caravan Club Towcar of the Year Award 2014 for vehicles under £16,000 – the car now gets a makeover inside and out, and enhanced driving refinement.
Taking a leaf out of nature’s book, SsangYong is introducing a range of very special autumnal offers, and as the leaves start to fall, so do the prices on selected Korando crossover models purchased this autumn and early winter.
SsangYong is adding a new low priced crossover model to its Korando range – the Korando SE.