Archive for the ‘ SsangYong ’ Category
Feeling particularly generous this winter, Korean car maker SsangYong announced they are offering the British owners of the SsangYong Tivoli 4×4 and 4×4 XLV, on EX and ELX diesel models, a bunch of free upgrades. The package includes a number of comfort and convenience features and represents a saving of £1,250.
The last and most important of SsangYong SUV concepts have been officially revealed at the Paris Motor Show, heralding according to the manufacturer, “a new design language and future product development strategy for the brand.” SsangYong LIV-2, as it’s called, is expected to be announced as a production model some time in 2017.
Not that anyone really cares about SsangYong concepts, but it has become sort of a tradition for the Korean automaker to turn up at major European events each year with one or two concept SUVs that will never be produced. So here’s this year’s offering, the SsangYong LIV-2 concept, all set for its Paris Motor […]
The value-packed SsangYong Tivoli XLV is now ready to hit the UK roads as the compact SUV goes on sale nation-wide, starting at £18,250. This model comes with an extended body that is 238mm longer behind the C-pillar, giving you a cargo room of 720 cubic liters. It also looks bulkier and tougher than the […]
Even though it’s a neither-here-nor-there sort of car made by a largely unknown Korean car maker, we quite like the SsangYong Tivoli. It’s a cheap and funky crossover and from what we’re hearing it delivers good value and quality as well. Now there is a new version with an extended body.
Ready to hit the showrooms across the United Kingdom this summer, the new Korean crossover SsangYong Tivoli received its price tag and it’s a fairly light one. Starting from just £12,950 the Tivoli offers what one may call crossovering on the cheap, with a bit of style.
Korean car maker SsangYong unveiled today their brand-new Tivoli crossover in South Korea. Pitched as a European-style compact SUV, and named after an Italian town near Rome, SsangYong Tivoli is the first new model to be launched following the merger of SsangYong and Mahindra & Mahindra.
What you see here is, probably, an ingenious idea. Korean car maker SsangYong wanted to make a light commercial vehicle (LCV), but instead of making a van, they just stripped the Rexton SUV off its rear seats and trims. How cool is that!
Optimistic Korean automaker SsangYong is still hoping to make it into the big leagues in Europe the same way Kia and Hyundai did. This is what they are proposing to continue their efforts with, the SsangYong Tivoli crossover, slated to mid-2015 launch.
This is SsangYong XLV Concept, and like all the other concept cars they brought to the Geneva Motor Show over the past few years, it is a B-segment SUV. The Korean car is still not sure what makes a good crossover, because if they were, they’d produce one of these concepts. Funny thing is, they […]
Korean car maker SsangYong is desperately trying to become the next Hyundai, and in their quest they keep making fancy concepts and bring them to the Geneva Motor Show each year. They are so caught up in this concept game they’ve forgotten they need to produce some of these concepts and sell them to make […]
Korean auto maker SsangYong announced a new version of their Rexton SUV for the British market. It’s called the SsangYong Rexton W, and they say if offers what those high-end European 7-seat off-roaders offer at a fraction of the cost.
SsangYong announced a major price cut for the Korando range in the UK, slashing up to £3,000 off the base price of selected models. They say the ‘Fall’ in Korando’s prices is inspired by autumn, and has nothing to do with terrible sales figures whatsoever.
The new SsangYong Turismo MPV hits the UK showrooms boasting more liters per pound than all of its rival. It needs to offer good value, because a lot of people are still horrified when they remember the looks of this car’s predecessor, the awful Rodius. They changed the name of the car to try and […]
The Korando has always been the most tolerable member of SsangYong family. Well, the first generation was a bit horrific, but the latest model has a very nice design. Now the Korean car maker has released a facelifted version of the Korando in KDM, and it’s become even better.