Our yearly review of new Korean cars usually involves covering only Hyundais and Kias, but as it was pointed out by the viewers, SsangYong brand deserves to be added to the roundup as well. Your wish is our command, dear fans, so today we will cover the entire lineup of the SsangYong Motor Company that has been in business for 66 years. Currently owned by the Indian conglomerate Mahindra they produce small but solid selection of vehicles with competitive prices and a proven record.
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#1 2020 SsangYong Tivoli
Despite the fact that a subcompact crossover segment was basically created in the European marketing lab, it is one of the hottest segments in the industry today. The freshly facelifted Tivoli could become a new ace in SsangYong’s lineup.
#2 2020 SsangYong Korando
On the market since 1983, Ssang Yong Korando entered its 4th generation in 2019, while this year the company, introduced a new fuel petrol/LPG powertrain and added new interior tech.
#3 2021 SsangYong Musso
Fully redesigned in 2018, the Musso truck starts the new model year by refreshing all of its 4 trims and adding a new long-wheelbase version. The pickup adopts the novel front fascia design, seen in other models from the company, and gets revised DRLs and fog lamps.
#4 2020 SsangYong Rexton
The largest SUV in SsangYong’s lineup entered its current generation in 2017, sitting on a new platform, getting a revamped engine range, and sporting a revamped exterior inspired by the LIV1 and 2 concepts. In 2020, the company redesigns the Rexton once again: you will notice the all-new grille design, LED lighting, and the 18-inch wheels option.
#5 2018 SsangYong e-SIV Concept
The latest time we saw their work in progress was the 2018 presentation of the e-SIV EV that technically, should be arriving as a production model in 2021. Rumored as a zero emission version of the Korando.