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2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review

2008 SsangYong Stavic SV270 SPR Review & Road Test

If you’re more of a features person, Stavic may suit you down to the ground

Model Tested:

  • 2008 SsangYong Stavic SV270 SPR 2.7 Xdi Automatic – $39,990 (RRP)

Full of Features, Smooth Auto Transmission, Roomy second Row
Awkward Appearance, Rough and Noisy Ride, Quality Issues

CarAdvice Rating:

- by Matt Brogan

2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review

SsangYong proudly announces the latest version of the Stavic as a luxurious yet affordable large sized MPV, and if you were to take the extensive feature list purely on face value then you’d have to agree it’s a sweet deal for the price. But is it really such a bargain, or does the age old adage of getting what you pay for still ring true?

To kick things off, let’s tackle the big one, the not too delicate matter of Stavics’ polarising looks. With large headlights and somewhat classy chrome grille the Mercedes influenced front end is almost bearable in isolation, and if you were to see the car solely from the front you could almost be forgiven for thinking it’s quite smart to look at. But start to get a little profile in to the picture, or worse still wander round the back, and everything just becomes a little Pablo Picasso.

And by Picasso I don’t mean that classy little French number either, I mean the having ears where your nose should be kind of Picasso.

The rear window is of particular intrigue, almost seeming like a wedge of glass has been sat atop the curved rear window to form a wagon. It’s a bizarre design but not only does it make for a peculiar exterior, it also deprives the rear passengers from seeing out while at the same time hindering the driver’s blind spot.

2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review

So fair enough then, it’s not the prettiest of transport, but unfortunately once inside, things aren’t a great deal better. The ‘pleather’ (plastic leather) trimmed seats have quite a strong odour and the layout whilst seemingly generous lacks headroom in the third row seats.

Luggage space is disappointing considering the overall size of the vehicle too and I think that if you were to head away with seven people and their gear for even a weekend then you’d struggle to find a place for it all.

Driver and passenger seats are rather difficult to get in and out of because there are no grab handles on offer and the seat pad is above the height of an adult’s hip. Short folks, like myself, may find entry and egress quite an aerobic feat. Hardly luxurious.

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The centrally mounted instrumentation display appears cheap and suffers inaccuracy due to parallax error. Furthermore its vivid green back lighting cannot be dimmed at night which makes for a disconcerting glow in your peripheral vision.

2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review

The park brake is a foot operated ratchet type deal and has the unfortunate propensity of being at shin level when in the released position so the natural instinct is to raise your knee and rest your foot flat underneath you. That’s fine until you want a drink but it’s then you realise your knee strikes the retractable cup holder, so you can’t win either way.

But for all the downsides surely the state of the art common rail turbo diesel engine must provide some relief, or at least decent fuel economy right?

Powering Stavic is a 2.7-litre, five-cylinder, turbo diesel that manages a mediocre 121kW at 4000rpm and lifeless 340Nm from 1800 revs. The delivery is loud, quite rough and sends a strong vibration through the cabin, especially when fully loaded – as if the existing plastic rattles weren’t enough.

On the upside SsangYong’s five-speed T-Tronic transmission does manage a respectable job of shifting smoothly and when left in auto mode, is clean of shift and quick to respond, without doubt the highlight of the vehicle. It also manages to remember your driving style and adjusts the shift points accordingly and through the use of a lock-up torque converter wastes little of the available power.

2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review

Sadly though it can do nothing to recover the fuel economy figures which although claimed to be 8.7-litres per 100km combined, were in reality a shocking 18.6 litres average round town and 10.0 on the open road (seven people on board – no luggage).

Performance isn’t exactly a strong point for the tubby Stavic and though you don’t expect an MPV to be a rocket ship, getting from 0-100km/h took a leisurely 15.1 seconds. There’s a noticeable turbo lag from standstill and overtaking is a considered challenge though not a highly recommended one given the vehicle’s lack of stability at speed.

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Dual wishbone front end and ten point multi-link rear suspension is rather stiffly sprung affair and seemingly counteractive to the rigid chassis. It’s hard to file smoothly through corners without rear end drift and the extended ratio rack and pinion steering does little to sharpen response.

Braking is quite decent thankfully and perhaps surprisingly the pedal feel is not too shabby. The ABS is well calibrated to the Stavic’s considerable mass and with EBD on board you can manage a rather hasty stop if need be, even in the wet.

2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review

The ESP too is quite well sorted and is neither overly sustained nor brutal in its approach to sorting your directional control, meaning you can still maintain momentum rather than being brought to a complete halt before setting off again.

So, back to that extensive feature list I mentioned, for $40,000 even I have to admit, it isn’t all bad. Electric tilt/slide glass sunroof, roof rails, AM/FM cassette (raises eyebrows) and single CD player, heated electric folding mirrors, power windows, cruise control, eight-way adjustable power driver’s seat with memory, front seat heaters, reversing sensors, tilt adjustable steering wheel with audio controls and auto shifter buttons, dual-zone climate control with rear heater outlets, remote central locking with alarm, 16-inch alloy wheels, front and rear mud flaps, roof spoiler with integrated stop light, front fog lamps, and dusk sensing adjustable head lights.

Curiously some of these features whilst good on the outset are a little flawed in execution. Take for example the speed activated locks. Although common place in many cars these days, on Stavic they don’t activate until 60km/h. So close to home I managed to drive all the way to the shops (50km/h zone), stop at several intersections, park and jump out, all without the feature having activated.

Then there’s the heated element under the wipers to prevent icing to the windscreen on cold nights. Great idea, but the passenger side wiper doesn’t park low enough to actually reach the element’s range. And finally the seat heaters, which don’t appear to have any thermostatic control or adjustment in setting which means that after 20 minutes your rear end resembles human crackling.

2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review
2008 SsangYong Stavic Review

Keeping you safe are dual front airbags, ESP, traction control and ABS with Electronic Brake Force Distribution, though side and curtain airbags don’t make the list, even as an option. But perhaps of most concern I was unable to find an ANCAP or Euro NCAP rating with even the NHTSA listing the crash test as ‘not available’.

So as you can see it’s not all doom and gloom, and at $5700 a seat it’s not a bad deal for the price. People who are keen on their features may be drawn to the array on offer but for me personally I just can’t get past the in your face looks, never ending rattles and miserable resale.

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Specifications:

  • Engine: 2696cc DOHC five-cylinder (20 valve)
  • Induction: Common Rail & Turbo Charged
  • Power: 121kW @ 4000rpm
  • Torque: 340Nm @ 1800rpm
  • Transmission: Five-Speed Automatic
  • Brakes: Four-Wheel Disc with ABS & EBD
  • Driven Wheels: Rear
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 80 litres
  • Fuel Consumption: 8.7-litres/100km (ADR)
  • Safety: ESP; Dual Front Airbags; TCS
  • Service Interval: 6 month/10,000km
  • Spare Wheel: 16-inch Steel
  • Turning Circle: 11.2 metres
  • Towing Capacity: 2500kg (Braked)
  • Warranty: 3 year/100,000km
  • Weight: 2034kg (Tare)
  • Wheels: Alloy 16-inch

Road Test the Rivals:


  • http://www.geardiary.com Mitchell Oke

    If the hideous looks weren’t bad enough, 18.6L/100km around town???? That’s just insane!

    Guess it really is as rotten underneath as it looks.

  • http://www.geardiary.com Mitchell Oke

    Oh and Matt, well done for having the guts to drive it around :P

  • Myke

    This thing is huge, it makes the alloys look like they are only about 13 inches big.

  • Carl

    YUK!!!!…..I sat in one at the Sydney motor show last year and the wife liked the interior space BUT i had to be firm and told her that i couldn’t get past the rear end and it was never going to happen!

  • http://www.AUSringers.com Liam

    Conragtulations Ssangyong, you have given the world the ugliest vehicle EVER!

  • Austin

    I love reading reviews of these kinds of cars, they are nice and entertaining, then you wonder who actually tested the vehicle and went “Yep, this is great, well finished, let’s build it”…

  • Andy

    “And by Picasso I don’t mean that classy little French number either, I mean the having ears where your nose should be kind of Picasso.”

    Im still catching my breath afta this little pearl.

  • SamR

    This is one of those cars that stops you in your tracks, in this case in a bad way.

    I was walking past one a while ago with a friend and we both stopped and commented on how ugly it was. The whole back end does not work.

    What were they thinking? a fastback van with a last minute change to wagon? WTF happened?

  • topdog

    This would have to be the most shocking thing ive ever seen would be good for scrap metal

  • o

    well we all know wherer the X^ came fromnow bmw just removed the rear window.BUt still it looks even worse as a yellow cab its orange .My eyes were soiled

  • Captain Mainwaring

    There is a need for two vehicles to clearly delineate the lower and upper levels (respectively) of taste and discernment in the market. Thank you Ssangyong, for providing the unarguable, undisputed, all bells and whistles answer to one of the extremes. But did you have to be so blatant? This is like coming last in the 100 metres sprint by a margin of half an hour.

  • jeremy

    can anyone think of a worse looking car? mmmmm…… , na. makes the AU falcon look sexy.

  • Pablo

    Gotta question the fuel consumption…18.6L/100km??
    Surely that can’t be right for a diesel. Sounds like the fuel consumption of a 3 tonne truck.

  • c1ockwork

    ‘Polarising looks’? Very diplomatically put. Hands up all those that are for the looks of the, um, vehicle…

    *crickets*

    Thought so – not so polarising…

    18.6L/100kms around town? AHAHAHAHAAAA!

  • Mike Hunt

    Ha! Wonder if we will see any of these around with Mercedes badges on them! I love to laught at those people…”Ah Sir, what model benz is that?” *Smiles back*

  • ibam

    @ mike – there is a sy chairman running around brisbane with mercedes badges on them. the mercedes chairman! *vomits*

    yeah yellow & black & white seem to love them, i see alot and have even had the misfortune of riding in one to the valley one night.

  • si1982

    18.6L far out!!! thats horrible for a diesel

  • Matt

    Hi Pablo,

    Yeah I know it’s hard to believe, I thought I’d miscalculated but no, 18.6 was the average of two tanks filled the driven around town. AC was on and a few blokes on board just to make it fair, but my driving was far from excessive. The car also have a few thousand on the odo so it was run in. I thought it may have been leaking fuel at first but no. Not a good one from an economy stand point.

    Cheers Matt.

  • Golfschwein

    Okay, fresh from the Peugeot 308 wagon post where most folks were crying foul over its looks to this, what are you gonna take, guys?

    Peugeot 308 or this?
    Peugeot 308 or this?
    Peugeot 308 or this?

    The Peugeot 308!

  • Pablo

    Thanks for confirming the 18.6 Matt.
    Can you think of another car tested recently that has returned similar consumption around town?
    What does a petrol Landcruiser or Patrol return?

  • Fenno

    What a shocker.
    I was going to say that the only thing these are good for are maxi-taxi’s but even that seems too good a fate for such dross.
    Second hand ones will make great Mount Druitt/Woodridge people-movers I guess.

  • http://www.geardiary.com Mitchell Oke

    Here’s an idea: Buy two compact sedans (eg. Lancer, Mazda 3) for $20k each, and combined they will have more seats and better fuel consumption!

    They may not have plastic seats or polarising looks, but it would be cheaper to run, and less embarrassing :P

  • Reckless1

    Style wise, it’s fine from the grille to the B Pillar, far better than the Peugeot 308 – well, any current peugeot.

    From there back, and internally, it’s the worst thing on the planet.

    But be a little kind – when Toyota puts the speedo in the middle, all the TPs of this forum love it, but when Ssangyong does it, it’s suddenly hideous. Just for clarification – it’s hideous whoever does it.

    If it was a Camry returning such an abysmal fuel figure, it would be explained by the vehicle having some sort of technical fault on the individual car.

    Third car in a week to get a FAIL – 2 Koreans and a French.

  • Jimbo

    I just don’t see it? This is the most ugly car on the planet. And to me the 308 looks fresh, interesting and perhaps even beautiful.
    Hmmmm…..it may be that I’m just a little odd, but I would consider buying a 308 but this car makes me sick just a little in the back of my throat.

    What blows me away even more is that I have seen 3 of these on the road???? That’s 3 people who have actually parted with their hard earned for this hideous, fuel guzzling disaster on wheels??????????????????
    If it was a brilliant car I could understand but…….?

  • Jimbo

    Anyway a 308 hatch – Brilliant, a 308 touring – Brilliant, a 308 touring as a 7 seat people mover however – Not so brilliant.
    SsangYong Savic – Road kill on wheels.

    Citroen C4 Picasso – The Savic’s actual direct French competitor is a brilliant car that is available for the same price in a diesel. And Sh**s all over this car

  • WVB

    how old is this design now?
    i remember this model shape at a motor show a few years back now and it sure stop me in my tracks! yikes!
    surely ssanyong are either deaf or the buyers are blind!!

  • Technofreak

    I always burst into laughter when I see someone who actually bought one of these sinfully ugly buckets….lol!!

  • Bret

    Jeremy, yep I agree that this may even make the VN commie vissually passable, but fails dismally to make it sexy.

  • greenroom

    Jeez. What a feral looking bucket! How could any CEO say “yep, tool up and build it” That’s gotta be instant dismissal material. I hope the board give the CEO one as a parting gift!

  • DA

    Looks like a Dog r..ting a football!

  • Mike

    I have to agree with previous posters, the Stavic is the ugliest car on the road, especially from the rear. It looks like a smaller car has been shoved into the back of a bigger one. The front view isn’t too bad, reminds me of the import Toyota Mark II. As for the fuel economy, there was something badly wrong with the test car- I own a Rexton with the same engine and gearbox as the Stavic and despite being weightier (and usually heavily laden) my Ssangyong has averaged 10.1 litres/100km over 33,000km from new. Our rural speed limit is 110km/hr, too, and this is what I usually sit on.

    As for the Mercedes connection, it’s my understanding that the 5-cylinder diesel engine blocks and pistons are made in Merc’s South African factory, and the 5-speed auto boxes are made in Germany.

  • greenroom

    ^DA. That’s an unusual way of describing it… but now that you mention it….. Are you an engineer per chance?

  • andy01

    what a heap of crap… SsangYong your products are a disgrace. I agree with technofreak these reviews give everybody a laugh at this car builders expense.
    Still they deserve it. Just look at that rear!!!!

  • o

    Bet it sells in droves in the middle east.THe land of golden camrys lol.

    Who could design this thing seriously it is the ugliest car ever made.

  • realcars

    I see one of these and I want to Stavic myself!

  • realcars

    Could cut that funny bit on the back off with an angle grinder and it would look ok.

    Got to be something wrong with the demo to get that fuel consumption. Know a guy with a Diesel Rexton and uses half that.

  • greenroom

    Realcars, why would you waste a perfectly good cutting disc on it. If you just left it near the beach, it would just rust away for nix. Or, if you sent it to a chook farm, it would make a perfectly good chicken coop.

  • Foggy

    Someone in one of the forums I visit posted a pic of a Ssangyong with very large stickers on the rear window, it said:

    “God created sh!t, Ssangyong made it move”

  • realcars

    Perhaps Hyundai should buy Ssangyong and put the Stavic out of it’s misery?

    What sort of a name is Stavic?

  • realcars

    One day all cars will look like this.LOL.

  • Mike

    Andy01:
    Ssangyong cars are a “disgrace” because they make one ugly model? By the same criterion Ford are a disgrace because they came up with the AU Falcon.

    The Rexton is a good looking car, not dissimilar to the Mercedes M-Class to which it is related. Technically, it’s a very good car with only annoying details like lack of storage space and dowdy interior (the latter common to many cars of late, with dark, oppressive and heat absorbing fabrics) letting it down. The Ford Mondeo (an otherwise excellent car) is a case in point.

    A couple of years ago when the Rexton II was released there were very few medium-sized automatic diesel 4WDs available. There are very few diesel people-movers available even now.

  • Carl

    Mike……give us all a break mate!

    This thing is not the only Ssangyong that is hideous, have you seen the twin cab Ute??????????

    WTF happened to the front end of that thing???? You obviously have the toughest job in the world……trying to sell Ssangyongs!

  • Duck

    Anti Spam Word is Buick. First thing that comes to mind is the strong duarable and relaible 3.8 Litre Buick Engine, that powered the commodore from VN – VY.

    By just looking at the pictures you can tell there is quality issues and by the SsangYongs ugly, blindig looks you can tell it will have bad resale.

  • Mike

    Carl, I’m not trying to sell Ssangyongs. The Rexton wasn’t even my first choice, it was the Sorento, which wasn’t available in diesel at the time my lease commenced.

    As for the Sport ute, yes, it has an ugly front, but would be my choice for a light-duty ute given its excellent price and economical 2.0 litre motor. In fact I asked for one to replace the work Hilux ute but the lease company doesn’t allow Ssangyongs (nor Mazdas, so the BT-50 was out).

  • FINGY

    What the hell are you guys talking about,
    I own a stavic and its the best car i ever had, with a family of 8 it moves us around with ease.
    Well fuel consumption, we easily get 8.7 round town well on a trip 1,000 ks plus on a tank, goes like a rocket and handles like a dream.
    Dont knock something you know nothing about, well done STAVIC

  • Dave

    wow not to many good comments on it this is my second stavic highly impressed with it traveled from WA to SA 800km a tank and around town i fill up when the fuel light comes on which is around the 70ltr mark and just about every time i have done 550km or more which if my calculations are right that works out to 12.72litres per 100km and this is with the 4×4 version which i presume is a little heavier and i get 800km on the highway yes it is quite strange to look at just to add a comment on the luggage room my partner and i have 3 kids aged from 1 to 6 so quite a bit of luggage when we go away and we have quite sufficient room and on the power yes it has turbo lag down bottom but for overtaking wow she fly’s by the time you have passed a road train you are pretty much passed him in a few seconds so apart from looks i think this review has been very exaggerated 18.6ks per 100 what a joke guess you learn to calculate or ask someone to do it for you

  • Mark

    I own a 2008 Stavic. I took it to Dubbo with my family of 5. Great drive!!! As for the 18.6l/100Km What a crock!! We’re getting 600-700Km a tank out of ours. The country drive from Sydney to Dubbo gave us 450Km on half a tank. Hating the looks is one thing, allowing it to cloud your judgement elsewhere is another. The fact is I bought it for $32,500 drive away 2nd hand. The kids love it!!I tried to convince them to change our Ssangyongs for 2 Hyundai Imax’s. They wouldn’t budge. I don’t know guys wouldn’t it be boring if all we had in the world were boxes invented by people with the same forsight as the inventors of the square.Most Ssangyong owners I know are passionate about there car, why because despite the looks it actually delivers!!!

  • Mariusz

    I own Stavic for last 3 years.
    Weight – almost 2500kg – when empty
    Motorway – 8.5 l /100km
    Sydney city driving – 11.2 l/100km,

    I love this Car ( i have own in the past – Toyota, Mithsubishi, Renaut, Fiat, BMW, Cadillac ).

    I wonder why Ssangyong has in general very positive car reviews abroad but only negative in Australia???

  • stifler

    Cant comment on the fuel consumption, i have never and will never own one. but i can comment on the remarkable hideous looks. Man,where do they get those ideas/designs from? Homer Simpson? Does this vehicle come with a rope? or a mask at least? The back looks like someone rammed a fridge up its behind. I may not be a qualified car designer but i think i can come up with a better looking exterior for this car. Id even do it for free just to save peoples eyes from looking at it and cringe.

    mercy on your soul

  • http://www.carsanook.com Carsanook

    In Thailand this super van is called Stavic. In arctic white (metallic) it certainly has the looks. In latin America it is called Rodius. I like the big block ‘Benz’ diesel with lots of pulling power. Read my review in http://www.carsanook.com Bangko-Nakhon Sawan.

    John Koistinen-Lindgren

  • nick

    If you take away the rear glass thing, it looks exactly the same as a BMW X6

  • Byron

    Haha the whole car was supposed to capture the design of a “luxury yacht.” Bahahaha, that rear end is hideous. No wonder Wheels quotes is as: “Has a face like burn’t thong” More like the rear end as the front end doesn’t look too bad, but overall “computer says “NO.”

  • Dennis

    Its a funny thing, but despite all the comments by the non-owners, once you own a Stavic and get used to it you wonder why non-owners rubbish it as you find yourself liking it more and more.

    My Stavic has constanly returned fuel figures of around 9.5ltr/100km average for mixed driving/ towing etc. I can’t imagine how the writer could have got 18.6 as even when towing a heavy load at speed I only used 13/100..I’d have to think there was something wrong with the test unit.

    I love the fact its a diesel rear wheel drive and it does handle well, much better then most vans/people movers available. It may not be the fastest thing off the line, but once moving with the turbo spining it can move very well and is very good for instance at overtaking which is more then can be said of almost all of the other people movers.

    Looks are like anything else, whats in today can be out tomorrow and vise vera. I have had quite a few people (strangers) comment that my Stavic looks nice so obviously there are different views and to a large extent it depends on what you have been exposed to – certainly it seems anyone who has anything to do with a Stavic for any length of time dosn’t find it ugly. Over in europe where there is a much larger range of vechiles and styles the Stavic (known as the Rodius there) does quite well.

    I’m just in the process of buying my second Stavic, the first having saved ny familys life in a horrific high speed side impact collision that usually results in death or permenant disability. The so called ugly ducking has well proved to be the elegant swan as far as we are concerned.

  • Micky G

    We are Stavic owners and sure, we agree it doesnt look great. We were looking for a people mover for 2 parents and 5 kids and this was the only vehicle under $40K which could fit us all AND 5 school bags in. The Tarago was no better, and it was a lot more expensive. The only real comparison at the time was the Voyager for a whole lot more money. We’ve had our Stavic for 3 years and we get 10-10.5l/100k around town, and down to 8-9 if we do some kms on the highway. You barely notice a trailer when you are towing. We have holidayed for a week with the 7 of us and bags inside the car so its got lots of storage room. The back seat is fully removable when you need to carry something and the space then is as big as our trailer. The visability could be better, and it is becoming hard to find spare parts, but we still do not regret buying one.

  • http://facebook aman

    alaaaaaaaaaaa…….

  • James

    Bloody chinese import of the Kia Carnival, who else thinks it looks like a Kia or a Nissan.

  • Juzzapp

    Absolutely hilarious review, 90% of criticisms just plain wrong. I know, he was dreaming he test drove the Stavic and then made stuff up because that’s the reviewers popular thing to do when the supposed crappy car outperforms its competitors inc price.

    As a Stavic owner of 3 years I will never buy another brand people mover again. Those that actually have a Stavic, love and defend them, that says something. Those that assume and believe rubbish reviews will always be in the dark. Keep laughing doubters, it’s us in a Stavic laughing right back at you.

    To think I was going to drop $70k on an equivalent Tarago makes me shudder. People have died in a Carnival when it caught fire and the sliding door stuck shut. No sliding doors for us thanks.

    For those considering a people mover, ignore the sport car reviewers and check it out for yourself, you won’t be disappointed.

Ssangyong Stavic Specs

SPR 2.7 Xdi : 2.7L DIESEL TURBO F/INJ - 5 SP AUTOMATIC - 4D WAGON
Car Details
Make
SSANGYONG
Model
STAVIC
Variant
SPR 2.7 Xdi
Series
A100 08 UPGRADE
Year
2008
Body Type
4D WAGON
Seats
7
Engine Specifications
Engine Type
DIESEL TURBO F/INJ
Engine Size
2.7L
Cylinders
DIESEL TURBO 5
Max. Torque
340Nm @  1800rpm
Max. Power
121kW @  4000rpm
Pwr:Wgt Ratio
59.5W/kg
Bore & Stroke
86.2x92.4mm
Compression Ratio
18.0
Valve Gear
DUAL OVERHEAD CAM
Drivetrain Specifications
Transmission
5 SP AUTOMATIC
Drive Type
REAR WHEEL DRIVE
Final Drive Ratio
0
Fuel Specifications
Fuel Type
DIESEL
Fuel Tank Capacity
0
Fuel Consumption (Combined)
8.7L / 100km
Weight & Measurement
Kerb Weight
2034
Gross Vehicle Weight
Not Provided
Height
1820mm
Length
5220mm
Width
1915mm
Ground Clearance
182mm
Towing Capacity
Brake:2500  Unbrake:750
Steering & Suspension
Steering Type
RACK & PINION - POWER ASSISTED
Turning Circle
0
Front Rim Size
6.5x16
Rear Rim Size
6.5x16
Front Tyres
225/65 R16
Rear Tyres
225/65 R16
Wheel Base
3000
Front Track
1590
Rear Track
1580
Front Brakes
DISC - VENTILATED
Rear Brakes
DISC - VENTILATED
Standard Features
Comfort
Automatic Air Con / Climate Control, Heated Front Seats, Power front seat Driver, Power Sunroof
Control & Handling
16 Inch Alloy Wheels, Electronic Brake Force Distribution, Electronic Stability Program
Driver
Cruise Control, Leather Steering Wheel, Parking Distance Control, Power Steering
Entertainment
Radio CD with 6 Speakers
Exterior
Power Mirrors, Roof Racks, Rear Spoiler
Interior
Leather Upholstery, Power Windows
Safety
Dual Airbag Package, Anti-lock Braking, Seatbelts - Pre-tensioners Front Seats
Security
Alarm System/Remote Anti Theft, Central Locking Remote Control, Engine Immobiliser
Other
Service Interval
12 months /  20,000 kms
Warranty
36 months /  100,000 kms
VIN Plate Location
10-P-16
Country of Origin
KOREA