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2013 Ssangyong Stavic Review

New-gen Stavic is easier on the eye and comes with an even more attractive price tag to try and woo budget-conscious families.

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...

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Ssangyong Stavic: second-gen seven-seater for $29,990 driveaway

The new Ssangyong Stavic has arrived in Australia priced at $29,990 driveaway, making it one of the country's cheapest seven-seat MPVs. The rear-wheel-drive Ssangyong Stavic costs $5500 less than the diesel-powered Holden Captiva 7 SUV, which has five permanent seats and two temporary seats in the rear, and $9000 less than the entry-level Kia Grand Carnival, which is technically an eight-seater but features only a lap seatbelt in the second-row middle position...

Ssangyong Stavic: 11-seat people-mover revealed

The wraps have come off the new 11-seat Ssangyong Stavic, with the freshly styled people-mover making its international debut in its home market of South Korea. Teased in a set of sketches late last month, the second-generation Ssangyong Stavic takes massive strides forward in design, with the original car’s bloated styling superseded by hard edges and tight lines, creating a more assertive character...

Ssangyong Stavic: first look at sharper second-gen people-mover

The first official sketches of the all-new Ssangyong Stavic have been released ahead of the second-generation Korean people-mover's impending unveiling. Set to launch internationally early this year, the new Stavic benefits from a design overhaul that sees the seven-seater shake the “world’s ugliest car” tag of the outgoing first-gen for a sharper, more confident look...

Ssangyong Australia cuts price of Kyron, Rexton, Stavic

Ssangyong Australia is offering big savings on a number of its cars from now until the end of the year. Prices of the Kyron, Rexton and Stavic base models (those equipped with the five-speed manual transmission) are down by up to $6588. The Ssangyong Stavic people mover enjoys the biggest savings...

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