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Ssangyong Stavic

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2013 Ssangyong Stavic Review
  • Excellent value; generous space for all seven passengers; flexible seating; massive load space; decent diesel; improved styling
  • Size of storage spaces; seat comfort could be better; no airbags for rear passengers; cumbersome handling; speedo positioning; cost-cutting signs in interior

OUR RATING
6 / 10

Price $29,990 ANCAP Rating N/A

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