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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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2014 Ssangyong Stavic recalled for front shock absorber fix

The 2014 Ssangyong Stavic has been recalled by local distributor Ateco Automotive, over concerns 113 vehicles could be fitted with faulty front shock absorbers. According to the notice issued this week, affected vehicles could have shock absorbers that become damaged if driven in specific "extreme" conditions for extended periods of time...

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the second-generation Ssangyong Stavic takes massive strides forward in design, with the original car’s bloated styling superseded by hard edges and tight lines, creating a more assertive character...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...

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