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Ssangyong confirms seven-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty

That's right folks, there's another member of the seven-year warranty gang. And, it's another Korean. While spilling some details about its upcoming new range of vehicles, including the Musso, Rexton and Tivoli, Ssangyong has confirmed it will offer a seven-year warranty across its range. But wait, there's more: it's unlimited kilometres...

Ssangyong Rexton DKR to tackle 2019 Dakar Rally

The Ssangyong Rexton DKR has been unveiled a month before it enters the 2019 Dakar Rally. Apart from the badges and doors, the Rexton DKR seems to share very little with the showroom-ready Rexton. The race car's body is welded to a chrome-molybdenum multi-tubular chassis. The Rexton DKR is powered by a V8 petrol engine generating around 335kW of power...

Ssangyong bringing local suspension tune to Australia in 2019

At the launch of the new range of Musso, Rexton and Tivoli models in country Victoria, Ssangyong has confirmed it will soon be undertaking the investment of a localised suspension tune for Australia, across its line-up. It’s going to start with the Musso 4WD ute, which will be entering the highly competitive 4WD ute segment in 2019...

Ssangyong: Australian plans detailed

The paint is barely dry on its dealer signs, but Ssangyong is already looking to expand its model range in Australia, detailing plans to bring the long-tray dual-cab Musso ute, mid-sized Korando SUV and facelifted Tivoli to our shores next year. Speaking with CarAdvice in Melbourne, Andrew Ellis, local Ssangyong communications boss, offered the lowdown on what's to come in 2019 for the factory-backed operation...

2019 Ssangyong Tivoli, Tivoli XLV priced from $23,490

Ssangyong Australia has detailed pricing and initial specifications for the new Tivoli and Tivoli XLV ranges ahead of the brand's relaunch Down Under in November. Headlining features include the range-wide fitment of autonomous emergency braking with forward collision warning, along with seven airbags, a rear-view camera, along with a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto...

2019 Ssangyong Rexton pricing and specs

Ssangyong has revealed pricing and specs for its 2019 Rexton SUV, as it prepares to relaunch as a factory-backed manufacturer this November. The seven-seat SUV is one of four models coming as part of the relaunch, with pricing to start at $39,990 drive-away for the entry-level two-wheel drive petrol EX...

2019 Ssangyong Musso pricing and specs

Ssangyong has revealed pricing and specs for the 2019 Musso, as it prepares for a November relaunch Down Under. Now a factory-backed operation, the South Korean brand will launch with four model lines when it touches down: Rexton, Musso, Tivoli and Tivoli XLV. The entire range will be covered by a seven-year, unlimited kilometre warranty...

SsangYong Australia pushing for seven-year warranty, at least

The head of SsangYong’s new Australian factory-backed subsidiary wants the brand to relaunch in November with a market-leading warranty. The challenge is getting the plan approved by head office in Korea. The goal is clearly to match rival Korean car-maker Kia with a seven-year/unlimited-kilometre warranty; a tactic that has become a powerful tool to smash any lingering misperceptions about the quality of that brand's vehicles...

2018 SsangYong Stavic/Turismo facelift revealed

The facelifted SsangYong Turismo — last sold in Australia as the SsangYong Stavic — has been revealed in the UK. The people mover's front end styling has been reworked, with the car gaining slimmer headlights, restyled bumpers, and a corporate grille that ties it stylistically to more modern SsangYong models, such as the Korando, Rexton and Tivoli...

SsangYong Australia's range confirmed

Korea’s third brand, SsangYong, has confirmed it’ll start selling cars again in Australia from this November, after a two-year absence. It'll be armed with three SUVs and a dual-cab ute, and about 20 dealers from the start...

SsangYong locks in Australian boss, return date

Korea’s SsangYong is coming back to Australia for another crack at our unusually competitive and fragmented new vehicle market. While we learned that little fact in March this year, we now know a little more about its plans, which include re-launching as an official distributor in the fourth quarter of 2018...