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2022 SsangYong Musso: Facelifted ute leaked online – UPDATE: Here in June

UPDATE, 8 April 2021: More images of the updated 2022 SsangYong Musso have appeared online, giving us the best look yet at the facelifted ute. CarAdvice has also learned the new Musso will be launched in Australia by SsangYong in June 2021. Stay tuned to CarAdvice to get the very latest information on the new 2022 SsangYong Musso as it comes to hand...

2021 SsangYong Rexton price and specs: Range reduced, power added

2021 SsangYong Rexton pricing and specifications released Range reduced to two variants, ELX and Ultimate Variants rise by $1000 and $2000 respectively Engine power increased to 148kW/441Nm Priced from $47,990 drive-away The 2021 SsangYong Rexton has gone on sale, with two facelifted models available in Australia...

2021 SsangYong Rexton: Australian specs revealed online ahead of March arrival

Australian specifications and equipment details of the facelifted 2021 SsangYong Rexton have been outed online. First leaked and confirmed for an Australian launch in October 2020, local details of SsangYong's updated Ford Everest rival were published on its public website, ahead of first deliveries in the second half of March...

2021 SsangYong new cars

Although SsangYong has been travelling through some murky corporate waters in 2020, there are some important updates coming for the Korean SUV manufacturer in 2021. The seven-seater Rexton four-wheel drive SUV is due for a shot in the arm, with a significant facelift bringing a bolder new look, with other updates yet to be confirmed...

SsangYong Australia says 'business as usual' despite bankruptcy filing in South Korea

Struggling South Korean car maker SsangYong says it is “business as usual” and will continue to sell and service cars in Australia – despite filing for bankruptcy just days prior to Christmas 2020. SsangYong has been in financial pain for years and Indian conglomerate Mahindra and Mahindra had been trying to sell its majority shareholding in the company over the past six months...

2021 SsangYong Rexton facelift leaked – UPDATE: Australian launch confirmed

UPDATE, October 22: Well, here it is! New promotional images posted to Russian website Kolesa.ru reveal the extent of the changes we'll see on the 2021 SsangYong Rexton.  As the earlier teaser images revealed, we can expect a bold new grille design – shown here in a dark shadow chrome finish – along with subtly tweaked lighting internals and bumpers at both ends...

SsangYong recalls SUV models due to possible fuel leaks

SsangYong Australia has issued a recall of 374 vehicles from the Korando, Tivoli, and Tivoli XLV range due to the potential for a fuel leak to develop. Owners of the Korando C300 with Model Years 2019 and 2020 (MY19-MY20), and the Tivoli and Tivoli XLV with Model Years 2015 to 2020 (MY15-MY20) are advised to have their vehicle repaired at a SsangYong dealership...

SsangYong recalls Chairman due to possible steering fault

SsangYong Australia has issued a recall of 108 examples of its Chairman sedan with made from 2001 to 2007 (MY01-MY07) due to a potentially serious steering fault. The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says "a crack developing in the steering lock housing can cause the steering wheel to lock into the straight ahead position when the key is turned"...

2021 SsangYong Korando 'E100' electric SUV teased

SsangYong has teased the long-promised all-electric version of its mid-size Korando SUV, despite uncertainty around the brand's future as it seeks new investors. The final production name is yet to be confirmed, though internally it has been codenamed Korando E100...

SsyangYong extends Musso XLV ute EOFY deals

SsangYong has extended its end of financial year offers on the Musso XLV ute. The Ultimate + version is being offered at drive away prices of $42,990 for ABN holders, and $43,990 for private buyers. On top of the drive away deal, SsangYong has also included extra equipment and after sales support to sweeten the deal...

SsangYong Tivoli on hiatus until 2021 as stock runs out

The 2020 SsangYong Tivoli and Tivoli XLV have been quietly put on hiatus after the company sold out of stock in Australia. Although the small Tivoli SUV and slightly larger Tivoli XLV sold in relatively modest numbers (67 and 24 cars respectively) in the first half of 2020, the company says this exhausted dealer stock and so SsangYong Australia has removed the models from its website...