SsangYong's Musso Ultimate is a refined, well-equipped ute designed for 'lifestyle' buyers who don't need to carry particularly heavy payloads. In some areas it actually shames its competitors. Just go in knowing your needs.
The segment-straddling SsangYong Rexton 4x4 has the looks, luxury and drivetrain to make inroads against more established players from the rugged Isuzu MU-X to the refined Hyundai Santa Fe crossover. Success may come slowly, but the product looks the goods.
It's an old design, but new to the Australian market. Can it take on the small SUV segment?
Diesel engine, seven seats, off-road capability, lots of tech and sharp pricing. How does the SsangYong Rexton stack up against the competition?
SsangYong is back in Australia, and its most important model is the Musso. We see how the Korean 4WD ute stacks up...
The practical SsangYong XLV small crossover is not as polished as its newer Rexton stablemate, but a punchy diesel drivetrain and expected sharp pricing will count as positives when it arrives this November.
The diesel-powered SsangYong Rexton 4x4 could make a few prospective Isuzu MU-X or Mitsubishi Pajero Sport buyers think twice, if the pricing is right come November. Stay tuned…...
If SsangYong Australia's new factory distributor gets its pricing right, the coil-sprung Musso has every chance of carving out a niche in Australia's flourishing dual-cab ute market.
The Ssangyong Korando might just present itself as a credible alternative to the more popular SUVs in the segment. We spend a few days behind the wheel to find out.
The Ssangyong Actyon - a South Korean made ute - is a quirky contraption.
The Ssangyong Rexton is well priced and built to haul around the family with seven-seats and all the necessities covered. But if you're looking to buy one there are things you need to take into consideration...