As part of the re-emergence of the SsangYong brand in Australia they launched late in 2019 the medium sized Korando.
SsangYong recently launched Korando , previously a design disaster, blends advanced technology with a modern style in a competitive segment.
Korando comes with a choice of three models, the EX, ELX and Ultimate two engines a petrol and diesel and two transmissions. They are all 2WD SUVs
Even the entry model the EX, priced at $26,990 RDAP, comes with LCD Instrument Cluster, 8-inch Smart Touchscreen paired with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, auto on/off and levelling projector headlights, rain-sensing wipers and heated auto folding side mirrors. It also comes with a long list of safety features.
The Ultimate, priced from $36,990 RDAP comes with a full list of features including power sunroof and tailgate, heated and cooled front and rear leather seats, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), plus more.
Korando comes with a 5-star ANCAP safety rating, 7-year unlimited kilometre warranty, 7-year roadside assist and 7-year fixed price service.
I’m Rob Fraser
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