Ssangyong models

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Total cash price £13,499. Borrowing £10,799 with a £2,700 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
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SsangYong buying guide

SsangYong only builds SUV models, with three models in its lineup.

Up first is the Tivoli SUV – the smallest model SsangYong currently builds. Despite its compact billing, the cabin is easily large enough for four adults, or five for shorter journeys. While it has the taller stance of an SUV, the Tivoli is most at home on the road, with a 1.6-litre petrol engine and front-wheel drive helping to keep fuel costs relatively low.

In the middle of the SsangYong range is the Korando. This is a great choice for families with lots of room in the rear to manoeuvre child seats into position. There’s also a large, square boot – ideal if you often carry dogs or pushchairs. You get a choice of 1.5-litre turbo petrol or 1.6-litre diesel, along with optional all-wheel drive if you do the occasional bit of off roading.

The largest model in SsangYong’s lineup is the Rexton. This beefy seven-seater is a good choice if you need your SUV for tougher jobs, including regular off-road driving. All Rexton models sold in the UK come with diesel engines and, thanks to sharing a platform with the SsangYong Musso pickup truck, have excellent cargo and towing capacities.


SsangYong currently offers one electric model – the Korando e-Motion. This uses a 61.5kWh battery pack, which translates to a range of 211 miles on a full charge. You get all the same benefits as the regular Korando, including its spacious cabin and large cargo area. Plus, the 140kW (188hp) electric motor is actually more powerful than both the petrol and diesel engine choices, making this the fastest Korando you can buy.

SsangYong is a literal translation of the phrase ‘Double Dragon’. While you might have to use your imagination somewhat, SsangYong reckons its badge is meant to look like a pair of dragons.

SsangYong is a South Korean company. It’s not as much of a household name as fellow Korean automakers Hyundai or Kia, but it still has more than half a century’s experience building cars and SUVs. In recent years, SsangYong has focused exclusively on its SUV and off-roader lineups.

SsangYong doesn’t typically feature in reliability surveys as it sells a relatively small number of cars. However, the brand does offer a reassuring seven-year/150,000-mile warranty across its range, which is longer than most rivals and is one of the best warranties currently offered on the market.

Yes! Every nearly new SsangYong on sale at Motorpoint is available with flexible finance options, including hire purchase (HP) and personal contract purchase (PCP).