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New car diary for SsangYong

Make: SsangYong

Model: Tivoli - XLV

Released: Dec 2018

SsangYong Australia will release the Tivoli XLV in December - a stretched version of the regular Tivoli - poised to steal attention away from the larger small SUVs such as the Nissan Qashqai and Jeep Compass.

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Make: SsangYong

Model: Tivoli

Released: Dec 2018

Ssangyong expects its Tivoli small SUV to be its biggest seller when it arrives Down Under in December.

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Make: SsangYong

Model: Rexton

Released: Dec 2018

The Ssangyong Rexton large SUV will serve as the brand’s flagship when it goes on sale later in December.

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Make: SsangYong

Model: Musso

Released: Dec 2018

The Ssangyong Musso should be the only South Korean pick-up in Australia when it launches, offering what is expected to be a cheaper 4x4 dual-cab alternative to the market-leading Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger.

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Make: SsangYong

Model: Korando

Released: May 2014

SsangYong will ramp up its efforts to boost sales in Australia with a refreshed Korando compact-SUV before the middle of the year. The curved front-end of the Giugiaro-penned original is gone in favour of a sharper, more squared off look. The cabin also gains soft-touch materials and a new fascia.
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Make: SsangYong

Model: Actyon Sports

Released: Mar 2012

The SUT1 – standing for Sports Utility Truck – is expected to replace the Actyon Sports in Australian showrooms in the first quarter of 2012. The dual-cab five-seater retains the rugged body-on-frame construction of the Actyon Sports but gain the Korando’s new 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine and six-speed manual and automatic transmissions.
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Make: SsangYong

Model: Korando

Released: Feb 2011

SsangYong’s first monocoque-bodied SUV will have a 2.0-litre turbo-diesel with an Australian-made Drive Systems International six-speed auto or manual transmission plus a choice of all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive variants. A 1.8-litre turbo petrol engine is also in development.
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Make: SsangYong

Model: Kyron

Released: Sep 2007

The new Euro IV Kyron is the first facelift for the mid-range SsangYong SUV since its 2006 launch. A number of major changes had been adopted to deliver a significantly better SUV, including a cleaner-burning, more driveable engine and a raft of styling, trim and specification improvements.
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Make: SsangYong

Model: Actyon

Released: Apr 2007

SsangYong revealed its Actyon twins, including the Actyon Sports ute, at the 2006 Sydney motor show ahead of their release around March 2007. The compact Actyon five-door SUV will be aimed directly at the likes of Toyota’s RAV4 when it joins its larger Kyron sibling on sale here.
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Make: SsangYong

Model: Actyon Sports

Released: Apr 2007

SsangYong's all-new Actyon Sports dual-cab five-seater ute replaces the Musso utility from around February 2007. All Actyon models will be powered by either an 110kW/214Nm 2.3-litre petrol engine or a 104kW/310Nm 2.0-litre turbo-diesel, mated to manual and auto transmissions.
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