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Released: Feb 2011
While ‘style’ and ‘SsangYong’ are far from synonymous, the Italian-designed 2011 Korando small-SUV had more to recommend it than rugged design and affordability.
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Model: Actyon Sports
Released: Apr 2007
SSANGYONG new Actyon Sports dual-cab ute offers improved performance, greater load-carrying capacity and more standard equipment than the previous Musso Sports ute.
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Released: Apr 2007
Discontinued: Jan 2013
SsangYong has thrown its hat into the compact SUV ring with the bold Actyon SUV. Built on a modified version of the ladder frame chassis from the Actyon Sports working class ute, the Actyon SUV was developed at limited cost to the South Korean car-maker.
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Released: Feb 2006
Discontinued: Jun 2012
The Kyron is Ssangyong's Rexton-based 4WD wagon aimed at the bottom end of the medium-sized SUV market. It features a separate chassis construction and ex-Mercedes engines.
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Released: Aug 2005
Discontinued: Sep 2007
The Chairman is a South Korean-built four-door luxury sedan intended to line up directly against the Ford Fairlane and Holden Statesman.
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Released: Mar 2005
Extremely individual styling hides a seven-seater people mover with rear-wheel drive, Mercedes-sourced drivetrains and a platform that is based on the 1986-1995 Mercedes W124 E-class sedan.
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Released: Jun 2003
REXTON, launched in South Korea in 2001, took pride of place on the SsangYong stand at the 2003 Melbourne motor show, is based on the mid-'90s era Musso and using Mercedes-Benz sourced drivetrains.
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