SsangYong

5.7
wowscore
The average score of all new SsangYong models on sale.
£12,950 - £28,000
RRP
£1,300
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5 SsangYong models

AVG. SAVING £800
5.0
RRP £16,250 - £23,495
A cheap and well-equipped SUV
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AVG. SAVING £2,600
5.2
RRP £23,500 - £28,000
Large SUV is reliable and cheap
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AVG. SAVING £900
6.4
RRP £12,950 - £20,000
Mid-size SUV is SsangYong's best car yet
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AVG. SAVING £800
6.5
RRP £18,750 - £21,000
Reasonably priced Tivoli gets more space
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AVG. SAVING £1,500
5.6
RRP £19,250 - £25,250
Huge MPV ideal if you need lots of space on a budget
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About SsangYong

Ssangyong has moved on in leaps and bounds recently, transforming a range of bland and mediocre vehicles into a catalogue of surprising cars.

Vehicles from this South Korean brand have always been priced to undercut the competition. Ssangyong’s current range of four vehicles comprises a trio of SUVs and the vast seven-seat Turismo MPV – all are cheap to buy, well-equipped and styled to stand out in a crowd. Staggeringly, the Korando SUV is not only spacious and fairly economical, but it was designed by the same man who styled the infamous Delorean DMC-12.

The new Tivoli is arguably the brand’s best car, is combines a roomy interior for its size, good standard equipment levels and an affordable price.