Tag Archives: Ssangyong

MUSSO MAGIC | UTE Review – SsangYong Musso

The return of SsangYong brings a capable and well-equipped ute to Australia – words by Chris Mullett.  It’s easy to become a bit complacent when evaluating the current range of utes on the Australian market, because in many cases there is not much to commend one brand over another. Most technologies available in the various products are a decade  old ...

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SSANGYONG RESURGENCE | UTE Review – SsangYong Musso

The South Korean manufacturer returns to the Australian market as a factory-owned marketing operation. After a long period of uncertainty, SsangYong Motors has returned to the Australian market with the latest version of its Musso ute, reinforcing its intention to challenge existing one-tonners from Japan, Thailand and China. “We are determined to offer Australia a range of vehicles that is ...

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MUSSO MAGIC | Ute Review – Ssangyong Musso

The return of SsangYong brings a capable and well-equipped ute to Australia – words by Chris Mullett.  It’s easy to become a bit complacent when evaluating the current range of utes on the Australian market, because in many cases there is not much to commend one brand over another. Most technologies available in the various products are a decade  old ...

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NEW MUSSO | TRANSPORT NEWS

Delivery Magazine joins SSangYong Motors Australia for the launch of the all-new Musso, reintroducing a nameplate of which  many owners of the earlier model retain fond memories. Musso, which apparently in Korean means Rhino,  recently made its introduction to the UK market and for Australia much of the spec’ is similar. With a 3500kg towing ability, a Euro6 emissions rated 2157cc turbocharged diesel and ...

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Korean Kollection

The Actyon Sports comes of age – Delivery looks at the latest ute to join the pack in the tradies paddock When the SsangYong Actyon Sports Dual Cab Ute range was released five years ago, we found a few items that we thought needed rectification. SsangYong listened, and the second-generation Actyon is a serious work-and-play ute-market contender. SsangYong seems to ...

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Korean Catch

SsangYong’s ute intentions set up the way forward for its future With Korean car companies, Hyundai and Kia, powering ahead in terms of acceptance in the Australian market, it’s only logical to expect SsangYong to want a slice of the action, especially now the company has an assured future. It wasn’t always that definite the company would survive, and, despite ...

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Good Sports

Ssangyong’s Ute gets a stronger future The Korean car business has had its ups and downs, and none more than Ssangyong. In recent times the prognosis was that it would become a casualty of the Korean economy. But a new agreement with Indian giant Mahindra & Mahindra looks likely to secure the company’s future as a manufacturer. Mahindra & Mahindra ...

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