The 2019 SsangYong Korando has a new platform, almost dull looking body, and the choice of a turbo 1.5L I4 gas engine or a 1.6L diesel.
As the company responsible for some truly vile designs, the bland and capable 2019 SsangYong Korando crossover is very much welcome.
The 2019 SsangYong Korando is an inoffensive SUV with a 1.5L turbo I4 with 120kW (161hp) and 280Nm (207 lb-ft), or a 1.6L turbo-diesel.
The 2017 SsangYong Korando has a new design at the front with new headlamps, grille and bumpers, and additional safety features.
The 2017 SsangYong Korando facelift has new LED headlamps, grille, bumpers, hood, and 18-inch wheels, and makes the C200 look more like the smaller Tivoli.
SsangYong has confirmed that it enter the US market in 2020 with the Tivoli subcompact SUV, and the larger compact Korando crossover.
The SsangYong Korando is best remembered as a go-anywhere rough-and-tumble four-wheel drive, possibly with odd styling, but what does it name mean?
Launched in 1996, the second gen SsangYong Korando is based on the Musso 4WD, and is one of several cars with polarizing styling by Ken Greenly.
In 1983 SsangYong licensed the CJ-7 Jeep, badged Korando, for production in South Korea. Sold in Europe and Japan also, and was offered as a 9-seater too.