Ssangyong Motors

SsangYong announces new vehicles plan for next five years

SsangYong announces new vehicles plan for next five years

During a recent presentation to Australian journalists in South Korea, automaker SsangYong shared some pertinent information about its plans for the vehicles it intends to launch in the period between 2019 and 2024.

Ssangyong Motors UK in search of new dealers

Ssangyong Motors UK in search of new dealers SsangYong Motors UK, the new importer of Korean SsangYong cars, is providing new opportunities to allure motor traders.

The revived brand wants increase its portfolio of UK dealerships from current 50 to 65 across the country by the end of this year.

SsangYong making a comeback to the UK with new Korando

SsangYong making a comeback to the UK with new Korando Korean car manufacturer SsangYong is making a come back to the UK market with launch of its new crossover SUV, the Korando, in September this year.

Equipped with a 173bhp 2.0 turbo diesel engine, the Korando will be available in an option of three trim levels, viz. S, ES, EX. Buyers will also be able to choose it in an option of front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.

Two companies back out in Ssangyong race

Ssangyong-MotorsWhile the South Korean SUV major, Ssangyong motors has been in the news for the past many days mostly because of the names of the parties that have been very much interested in buying the target company but as the race is coming to an end, two firms have already backed out.

M&M & Ruia Group submitted bids for Ssangyong

M&M & Ruia Group submitted bids for SsangyongAs the race to bag the South Korea based Ssangyong motors has recently entered into the next stage, three groups including Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd have made binding offers.