Leaked images of the new SsangYong Musso have surfaced on the internet. SsangYong’s heavily facelifted Musso has been spotted, reported on by Korean YouTube commentator Mocar. Badged as the Khan ute in its home country as seen in the images, the ute is badged as Musso locally, a nameplate that
SsangYong’s future is in doubt with coronavirus affecting the cash flow of its parent company, Mahindra. INDIAN AUTOMOTIVE conglomerate Mahindra & Mahindra has pulled its investment funding from SsangYong, leaving the South Korean manufacturer only scraps from the table to keep itself afloat. Citing a staggering 88 per cent drop
Ssangyong will launch a long-wheelbase version of the Musso in the second-quarter of 2019, boosting length to 5.4m and payload from 790kg to 1020kg.
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The new 2018 Ssangyong Rexton will launch in Australia in November with the Korean car maker boasting it’ll “provide a new benchmark for large SUVs in Australia”.
The Ssangyong Musso will see a return to Australia for the Korean car maker when it arrives Down Under later this year, with Tivoli and Rexton SUVs joining it.
Ssangyong has teased its new, bigger SUV, the Y400 which will be revealed in full at the Seoul Motor Show later this month.
The facelifted 2015 Ssangyong Rexton has been revealed in South Korea ahead of its introduction to world markets later this year.
The 2015 Ssangyong Tivoli has been revealed in Seoul, South Korea becoming the first new model to be launched after the company merged with Mahindra.
Ssangyong Motor Company will call its new medium-sized SUV, Tivoli and it will go on-sale around the world from the middle of 2015.
Ssangyong revealed its XIV-Air and XIV-Adventure concepts in Paris which is expected to on-sale in Korea from early 2015.
Ssangyong will show a concept of its compact SUV at the Paris Motor Show, but patent sketches of the Ssangyong X100 have been leaked online.