Spied – 2014 Ssangyong Korando C facelift caught undisguised

Posted on: Jul 16, 2013 - 8:30am IST

Indian Autos Blog has been closely following the Ssangyong Korando C facelift bringing you images of the camouflaged test mules.

In our last post, the Korando C facelift’s rear was undisguised and we were able to take a look at the reworked taillights. Here are some fresh spy shots which show the front of the car and thus reveal the facelift completely.

2014 Ssangyong Korando C facelift

The headlights of the facelifted Korando look good compared to the pre-facelifted car. There is much more attention to detail and the Korando looks almost European. It seems as though the Ssangyong designers have also incorporated a set of daytime running lights in the facelift.

Ssangyong Korando front three quarters
Front of the pre-facelifted Korando added for comparison.

The side profile of the Korando remains identical to its predecessor. Though we’re not sure we can say the same about the interiors.

Under the hood, the Korando facelift is expected to continue using the 2.0-liter diesel engine which is available in two states of tune – 149PS and 175PS. There are two gearboxes on offer, a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission.

2014 Ssangyong Korando C facelift side

The 2014 Korando C should be officially announced soon. Until now, Mahindra has not shown any clear indication of launching the Korando here in India and we thought this was because of the fact that the car was due to be updated soon. So can we expect the 2014 Korando in India?

[Images from Decoches Blogspot]

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4 thoughts on “Spied – 2014 Ssangyong Korando C facelift caught undisguised

  1. ravi says:

    Mahindra is launching the Korando in the end of the 2013

  2. Anand says:

    Awesome… I saw this car, when I was in Seoul last year. It looked pretty good and can compete with Yeti. If they price around 15 Lakhs, that would pull in more buyers.

    BTW, this one is five seater. Isn’t it?

      1. ozedude says:

        Yeah, a 5 seater for pygmies perhaps.

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