The 2014 Ssangyong Actyon SUV has been in the making for sometime now. The car which was launched in 2005 gets its first major overhaul.
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The Ssangyong Korando C EV-R, a range extender hybrid version of the compact SUV, has been showcased at ENVEX 2013, an annual international exhibition on Environmental technology and Green Energy, held in Incheon, South Korea.
We got a chance to interact with Mr. Pravin Shah, Chief Executive – Automotive Divison, Mahindra & Mahindra and we did what we do best. Read
You would remember us reporting on the Ssangyong Korando Sports (Actyon Sports in some markets) updated for 2013 for the Korean market last month through photographs
Ssangyong has announced that they are designing an all-new ‘small CUV’ (Crossover utility vehicle) that will be put into series production
The Ssangyong Korando, a compact five seater SUV that’s positioned in the C Segment, is witnessing decent demand in Korea and Russia. As the product
To put it in the softest manner, the Ssangyong Actyon SUV has an undesirable design. So, the compact SUV’s facelift should be more than just a nip
Last week, we brought you spy shots of the Ssangyong Actyon Sports spotted in India. Now it seems that the double cab pickup truck has undergone an update back home in Korea. Ssangyong calls the update as ‘Series 2014’ and says that numerous
April 2013 is the new sales benchmark for Ssangyong as the company registered the best ever monthly sales in the last seven years. Ssangyong Motor sold
The Ssangyong Actyon Sports is a lifestyle pickup truck based on the Actyon SUV. The car has been brought to the Delhi Auto Expo last year but Mahindra hasn’t made any sort of strong statement regarding the pickup’s prospects in India. However,
Mahindra-owned Ssangyong Motor witnessed sales increase by 15.2% in March 2013 compared to March 2012. In the Korean market, Ssangyong sold 4,924 cars,
Ssangyong Motor unveiled the Chairman W Summit, an enhanced edition of its flagship sedan, at the Seoul Motor Show on the 28th of March.
[Can't watch the video? Head to Youtube] Ssangyong is enjoying a much needed financial fluidity ever since the South Korean marque was acquired
We think Ssangyong is not sure of which segment to place their bets on. Perhaps that explains why the Mahindra owned South Korean marque is experimenting