The price of the new Korando S petrol model which comes with a manual transmission as standard is $23,990 drive away.
This new model is a move away from Ssangyong's diesel only Australian model line-up, while its price signals the company's determination to succeed in the increasingly competitive SUV segment. The Korando's 2.0 litre petrol engine produces 109 kW and 191 Nm with Ssangyong claiming combined fuel consumption of just 7.5 litres/100km (6.2L highway and 9.7L around town).
The vehicle's standard features include six airbags, electronic stability control, Bluetooth and a CD/MP3 player. Cruise control, reverse sensors, leather steering wheel are also standard.
A six speed automatic transmission is available as a $2000 option. All Korandos sold in Australia via Ssangyong's national dealer network are covered by a five year 100,000km warranty and five years of 24/7 roadside assist.