Ssangyong Musso 1997
The 1997 Ssangyong Musso carries a braked towing capacity of up to 3500 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
The Ssangyong Musso is also known as the Dadi Musso (China), the Daewoo Musso (Germany, the Iceland & United Kingdom), the Mercedes-Benz Musso, the Morattab Musso (Iran), the SsangYong Musso Libero (Vietnam), the SsangYong MJ (France), the TagAZ Road Partner (Russia) and the SsangYong Korando Family (Spain) in markets outside Australia.
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Stall to switch off Musso?
No, that’s not correct. It would be against the law to have to stall the car to stop it.
Six of the best
THE Musso is a good all-round generally reliable four-wheel drive. I know of one that has done more than 200,000km without giving the owner a moment's concern. The engines are superseded Mercedes-Benz units so they're well engineered and seem to be reliable and robust. The transmissions were lifted from old 'Benz models and also give little trouble. The six is a better performer than the diesel, which is relatively old in technology terms. There's no reason why the petrol six couldn't be converted to LPG -- finding a converter with a kit will probably be the biggest problem.
Ssangyong Musso 1997 Price and Specs
|Ssangyong Musso Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|(4X4)||SUV||2.9L Diesel 4 SP AUTO 4X4||$2,700||$4,620|
|(4X4)||SUV||2.9L Diesel 5 SP MAN 4X4||$2,400||$4,070|
|(4X4)||SUV||2.3L ULP 4 SP AUTO 4X4||$2,700||$4,620|
|(4X4)||SUV||3.2L ULP 4 SP AUTO 4X4||$3,600||$5,830|