No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Ssangyong reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
SsangYong Musso: What is the towing capacity?
In your review you state that the new SsangYong Musso has a towing capacity of 3000 kg, but a GCM of 6750 kg, which not only seems huge according to the specifications from Musso's website and local ...Read more
2014 Actyon Sports being held at dealership
Further to my earlier e-mail to you and you providing details as received from Ateco, I write to advise that contrary to the position offered by Ateco, my vehicle remains off the road awaiting parts ...Read more
Issues getting replacement 2014 Actyon Sports parts?
I have had recurring problems trying to get parts replaced on my 2014 SsangYong Ute, which is still under the manufacturers warranty. After numerous attempts to contact SsangYong directly, I have had ...Read more
Is the SsangYong Musso reliable?
I want to buy a cheap ute for work and have seen that the SsangYong Musso seems to be quite cheap for the amount of kilometres done and what you get for your money. I'm just wondering about the ...Read more
Is Korando a good SUV choice?
I notice lots of people ask your advice on SUVs and I wonder why you never give the option of the Ssangyong Korando? I have had a used 2011 turbodiesel for about six months and loved it. It's roomy, ...Read more
Stall to switch off Musso?
I purchased a 1997 Ssangsong Musso and was informed that it does not switch off at the ignition, but one has to stall to car to switch it off. Is this correct? Read more
Best budget people mover?
I've a tight budget and I want a people-mover. What do you think about the Ssangyong Stavic? It fits the budget and seems to be roomy enough for my family of five (two littlies will be in car seats ...Read more
Actyon surging during cruise
My new Ssangyong Actyon will surge mildly when travelling at up to 80 km/h. It doesn't do it when you accelerate, more when you are just cruising. The ESP light has come on twice, just for a second. ...Read more
Opinion of Ssangyong Kyron?
My partner fell in love with a 2011 Ssangyong Kyron. She comes from the cane fields of north Qld and used to drive a Rodeo diesel dual-cab, so is familiar with operating a four-wheel drive. What is ...Read more
SsangYong Actyon power loss
My 2010 Ssyangyong Actyon sports ute often suffers a lot of power loss while driving, which can be dangerous if it happens when you're overtaking. A dealer replaced the brake light switch, which ...Read more
Used Ssangyong Musso review: 1996-1998
The promise of Mercedes Benz quality at a Korean price was an attractive proposition that drew many buyers to the SsangYong Musso. The Korean-built four-wheel drive wagon was imported first by ...Read more
SsangYong Kyron: Shuddering
I LOOKED at the Holden Captiva diesel before buying a Ssangyong Kyron 2.7-litre diesel, and I am pleased I chose the Kyron. It consistently does 9.2 litres/100km with a best of 8.7 litres/100km on a ...Read more
Six of the best
I'M THINKING of buying a '97 SsangYong Musso. What should I look for? Would petrol/diesel, auto/manual be the go? And can petrol engines be converted to gas? Read more
I HAVE found the SsangYong Musso is the only dual cab ute that an adult could sit comfortably in the back seat, but I understand it is being phased out. Is there any particular reason you know of? Read more
Musso buying advice
I HAVE the chance to buy a 1996 SsangYong Musso four-wheel-drive for $10,500. It has done 133,000km, has had one owner and is in near-immaculate condition. The electronic sunroof that does not work, ...Read more