Is SsangYong Kyron good?

Is SsangYong Kyron good?

Once up to speed the Kyron is more refined and makes a surprisingly good motorway cruiser. With switchable four-wheel drive the Kyron feels perfectly at home on the rough stuff, and will put many ‘lifestyle’ 4x4s in the shade.

Which SsangYong has a Mercedes engine?

Only one engine is offered for the Rexton, a 2.2-litre, four-cylinder diesel. Unlike previous models with engines produced under license from Mercedes, this engine is all SsangYong’s own work, and it’s impressive.

Is SsangYong a good car brand?

Owners also ranked their cars for build quality, ease of use and safety. SsangYong is Britain’s best performing car manufacturer, with drivers rating it in almost every area in the Honest John Satisfaction Index 2018. Owners praised SsangYong for its reliable and practical cars that are easy to use and comfortable.

Has anyone bought SsangYong?

Struggling South Korean car maker Ssangyong says it is “business as usual” and will continue to sell and service cars in Australia – despite filing for bankruptcy just days prior to Christmas 2020.

How reliable is SsangYong?

Owners praised SsangYong for its reliable and practical cars that are easy to use and comfortable. SsangYong was the only carmaker to notch up an impressive 90 per cent approval rating with drivers….

Rank Manufacturer Satisfaction Index Rating
1 SsangYong 90.3%
2 Porsche 89.4%
3 Dacia 89.3%
4 Jaguar 88.7%

What kind of engine does the SsangYong Kyron have?

Kyron sits on a full ladder chassis, with low range four-wheel drive available at the touch of a button and a limited slip rear diff. The diesel engine is one of SsangYong’s own and for a small power plant is remarkably smooth, quiet and responsive.

Who is the owner of SsangYong Kyron 2006?

Ties with Daimler-Benz (now Daimler- Chrysler) in the early 1990s saw Benz engines used in early models. In 1997 Daewoo bought a controlling stake, only to sell it off in 2000, after it got into financial difficulties. Then in late 2004, China’s government-run Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) bought a 49 per cent stake.

What does SsangYong stand for in South Korea?

SsangYong is the fourth largest car maker in South Korea and the smallest of the three Korean brands here, not including Daewoo whose cars are now badged as Holdens. The name SsangYong incidentally means twin dragons.

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