Tempting 3-2-1 offers from SsangYong
AS the nights draw in and the heating goes on, SsangYong announces three tempting offers to warm its customers this autumn.
The 3-2-1 offer provides three years’ free servicing, two years’ additional roadside assistance and one year additional VED (vehicle excise duty), no matter which car you purchase before the end of the year.
All SsangYong models already come with the most comprehensive five-year limitless mileage warranty.
Additionally, on its Italian designed Korean-built Korando crossover, you can now step up to a two-wheel drive Korando EX but for the same price as an SE at £16,250, or with 4x4 from just £17,750.
This gives you ‘free’ heated front seats, rear privacy glass, auto dipping rear view mirror, automatic air conditioning, seveninch touchscreen with rearview camera, rear parking sensors and 17-inch alloy wheels.
And on the rugged and highly capable Rexton 4x4, the SE and EX models now come equipped with free Mercedes-Benz automatic transmission and metallic paint from just £23,500.
“In addition to offering great value and extremely well-equipped cars, we are always looking to go that extra mile to help reduce the cost of motoring for SsangYong owners,” said Paul Williams, CEO of SsangYong Motor UK. “SsangYong is a real value-brand and we demonstrate that whenever possible.
“Korean-built and comprehensively equipped, affordable prices and with a warranty no other marque can match, we are confident that with such highly tempting offers as these, you will be seeing many more SsangYong cars on our roads this winter.”
The SsangYong Korando certainly looks the part of a rugged crossover. Designed by the man who shaped everything from the first VW Golf, a Ferrari or two and a flotilla of favoured Fiats, the 4x4 from Korea looks good against the competition.
A study of its specification shows the Korando is up to scratch too, offering all the kit a crossover kid could hope for and including, in several versions, a four-wheel drive system that clicks in when the going gets slippery.
The new Tivoli is the latest model from the Korean high-value car maker that has decided it’s time for a full frontal assault on the European car market.
In fact, SsangYong has been around since 1954 and has been selling inexpensive machines like the Rexton, Korando and Musso here for years, to people who like a lot for their money and don’t mind if the car doesn’t drive as well its (dearer) European rivals.
If you’ve ever liked a car but cursed the size of the boot, there is now a potential holiday luggage saviour in the smartly chunky shape of the new SsangYong Tivoli XLV. The Korean car maker has taken the existing Tivoli compact SUV and added XLV to the name and several centimetres to the rear of the car.
The extra stretch – all 23.8cms (just over nine inches) of it – is devoted to padding out the boot space, from a reasonable 423 to an enormous 720 cubic litres.
This extra load space (with much more on offer if you flip the rear seat forward)moves carrying capacity into the world of much bigger and dearer cars.