A new investor is reported to be taking a majority stake in SsangYong Motor Company (SYMC) from owner Mahindra & Mahindra, which would enable the car maker to avoid going into receivership.
SsangYong has appointed Kevin Griffin as managing director. The appointment sees Griffin assume overall responsibility for SsangYong’s UK operations on a permanent basis.
The Korando rides very well, but this comes at the expense of agility.
Ssangyong has launched its new Korando C-segment SUV, with prices starting from £19,995 and CO2 from 144g/km.
South Korean manufacturer prefers not to take on the big volume players in fleet
SsangYong has revised the Tivoli and Tivoli XLV range, adding new Euro 6c petrol and diesel engines.
Ssangyong has revealed the new Korando at the Geneva Motor Show and promises an EV version will be available shortly.
The former UK boss of Ssangyong, Kia, Mitsubishi and Daihatsu, Paul Williams, has passed away suddenly following a short illness.
SsangYong can now pitch to win fleet contracts with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) as it has now been added to the Government framework agreement.
Allianz Partners has announced a three-year collaboration with SSangYong Motors which will see owners benefit from a year’s roadside cover.
SsangYong has facelifted the seven-seat Turismo MPV with a re-freshed front end.
SsangYong has launched a seven-year 150,000 mile warranty package for its new Musso pick-up and Rexton SUV models.
New vehicles from Korean brand SsangYong could help boost its presence in the fleet sector as its new UK bosses seek to grow the business.
SsangYong Motor UK has appointed Nick Laird as managing director, with immediate effect.
The SsangYong Rexton Ultimate is a proper, tow a trailer or caravan 4x4 workhorse with no SUV pretensions, as Tim Rose discovers.
SsangYong gives the Korando SUV a second facelift in the space of three years, upping standard equipment and improving its visual appeal.
The SsangYong Tivoli 1.6-litre SE has been named as the cheapest diesel SUV to run following analysis by automotive data experts Cap HPI.
SsangYong's new large SUV will retain the Rexton name.
Ssangyong is offering a free 4x4 upgrade on the Tivoli and Tivoli XLV this winter, saving customers £1,250.
Ssangyong has launched the Tivoli XLV, an extended body version of the Tivoli SUV, priced from £18,250.
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