SsangYong Stavic/Turismo

SsangYong Stavic/Turismo

28th July 2018 0 By carsfirst

The face-lifted SsangYong Stavic/Turismo last sold in Australia and has been revealed in the UK. The front end styling has been reworked. Modern SsangYong models the front end styling has been reworked.  The car gaining slimmer headlights, restyled bumpers and corporate grille that ties it stylistically such as the Korando, Rexton and Tivoli.

To fit in with the new design sheet metal, with the bonnet and front quart panels refashioned ever-so-slightly. The rear seems to be completely untouched by the design department. Meanwhile the interior looks as though it has only received some specification upgrades.

Earlier, the Turismo is 5130 mm long and rides on a 3000mm wheelbase. The seats up to seven people. In other markets, the Turismo is offered with upto 11 seats.

The large people mover is motivated by a 2.2 liter turbo diesel with 131kW of power and 400Nm of torque for the UK. Most models are six-speed manual transmission standard.  While a seven-speed Mercedes-Benz automatic is available.

Most variant have rear-wheel drive. Although the range-topping model comes fitted with four-wheel drive and a low-range transfer case.  The top-shelf variant is equipped with 17-inch alloy wheel, heated front seats, rain-sensing, wipers, automatic headlights and rear view camera. An infotainment system consists of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

Source : Car Advice

Photo Source : Honest John