2014 SsangYong Stavic Surfaces

TMR Team | Feb 1, 2013

SsangYong's next-generation Stavic, sold in other markets as the Rodius and Korando Turismo, has been caught in South Korea this week.

The big people mover's final form remains true to the artwork released earlier in the week, revealing the latest step in new owner Mahindra's plans for Korea's third-largest carmaker.

Captured during a dealer presentation in its homeland, these images also preview what Australian buyers can likely expect in the coming year.

The new model is expected to get an official unveiling at next month's Geneva Motor Show, where the carmaker is due to reveal specifications and launch plans.

Full details are still to be revealed, although SsangYong has confirmed that engine options will include a 3.2 litre petrol engine and a smaller 2.0 litre diesel.

The diesel engine is understood to be the same 114kW/360Nm mill that features in the Australian-delivered Korando and Actyon Sports models.

An all-wheel-drive option is also expected to be offered, although it is unclear if this configuration will make its way to Australia.

Filed under: wagon, geneva motor show, motor show, SsangYong, News, people mover, family, ssangyong stavic, ssangyong rodius

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  • pro346 says,
    3 years ago
    Makes the last one look like it was actually a good looking carlaugh this might be the ugliest car on the market when releasedsmile
  • 5valvepercylinder
    5 valve per cylinder says,
    3 years ago
    It actually looks sort of acceptable but they do need to widen the wheel arch and fit larger diameter tires in order to compensate for the humongous profile starting from the B-pillars right up the back end.

  • Hammer says,
    3 years ago
    1 like
    Errr...what's with that hideous D pillar design?
    • Balthazaaaargh says,
      3 years ago
      Haha, what, compared to the old model?
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