The modelRead full Ssangyong Korando review
With its low starting price and high levels of practicality and safety kit, the Korando makes a good first impression. However, you soon realise it’s lacking pace and comfort compared with rivals. It's short on engine options, too, and fuel economy isn’t great. The Korando is worth a look, but there are much better options available.
The trimSee full equipment
Ventura trim adds 18in alloys wheels, part-faux leather upholstery, a better infotainment system with an 8.0in touchscreen, digital instruments, front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera. It makes the most sense when balancing costs and kit.
The engineSee full engine specs
It’s 161bhp will get you up to motorway speeds, but takes a little while and you have to plant your foot firmly on the accelerator before it really comes to life. Other rivals – the Skoda Karoq and Seat Ateca – offer a wider range of significantly more impressive petrol engines, most of which are far quicker and more efficient. Adding the automatic gearbox makes it slower still and it’s not very responsive.
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