SsangYong Motor Company is the fourth largest South Korea-based automobile manufacturer founded in 1954.
DFSK is reintroducing its vehicles to the UK with a new importer and distributor: Vehicle Import & Distribution Ltd, established by Bassadone Automotive.
The SsangYong Musso has now been certified to tow loads up to 3.5 tonnes, following approval by the Vehicle Certification Agency.
SsangYong has taken the covers off its new Turismo Tourist campervan at the Motorhome & Caravan Show, which opens at the NEC in Birmingham today.
SsangYong has updated its Korando with a new, more powerful diesel engine and transmission, and revived the name of one of the brand's first models sold.
SsangYong is exhibiting its budget small LCV, the Korando, at the CV Show, while announcing power and efficiency improvements to the model.
SsangYong has launched a limited edition version of its Korando Sports pick-up, dubbed the DMZ and boasting camouflage paintwork.
SsangYong has increased the payload capacity of its Korando Sports pick-up. It can now carry up to 1,050kg, thanks to the multi-link rear suspension.
SsangYong is relaunching its Korando light commercial model, with a two-wheel-drive version available alongside the 4x4 variant.