SsangYong has recently announced the launch of the second-gen Stavic in Australia, where the model can now be ordered starting from 29, 990 AUD.
According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the new SsangYong Stavic available in Australia can now be ordered from 29,990 AUD. This model has become the cheapest seven-seat MPV in the country and the rear-wheel drive version is actually 5,500 AUD cheaper than the Holden Captiva 7 SUV or 9,000 AUD less expensive than the entry-level Kia Grand Carnival, so this should play a main role in trying to attract more customers into the brand.
The SsangYong Stavic is coming with features such as the heated mirrors, the dual zone air conditioning, the cruise control, automatic headlights, USB, Bluetooth or 16-inch alloy wheels, as standard. The model is also getting the remote keyless entry, ESC, front and side airbags, active roll over protection and more. The SsangYong Stavic is powered by a 2.0 liter four-cylinder turbo diesel five-speed automatic transmission, which is producing a total output of 114 kW and it has a peak torque of 360 Nm. The fuel consumption stands at an average 7.8 L / 100 km.