SsangYong unveils facelifted Korando image

The South Korean based automaker SsangYong has recently unveiled the facelifted version of the Korando on its local auto market, which is adding a fresh design.

As you can see from the images posted below, the “new” 2014 SsangYong Korando is now looking more aggressive than its predecessor, thanks to its revised front grille, the LED infused headlights, the new front bumper and some other minor tweaks. Styling changes in the rear include the different taillights, the larger rear spoiler and some other tweaks. As for the cabin of the car, this has now been equipped with a new dashboard, a modern infotainment system, revised instrumentation, higher quality materials, metallic accents and some wood trim.

The facelifted version of the SsangYong Korando is coming with a choice of two 2.0 liter engines. The first one is producing a total output of 149 HP (109 kW) and 360 Nm of torque (265 lb-ft), while the other variant is coming with 181 HP (133 kW) and 360 Nm of torque (265 lb-ft). The unit can be mated, depending on the engine selected, to a six-speed manual or to an automatic transmission, which can send power to the 2WD or the optional AWD system. Prices for the model start from just under 14,000 EUR in South Korea.