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Ssangyong Korando review

£20,495 - £35,640
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Published: 23 Aug 2019
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Interior

What is it like on the inside?

There's loads of spec in here – the top one has a good-looking set of virtual driver's instruments, multi-hued decor lighting strips and plenty of brightwork. Heated and cooled powered seats, too.

The intrinsic fit'n'finish of even the base car has enough craft that adding the Ultimate version's fancy electronics don't look out of place. The angular dash design is a mite blocky in places but the quality of the materials is at least average for the class. Which means that for the price it's really rather fine.

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You sit high in both the front and rear, so the view out is good, and even leggy people in the back would be content. They get a power socket and armrest/cupholder but no vents.

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