Ssangyong Korando Leasing Deals UK

 
SSANGYONG KORANDO 2.2 LE 5dr
Ssangyong Korando2.2 Le 5dr
Business£261.82per month ex. VAT
Personal£314.18per month inc. VAT
 
SSANGYONG KORANDO 2.2 LE 5dr Auto
Ssangyong Korando2.2 Le 5dr Auto
Business£279.49per month ex. VAT
Personal£335.39per month inc. VAT
 
Ssangyong Korando1.5 Elx 5dr
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Ssangyong Korando1.5 Ventura 5dr
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Ssangyong Korando1.5 Ultimate 5dr
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Ssangyong Korando1.5 Ultimate 5dr Auto
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Ssangyong Korando2.2 Ultimate 4x4 5dr Auto
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The name Korando is a contraction of "Korea Can Do" and if you look at the quality motors the country has shipped in recent years, they certainly can. Believe it or not, the Ssangyong Korando is now in its third generation and looks and feels very close to its competitors such as iX35, Sportage and the Kuga. Have a look at the Ssangyong Korando if you want something a little different.

Key Ssangyong Korando Points

The key point to make with the Ssangyong Korando is that it is a relatively unknown brand is a very competitive market and is quite rare. It is also rather quick for a large SUV. Disappointingly however that the choice of trims and engines is rather slim, there is just a 2.0 diesel available to lease with either a 6-speed manual or automatic to choose from. Trims available are SE4 and ELX4. You can also choose between 2 and 4 wheel drive. The Korando is also relatively cheap to lease despite its rarity and would be a good choice if you can get over that the only reason people would turn their heads is to ask "What IS that?". The SsangYong Korando's seven-year warranty makes it the perfect personal leasing vehicle.

Why Lease a Ssangyong Korando

The Korando is a well-made car, looks great, has a decent engine and is fairly cheap. Lease a Ssangyong Korando if you are after something a little different but will perform just as well for you. The Korando has had its interior space reviewed with very positive feedback and was heralded as the vehicle that would bring Ssangyong more into the public eye. Make no mistake, you may not have heard of them but they are a good manufacturer and this a good vehicle. If you remember, at one point Kia was unheard of and look at them now.

Five reasons to lease a Ssangyong Korando

  • Vast interior space 
  • Cheap 4x4 options 
  • Strong looks 
  • Rare model 
  • Looks modern
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Conclusion

To conclude, the Ssangyong Korando is a brilliantly well made car with modern SUV good looks, massive interior space and big diesel engines. The Korando is an option to take if you want the full 4x4 capabilities on the cheap. Although a lack of engines let it down at least the important one is there which is the 2.0 diesel. Have a look around the Ssangyong Korando car leasing hub today if you are still unsure. View all Special Offers.

Other Large SUVs To Consider

The Ssangyong Korando is a fine sports utility vehicle to lease but it isn't the only one you should consider. Why not take a look at one of these other recommended SUVs:

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