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The CSX has a high level of equipment as standard

THERE’S good news from SsangYong if you’re thinking of buying a Korando. The Korean manufacturer is cutting most SsangYong Korando prices for autumn, and this includes the CSX Commercial.

The good-looking car-derived van, styled by Italian car designer Giorgetto Giugiaro of Ital Design, is available with an CVOTR price of £13,995, an ex-VAT saving of £2,000.

The four-wheel-drive CSX has a level of equipment usually found in more expensive vehicles, including Electronic stability programme (ESP) with Hill Start Assist, ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Active Rollover Protection (ARP).

The cab is comfortable and well appointed

They are also come with electric windows front and rear, air conditioning, cruise control and a Kenwood MP3 CD & RDS radio with iPod & Bluetooth, remote audio controls and six speakers, rear parking sensors, and leather covered steering wheel and gear shift.

Power comes from a 2-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine developing maximum power of 149hp and 360NM of torque, providing a two-tonne towing capability.

The CSX is offered with a five-year limitless mileage warranty that protects all SsangYong models.

Read Business Vans’ road test reviews of the CSX Commercial and SsangYong Sports.


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