As per a recent report that has surfaced, Mahindra is considering propelling the Ssangyong Korando in India this year. The Korando has been spotted on test numerous times, however as of not long ago, Mahindra authorities have kept up that they are examining the reduced SUV for a local dispatch without firming any arrangements.
The report refers to sources as saying Mahindra would limit generation of the Korando to touch base at a focused cost. The Indian UV pro is planning to tackle the Renault Duster, Nissan Terrano and the anticipated Hyundai ix25 with the Korando.
The Korando got a significant facelift in August 2013. The facelift carried upgraded headlights with projector lights, another grille and guard, new alloy wheels and another instrument comfort with soft touch fabrics to the compact SUV.
Ssangyong additionally asserted a general change to the NVH levels, and a 8.4 percent change in fuel proficiency. The Korando in Korea is offered with 2.0-liter petrol and diesel motors combined to 6-speed manual and automatic transmissions. The diesel motor comes in power outputs of 149 PS and 175 PS, while the petrol puts out 149 PS.
Highlights, for example, 6 airbags, ABS, EBD, Hill Start Assist, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, an electronic dynamic head-limitation and back stopping sensors are seen on the Korando. The Korando will be pegged between Rs 9-12 lakhs which would mean that it would be present slightly above the Scorpio but below the XUV 500.
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