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2016 SsangYong Rodius

updated: April 15, 2016 18:09 | launched: April 07, 2016

Ssangyong's comeback in the country also featured a large MPV that can sit 11, 9 or 7 persons, depending on the variant. It is the automaker's biggest vehicle and has a configurable seating arrangement for those that need to carry a significant amount of cargo. Like the earlier mentioned crossovers, mid to high-range models will be equipped with touchscreen infotainment, navigation, wireless connectivity and leather seats. The Rodius is propelled by a 2.0-liter turbo diesel and is connected to a 5-speed manual or automatic gearbox.


2016 SsangYong Rodius VARIANTS AND PRICES

2.0 AT AWD ELX 7

1998cc Diesel


2.0 AT EX 9

1998cc Diesel


2.0 MT SX 11

1998cc Diesel

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