New SsangYong Kyron Review
SUV? SAV? One thing is for sure, the SsangYong Kyron is definitely VFM. Designed as a smaller sibling to the Rexton by Ken Greenley, SsangYong's British creative director, the Kyron has a kit list that is matched only by its far more expensive rivals, if its value for money you're looking for, then look no futher than the SsangYong Kyron.
All Kyron models are fitted with air-conditioning, four electric windows and alloy wheels, whilst if you move up to the SE, you will get four-wheel drive, climate control and leather upholstery. Top of the range is the SX, this model has electrically adjustable heated front seats, satellite-navigation and a Mercedes-sourced automatic gearbox and unbelievably you get all of this for just over twenty grand.
Boot space in the Kyron is just as impressive as the incredibly cheap price, seats up and you get a more than remarkable 625 litres, but drop the rear seats and that increases to 1222 litres, never mind small children, you could lose a medium sized adult in there.
Powered by a new generation 2.0 litre common rail diesel engine that produces 140 bhp the Kyron has a host of electrical gadgets fitted to improve the ride and handling, these include anti-lock brakes with electronic brake force distribution, brake assist, hill descent control and active rollover protection.
Like the looks of the Ssangyong Kyron, why not check out the BMW X3, the Volvo XC70, the Toyota Rav4, the Land Rover Freelander or the Jeep Cherokee.
Finance your new Ssangyong Kyron on a PCP car loan work out your monthly payments using our Car Finance Payment Calculator.