The first crossover of a small Korean company is attractive primarily for its spacious comfortable interior and an excellent two-liter turbodiesel with a capacity of 175 hp. The motor accelerates the car briskly and at the same time has good traction at low revs, which is especially useful in the city and on light off-road. “New Actyon” is available in both front- and all-wheel drive versions, with manual and automatic transmissions.
The new “Actyon” was needed by “SsangYong” like air. He should help the company float out by grabbing a piece of a huge market pie called the “compact crossover segment”. Image was sacrificed for survival, and the Koreans were the first to launch a lightweight SUV with a monocoque body and independent all-wheel suspension.
Probably, in “Mercedes-Benz”, when they gave “SsangYong” the license for the production of this engine, they did not even imagine that over time the Koreans would be able to take it to the leaders among classmates in many respects. In fact, only the cylinder block remained from the basic engine design on the Actyon. Everything else is new, including a state-of-the-art Common Rail fuel system with 1.800 bar injection pressure and an electronically controlled variable geometry turbocharger.
Year of issue: 2010
Author: “SSANGYONG MOTOR Company”
Genre: Guide to repair and maintenance
Publisher: “SSANGYONG MOTOR Company”
Format: PDF (fully recognized)
Quality: Originally computer (eBook)
Number of pages: 2371
Complete service documentation.