SsangYong Rodius

SsangYong Rodius

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The SsangYong Rodius (sold in some regions as the Stavic) is a large MPV/SUV released in early 2004 by the Korean automaker SsangYong Motor Company.

It is available in 7, 9, and 11 seat configurations (3 or 4 rows), a 5-seater version is also available in Hong Kong.

The engines are the Mercedes-Benz licenced 3.2 L 6-cylinder gasoline engine ( & ) and the 2.7 L 5-cylinder common rail diesel engine ( & ).

In 2007, the Rodius received a facelift.


The car was designed by Ken Greenley, former head of the automotive design course at the Royal College of Art in London. The design goal was to capture the essence of a luxury yacht. In 2005 the Rodius won the dubious distinction of being voted "the ugliest car ever made" by visitors to motoring website CarData, and is described by Top Gear Magazine as a car "that looks like it got bottled in a pub brawl and stitched back together by a blind man" as well as being described as "having a face like a burnt thong" by the Australian magazine Wheels. In 2010, the Australian magazine liftout of the......
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