2021 Ssangyong Musso details revealed, on sale next month | Ralph Lauren

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Ssangyong has updated its Musso dual cab ute, with a new look and the option of more features.

Externally it gets a new front end design, plus new 17 and 18-inch wheel designs which have the same dark treatment as the door handles, mirrors and belt lines.

Character lines connect the new front end with the rear combination lights, which now use LEDs.

There is also a choice of six body colours: Grand White, Silky White Pearl, Marble Grey, Space Black, Atlantic Blue, and Indian Red.

Ssangyong Musso.
Camera IconSsangyong Musso. Credit: Supplied

Interior upholstery is available in premium woven fabric, Leather-look TPU or Premium Nappa leather depending on the variant.

As a result of dealer and customer feedback, the top-spec Ultimate is now available with an optional $3000 Luxury Pack, which adds dual zone automatic climate control, power sunroof, Premium Nappa leather upholstery, powered front seats with powered drivers lumbar support and heated rear seats.

The entry-level EX grade has been has been axed, with the previously mid-spec EXL now the entry model of a two-variant line-up.

It’s available with a manual or automatic transmission, while the Ultimate is auto-only.

As before, the Musso has a 2.2-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel engine offering 133kW and 400-420Nm, paired to a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic.

Ssangyong Musso.
Camera IconSsangyong Musso. Credit: Supplied

All variants can once again be had in XLV guise with a 300mm longer tray for an additional $1500.

All variants have a 3500kg towing capacity and payloads from 790-1025kg.

The updated Musso range will go on sale in July.

2021 SSANGYONG MUSSO RECOMMENDED DRIVE AWAY PRICING

  • EXL (man) $34,990
  • EXL (auto) $36,990
  • Ultimate $41,290
  • Ultimate w Luxury Pack $44,290

* add $1500 for XLV tray



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