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    Default New Ssangyong yes or no ?

    Every year I get a opportunity from Ssangyong to Upgrade my current Ssangyong really cheap . I know Ssangyongs are not a Ideal 4x4
    But this years options are

    Ssangyong Kyron 270XDI
    Ssangyong Rexton II 270 XDI Trip Tronic
    Ssangyong Actyon or Actyon Sports 200XDI 6speed auto

    All these will cost me R28 000 -40 000 after I trade my Musso back in
    Last edited by JGoosen; 2008/08/29 at 01:34 PM.

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    Jacques vir die upgrade prys klink dit nie sleg nie.
    "Ability is what gives you the opportunity belief is what gets you there"

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    Just remember that the kyron has a space saver spare.

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    The kyron also do not have enought space for a full size spare

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    All I am worried about the newer Ssangyong are all the electronics Its very temping to upgrade , But is it wise to pay another R40K or so and be stuck with a Ssangyong again ? Any how there is one Tempting model in the line up the Ssangyong Rextron XVT SPR (Due for release soon)

    Here the Quick Specs
    137KW@4100 RPM
    402NM@1600 RPM
    Running Ground Clearence 234mm
    Front/Rear Axle Clearance :253mm and 205MM
    8-Link independent, coil spring
    Low Range Reduction:2.48:1
    Tracion Control System (Same as the Merc ML)

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    But its all just a Idea for now .. And Dare a say I rather drive a Nissan, Toyota or a Land Rover
    Last edited by JGoosen; 2008/08/29 at 04:13 PM.

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    almal is geregtig op hul afwykings.............
    Now driving a daihatsu.....

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    Jacques, vir wat dit werd is:

    SsangYong help my al die afgelope twee jaar met 'n sleepvoertuig challenges toe. My gunsteling is die Action Sport manual dbl cab 4x4. Dis wel 'n 2l maar die ding het baie spasie en woema! Die afgelope naweek met 'n 2.7 auto 4x4 Rexton geleep. Al die bells en wistles wat 5spd auto, tiptronic, elektriese geheue bestuursitplek, 18" wielle, ABS, leer sitplekke, mags, "windhond" kantspieëls wat elektries invou en vanself effe af stel indien jy agteruit ry, goeie klank sisteem, speed controll en baie controll knoppies op die stuurwiel gehad. Nie bad nie maar ek verkies die Action Sport, hy's vinniger. Dan het ou Terrance, die skilpadjie wat met die haas resies gejaag het, ook al duty gedoen. Ja, Terrance is die 2.9 Musso Bakkie!!! Asseblief, moet dit nooit weer aan my doen nie!! Die Action SUV (?) is blykbaar baie ekonomies ook, het sy klas in die Total Economy Run gewen. Dankie aan Hennie Becker van hoofkantoor en Kenny Ferguson van Gezina tak vir hulle hulp en bystand.

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    Ek het rukkie terug a Actyon sports 2.0L tot my beskiking gehad , En hy is defenitief stadiger en sleep nie so lekker soos my Musso nie, Ons het al head to head drag ook gedoen en die musso hardloop die Actyon weg tot 140km/h. Maar aan die ander kant my musso het n grooter turbo op en hardloop inplaas van 0.75bar 1.1Bar . Ek moet se overal package lyk die Actyong Sports 2.0 6speed auto na die beste opsie . Maar ek is rerig net bekomerd oor hoe die Actyon offroad gaan wees . Sal weer een moet reel en bietjie offroad gaan speel . Cornel doen jou self 'n guns en vrae Hennie dat hy vir julle n Rexton 2 leen met VGT turbo
    Last edited by JGoosen; 2008/09/01 at 08:39 PM.

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    Ek het vir 3 maande SSang yong verkoop en moet met alle eerlikheid se by AMH workshop in Bellville staan 'n Rexton al vir 4 mnde sonder 'n dif en die Coutesy kar wat hulle die ou geleen het is 'n Charade (ek vermoed hy moet die Charade hou gaan viniger parte kry.)
    Die mense in Korea se sy diff is op backorder, nou as die vervaardigers dit op back order sit wie maak die bleddie ding.
    Het self ssang yong so ek is nie negatief nie net skepties oor die nuwe goed.
    Verskil is ek het 'n ou ding baie parte beskikbaar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAN30 View Post
    Ek het vir 3 maande SSang yong verkoop en moet met alle eerlikheid se by AMH workshop in Bellville staan 'n Rexton al vir 4 mnde sonder 'n dif en die Coutesy kar wat hulle die ou geleen het is 'n Charade (ek vermoed hy moet die Charade hou gaan viniger parte kry.)
    Die mense in Korea se sy diff is op backorder, nou as die vervaardigers dit op back order sit wie maak die bleddie ding.
    Het self ssang yong so ek is nie negatief nie net skepties oor die nuwe goed.
    Verskil is ek het 'n ou ding baie parte beskikbaar.
    Wow Teminste gee Bellville courtesy cars All Ssangyong se diffs's is either KSC of Tongil

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    Dis nogal waar maar hyt 2 mde gewag vir die motor. Het al met die Kyron gaan 4x4 nogal heel indrukwekkend sal net meer groudclearance wil he, maar is verder 'n lekker rit en die Rexton is self 'n ongelooflike ryding ( net te elektronies vir my liking)
    Die Actyon het nie low range nie so is nie altyd sterk genoeg nie. (ongeveer dieselfde as die terios of rav)

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    Took possession of a new ACTYON - last week
    Great diesel, full size spare, little bit of a lag, with Turbo - nothing to worry about.
    Design is unique and everyone who see's her - is crazy about her..
    I would def consider staying with SSANGYONG going forward..
    I hope SSANGYONG & SAIC sort the recievership issues out
    SSangyong did restart production on Mon - lets hope economy in Chinaand SSANGYONG Sales survive..
    In short - my 2c - YES TRADE SSANGYONG A EXCELLENT VALUE FOR MONEY

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    Wooohooo where did all the Ssangyong owners come from all of a sudden ? I was always the odd one out in the 4x4 scene with my Musso

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    Luckily that problem has been taken are of. Welcome in the light Jaques.
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    Smile musso 602el 4x4 repair

    I am in PE and acquired a musso when assisting others in moving from Johannesburg. I enjoy the slow nature and the attitude of the car.The matter is that I would like to get the 4x4 transfer operational and the front hubs locking and unlocking.I have browsed this forum and enjoy the help from the members already received.the car is in good order and we want to send it to a reserve to look after some 4x4 trips that will assist older and younger 'conservators'. this is not a commercial endeavour at all.

    Please tell me where I find the computer analysis inspection connections on this model kptf0b1bssp055467. I would like to get to at least have a good understanding of the systems and mechanicals before I use the more expensive agents etc.. please help
    Ron Pask

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    http://www.anagabriela.ro/Manuale%20...al-engleza.pdf
    Try this link if it doesnt work PM me I have it at home
    This file has all the info on all the Ssang yong engines and dont worry about the Daewoo name its sold as Daewoo in other countries
    Last edited by JAN30; 2009/03/09 at 04:32 PM.
    Voorkom diefstal. Koop 'n Korando!!!!!!!!1

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    Hi Ronpask

    If you are interested I can help with the full manual etc on Disk


    Please call me 083 399 4996 or
    mail me on [email protected]

    Atties Motors 041 487 2062 does a good job on repairs on our
    Takbokke (Moose) I was refered there by a fellow Moosenaut


    Regards Koot
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    Default New Actyon Sports Auto

    Hey guys
    i need your help. I am looking at buying myself a actyon sports auto. Took a test drive with it, well not to bad. Atleast it does not feel like an oil tanker (stavic) no offence to any one who drives one. Well i just need some advise of this car. Currently driving a wonderfull tupperware party (Chev optra 1.8LT)

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    What do you want to use it for?
    If you wanna start the bundu bash lifestyle there are allot of other options which will suit you better.
    Just town driving and the ocasional light offroading it will be fine but then you can also look at cars like the Xtrail or quasquai (no idee how they spell that tongue twister) Terios Rav 4 Honda CRV etc
    I drive a Ssang Yong and I am happy until I need to find any part for it.
    Just something to think about.
    Hope it helped
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