This is just a selection of our lease deals. You can view all our offers and fully tailor your search to find the best deal to suit your needs.
The Ssangyong Korando may not be the most renowned SUV on the market, but the Korean manufacturer’s family car has a seven-year warranty, boat loads of space and great safety features as standard.
In its most basic trim, the Korando ELX has everything you’ll need to make long-distance and local journeys. Rear parking sensors, cruise control, traffic sign recognition and lane departure warning are all standard. So, whether you’re just rolling through the city or hitting the motorways you can do so with ease.
Two engines are available for the Korando – a 1.5-litre petrol and 1.6-litre diesel – the latter of which comes with a six-speed automatic gearbox as standard and the option of four-wheel-drive. The convenience of the self-shifting transmission and respectable 51.4mpg fuel economy work wonders for those of you making regular long journeys. If frequent blasts on the UK’s A roads isn’t your preferred route, then the alternatively fuelled unit still offers a decent 42.2mpg return and feels engaging enough at varying speeds.
Interior build quality in the Korando is both pleasing on the eye and to touch, with more shiny finishes across the dashboard and an infotainment system which is integrated into the surface much smoother than that of the Kia Sportage. The system includes a sleek 8” touchscreen display which is fast, easy to use and comes with DAB radio and OEM surround sound. If you get sick of the local channels easily, look to top-spec Ultimate models which get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.
So what about practicality? For starters, the Korando won’t be beaten on shoulder room as its width is one of the best in its class. Three identical seats in the back means carrying five adults is possible, though if you’re doing this a lot you may want to consider a diesel engine for more power when loading the car with more weight. Cupholders in the front and back, along with a big cubby underneath the central armrest up in the cockpit. There’s even a space for your phone under the climate controls, along with a handy USB port to keep you charged up on the move.
The story for the boot isn’t to dissimilar. A 12V socket might be the last thing you notice among the 511-litre space which greets you after opening up the back door, but its particularly useful if you want to plug a hoover in and give it a much-needed clean after some family adventure.
Compare prices now to get the best offer on a Ssangyong Korando lease deal from Moneyshake.