When it comes to Korean cars, there’s no doubt that they have now achieved – and on some numbers – even surpassed their Japanese rivals.

Once seen as cheap nasty alternatives, Hyundai and Kia at very least have well and truly entered the mainstream and are widely accepted by Australia’s buyers.

We know that story though, which is why this time we’re looking at a different one. It’s a name from the past that hopes to reignite some of that Korean success… SsangYong.

After a less than ideal start for the brand during the ‘90s where its design and quality couldn’t quite match the standards of even its Korean rivals, it is back bigger and better than before. Can its latest model, the Korando mid-size SUV be the car that changes Australia’s mind on the brand?

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