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SsangYong Turismo

  • tickBig boot
  • tickPretty good on passenger space
  • tickReasonably cheap to buy

SsangYong Turismo MPV (2013 - )

The Ssangyong Turismo is a big car for not much money, but don’t be fooled. The seating arrangement isn’t clever enough, so it’s not actually all that practical. It’s also terrible to drive, poor on quality, ergonomically flawed, expensive to run and, unforgivably, doesn’t have enough safety equipment. There are similarly priced rivals that give you much, much more.
Our verdict

Is the SsangYong Turismo a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

SsangYong Turismo interior

Space, materials, boot size and comfort.

SsangYong Turismo performance

Power, handling, fuel and range.

SsangYong Turismo how good does it look

SsangYong Turismo practicality

SsangYong Turismo drive

SsangYong Turismo reliability

SsangYong Turismo equipment

Our expert review

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Let’s start with the good stuff; the row of seven buttons on the leading edge of the dashboard are big and well-marked. Now onto the bad stuff; the driver’s seat is high-set and has a short base, so despite having electrical adjustment (on all but the entry-level trim), you’ll struggle to find a comfortable position. The foot-operated parking brake is annoying to use, and if you’re tall, the pedal will dig into your shin as you’re going along. The central rear headrest blocks your rear view, while you’ll struggle to see the icons on the display behind the steering wheel. The aftermarket Kenwood touch-screen infotainment system is a nightmare to operate because the menus are illogical, the icons are small and the screen isn’t sensitive enough. The build quality is nowhere near European standards, either. The cabin plastics feel desperately cheap, the assembly feels very flimsy and you’ll hear various interior panels creaking and rattling when you go over bumps.

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