4SsangYong Stavic

SsangYong Stavic (2005-2015) (page 2)

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4.5

51 reviews · Statistics

PositivevsNegative
90% · 465 · 10%

Build Quality
3.8 (5)
Value for Money
5.0 (5)
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.8 (5)
Noise Level
3.6 (5)
Braking
4.3 (6)
Acceleration / Power
4.2 (6)
Gear Shifting
4.5 (6)
Suspension
3.8 (6)
Fuel Efficiency
4.7 (6)
Handling
4.3 (6)
Interior Design
3.8 (5)
Boot Size
5.0 (6)
Comfort
4.5 (6)
Features
3.8 (6)
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Reviews

SsangYong Stavic51 reviews
ExpeditionsandEvents
ExpeditionsandEvents45 posts
  Stavic A100.II SPR

Great solid car

Just seen the SPR in the flesh for the first time today. The leather seats make a big difference to the overall ambiance of the car. Also one of the problems is that on the base model there the speedo is in the middle and difficult to see is solved - the SPR puts a digital odometer behind the steering wheel.

I have created a Facebook group for people who own a Ssangyong Stavic, or are thinking about buying one.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1440444579516458/

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Ken
KenQLDSouth East Queensland, QLD5 posts
  A100.I / A100 Euro IV
Frank
Frank  
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What about the warranty cover. Does it not apply in this case. Since you have said 2 years. I assume the normal warranty is 3 years so you would have been within the warranty and Km period!!!!

Sharyn
SharynCanberra7 posts
  A100.II
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Darren505
Darren505Melbourne7 posts
  A100.I / A100 Euro IV
magwelding
magweldingAU
  A100.I / A100 Euro IV
JuzzApp
JuzzAppAU
  A100.I / A100 Euro IV
bluebus
bluebus
  A100.I / A100 Euro IV

Excellent

I have owned my Stavic for 8 months and am extremely happy with it. It fits two child seats with access between them to the rear seats and has more space behind the back seats than any other people mover that I have seen. It has also proved to be a very capable tow vehicle. After owning a wide variety of other vehicle, another impressive feature is the build quality.
Excellent economy and very comfortable
Some people have suggested that she is ugly, obviously they need their eyes checked.
Sheep
Sheep24 posts
  A100.I / A100 Euro IV
Jan
Jan  
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tyconcheyle
tyconcheyle6 posts
  A100.I / A100 Euro IV

Good

I love the car, it drives smooth and has not trouble handling the road and hills with cruise control on, the features are great and placed well in the car. The service centre in Bundoora is awesome and helpful and friendly - DO NOT USE BAYSWATER they do not do what they promise.
beautiful to drive, has everything you need, cup holders, cassette, cd, radio, under seat storage, glasses case, tray in the rear, plenty of charging outlets, spacious, carpet comes out to be washed in machine, has a mercedes engine without the proce tag
the back seats have to be taken out and they are very heavy, Can not remove the middle seats, did not come with tinted windows
crusherop
crusherop
  A100.I / A100 Euro IV

Excellent

overall i love this vehicle i would buy another one tommorow lots of power huge fuel economy very comfortable i drove from SA to WA 2200kms in 2 days and loved every second of it wasnt aching as you would in most cars good to go four wheel driving in could be a little higher though but to rap it up well done to ssangyong
excellent people mover i bought the sv270 sports plus 12 months ago loved it that much i have just bought the 2.7 4x4 limited love it even more and as for peoples comments on the styling have another look
8 seater would of been nice blind spot for drivers looking to the left of windscreen (rear view mirror) and not much sight out of the back window
spacy250
spacy250WAPerth, WA24 posts
  A100.I / A100 Euro IV

Excellent

The best is value for money, you can buy a new Stavic for the same price as a 2006 Tarago with 40000 kms on the clock and it is diesel. The fuel economy is great, 8.7ltrs/100kms and there is plenty of room and comes with all the fruit. My family loves it. We had a Tarago previously and this vehicle beats it hands down.
Great car. people say it is ugly but I think that this people mover isnt as daggy as what the Tarago looks and is a lot nicer to drive. Took one test drive of the new Stavic and was sold there and then. Bought it the next day.
An option of a 8 seater would be good and easy rear folding seats. The seats are way to heavy for my wife to pull out if you want the extra space in the rear.
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