4SssangYong Stavic A100.II (No Badge)
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SssangYong Stavic A100.II (No Badge) (2009-2015)

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4SssangYong Stavic A100.II (No Badge)
4.7

17 reviews

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94% · 161 · 6%

Build Quality
4.0
Value for Money
5.0
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.5
Noise Level
3.5
Braking
4.5
Acceleration / Power
4.0
Gear Shifting
4.0
Suspension
4.0
Fuel Efficiency
4.0
Handling
4.5
Interior Design
3.5
Boot Size
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Features
4.0

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17 reviews
Muzaffar
MuzaffarSydney, NSW2 posts
  Stavic A100.II

Best value for money

Purchased 2nd hand stavic due to low budget for a 7 seater thinking would it be good or not but it was an amazing experience how good this car is. Its great for a family with huge space and drives excellent. Usually this car is available in low budget but performs well than many big brands. It got Mercedes diesel engine.
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Raymond
RaymondSouth East Queensland, QLD14 posts
  Fair Incentive Stavic A100.II

A value for money people mover

2015 model with upgraded steering wheel, purchased 14 months ago with 42000 on the clock, cloth trim for $13,500. Driving very smooth, huge room for passengers and loads, quieter than I thought. Fuel economical, Value for money. When bought, one of the rear cup holder racks and two of aircon outlet grills broken, fixed by dealer as still in the warranty(it was first time sold in 2017). Good warranty service from dealer!

Only problem is one of the rear Kumho tyre(factory one) was out of shape, resulting the whole vehicle rattle. I have heard Kumho's bad name for over ratio of recycled rubber. Now just have the experience by myself. Also same as other review, paint on door handle and other trim easy to be off. Not a big issue. Show details

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Had
HadSydney Surrounds, NSW8 posts
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Completley Amazed. Unexpectedly good

I'm in the motor trade (as a dealer) and got this car as a trade in and expected it to be complete garbage. I drove it and then kept it for my own family use and have been completely amazed at how good a family car this is. Seems to get quite good fuel economy heaps of room, and is the only 7 seater I can name that actually has useable luggage space with all 7 seats in use. It almost has as much space as a Pajero with 5 seats in use.

So its good, real good. To my complete surprise.

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taxane
taxaneGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC
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Paul
PaulMelbourne11 posts
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Amod B
Amod BSydney
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Sparky
SparkyAU7 posts
  Stavic A100.II

Awesome car

Great car for the price. Minus a little trouble from the diff, needing a replacement under warranty, it's smooth to drive. A little slow on the uptake compared to the Triton, but hey fill it with kids and there's no rush. A maroon interior would be nice, but the grey is sufficient. I am having issues with the airbag light, due to get fixed for the third time under warranty, however. Heaps of boot space. Bluetooth works great. Maybe one day they will bring in the 9 seated version. 4wd too??.

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Ed of Parra
Ed of ParraSydney39 posts
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StavicOwnerSydney
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Nice car but the warranty sucks!

I like the Stavic, the service costs are very high, and the warranty is terrible. The minivan has a decent engine, lots of room, but feels very cheap. Two plastic parts inside the centre console broke during normal use. ParramattaAutoCentre refused to fix under their warranty or ACL. $345 Unhappy!

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Carless
CarlessAdelaide4 posts
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Francis
Francis2 posts
  Stavic A100.II

Early days but good so far

Quiet and comfortable on highway for 7-8 lts/100 kms. Surprisingly powerful. So far reliable (purchased with 33k, now 47k). As per other posts, has great interior room and tows well. Some cheap items such as rear wiper switch on dash rather than stalk, and aircon/ventilation system is confusing, but overall fantastic value for money. Bigger test will be reliability over long term. Also the local dealer is awful so have had to service elsewhere. But i agree with others, with better marketing, these would sell in far greater numbers. Best thing is to test drive and see for yourself. You too will be pleasantly surprised as it will exceed your expectations given its price.

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Jmc
JmcPerth5 posts
  Stavic A100.II

Towing

I have just had a requirement to tow a 6 x 4 trailer loaded with chipboard completely filling the trailer. The Stavic never even noticed the load.This vehicle continues to impress. I have just past 6000 kms. Still early days but I definitely recommend this 7 seat vehicle fuel economy has been 12 Kls. per lt. in a city 100/200 country drive.

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Michael_Duggan
Michael_DugganPerth, WA7 posts
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StavicOwnerToowoomba
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Jmc
JmcPerth5 posts
  Stavic A100.II

Underrated vehicle

A brilliant people mover, l purchased a 2016 Stavic and cannot fualt it admittedly I have only travelled 3000 kilometres . It's quiet for a diesel with plenty of power. I only wish that it had a reversing camera built in. Seating 7 adults with real leg room and a boot, it still keeps surprising me a real pleasure to drive.

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