SsangYong Korando vs Hyundai ix35 - specifications

 SsangYong Korando EX 4WD AutoHyundai ix35 Premium 4WD Auto
On the road price/total as tested£22,995/£24,596£24,395/£24,395
Residual value (after 3yrs/36,000)£6,439/28.0%£11,173/45.8%
Depreciation£16,556£13,222
Annual tax liability std/higher rate£1,440/£2,879£1,439/£2,878
Annual fuel cost (12k/20k miles)£3,287/£5,479£3,449/£5,749
Ins. group/quote/road tax band/cost19/£442/J/£24522/£409/J/£245
Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd serviceTBA£344/£492/£417
Length/wheelbase4,410/2,650mm4,410/2,640mm
Height/width1,710/1,830mm1,670/1,820mm
Engine4cyl in-line/1,998cc4cyl in-line/1,995cc
Peak power/revs 173/4,000 bhp/rpm181/4,000 bhp/rpm
Peak torque/revs 360/2,000 Nm/rpm392/1,800 Nm/rpm
Transmission 6-spd auto/4wd6-spd auto/4wd
Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel57 litres/sealant58 litres/full size
Boot capacity (seats up/down) 486/1,312 litres465/1,436 litres
Kerbweight/payload/towing weight1,747/513/2,000kg1,712/428/1,600kg
Turning circle/drag coefficient10.8 metres/N/A10.6 metres/0.37Cd
Basic warranty/recovery5yrs (unltd)/1yr5yrs (unltd)/5yrs
Service intervals/UK dealers12,000 (1yr)/ 5220,000 (1yr)/146
Driver Power manufacturer/dealer pos.N/A/N/A4th/8th
Euro NCAP: Adult/child/ped./starsN/A90/88/54/5 stars
0-60/30-70mph9.5/9.9 secs8.5/8.8 secs
30-50mph (in kickdown)3.8 secs3.4 secs
50-70mph (in kickdown)6.1 secs5.4 secs
Top speed/rpm at 70mph 116mph/2,200rpm121mph/2,100rpm
Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph 59.8/43.5/9.9m55.4/39.3/9.6m
Auto Express economy/range23.4mpg/293 miles22.3mpg/285 miles
Govt urban/extra-urban/combined 29.5/44.9/37.7mpg31.0/46.3/39.2mpg
Actual/claimed CO2/tax bracket324/199g/km/32%339/189g/km/30%
Airbags/Isofix/rear parking sensorsSix/yes/yesSix/yes/yes
Automatic box/stability/cruise controlYes/yes/yesYes/yes/yes
Climate control/leather/heated seatsYes/yes/yesYes/part/yes
Metallic paint/xenon lights/keyless go£500/no/no£495/no/yes
Sat-nav/USB connection/Bluetooth£999/no/yes£1,100/yes/yes

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