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   May I know who has tried or own this car? How is the drive like and maintenance support?

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Hi all,

I am also doing some homework before i confirm another Stavic.

The challenges i am facing now is where are the spare parts been sold cuz i cant find it online as i do not believe in agents.

Can anyonr assist to enlighten me please?

Hi all,

I am also doing some homework before i confirm another Stavic.

The challenges i am facing now is where are the spare parts been sold cuz i cant find it online as i do not believe in agents.

Can anyonr assist to enlighten me please?

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You have to buy from stockists... did you google for Ssangyongn parts stockists in Singapore?

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Following as the reviews from overseas seem pretty good.

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My recollection of the Stavic is the old one... what's the current one like? How much?

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I test drove it at Motorway today and was very impressed. It was really smooth and responsive for a big spacious car. The interior is basic and fabric seats which is not good for families with small kids/babies.

 

Cost was fairly quoted 6 bid gtee coe $149,888 but nothing else thrown in like most other brands (DVD, tinted windows, in car camera, leather, etc).

 

Same concerns as previous comments though - after sales support and availability of parts.

First 3 years free servicing/warranty was a good counter this.

I'm also concerned about its resale value.

 

Hope to hear more feedback from others as I ponder over this car. Planning to get a MPV end of year (or 9 Jan Motorshow).

 

 

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Hi, I saw the ssangyong stavic at the recent car expo. And i am pretty impressed by its exterior look (Yes looks can be subjective). Its an mpv but looks like an suv which will have a presence on the road. Thats what I am looking for. And I am so reluctant to get a alphard/vellfire cos it really makes me look like an uncle and of course the price will go past the $200k mark. I am currently driving an 8.5 year old Toyota fortuner btw. Prado could be a replacement ption but it can't beat the 9 seater stavic

 

I would like to know whether anyone has owned a ssangyong car before? Any review? Can it last 10 years? Cos I reckon getting a ssangyong will have big depreciation impact once it leaves the showroom. What about servicing and parts? Is motorway reliable?

 

Really appreciate your comments cos I am seriously thinking of getting this car. Thanks!

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Hi, I saw the ssangyong stavic at the recent car expo. And i am pretty impressed by its exterior look (Yes looks can be subjective). Its an mpv but looks like an suv which will have a presence on the road. Thats what I am looking for. And I am so reluctant to get a alphard/vellfire cos it really makes me look like an uncle and of course the price will go past the $200k mark. I am currently driving an 8.5 year old Toyota fortuner btw. Prado could be a replacement ption but it can't beat the 9 seater stavic

 

I would like to know whether anyone has owned a ssangyong car before? Any review? Can it last 10 years? Cos I reckon getting a ssangyong will have big depreciation impact once it leaves the showroom. What about servicing and parts? Is motorway reliable?

 

Really appreciate your comments cos I am seriously thinking of getting this car. Thanks!

 

My dad use to drive a 2008 Stavic. Did not recall the car having any major problems. Only changed those wear and tear parts. Drove up north several times and even Phuket. Car clocked 250,000km before my dad sold it off. It uses Merc technology maybe thats why it is reliable. Cars are made to last if you take of it properly. 

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My dad use to drive a 2008 Stavic. Did not recall the car having any major problems. Only changed those wear and tear parts. Drove up north several times and even Phuket. Car clocked 250,000km before my dad sold it off. It uses Merc technology maybe thats why it is reliable. Cars are made to last if you take of it properly.

Mate, would like to find out more on your dad's experience with stavic. Are you able to pm me (I can't seem to find that option though). Thanks.

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Due to popular feedbacks and requests, We are pleased to announce Our 0% DownPayment Scheme on SsangYong Stavic will extend till end of Nov 2016!!! 

 

 

 

Schemes

 

1. UBER / GRAB SsangYong Stavic 

 

2. NORMAL (PERSONAL)  SsangYong Stavic 

 

 

*note Current stocks only!!! First Come First Basis!!! 

 

 

Models

 

SsangYong Stavic 2.2L (A) 7 Seaters Diesel

 

SsangYong 2L (A) 9 Seaters Diesel

 

 

5 yrs Warranty (* Engine and Transmission covered on 4th & 5th yrs)

5 Yrs FREE Servicing

6 months FREE road tax

NCD is Transferrable

 

 

Unfortunately, due to our company policy, I'm unable to provide any figures. I encourage anyone interested to email me @ eddie@motorway.com.sg or PM me  for further informations or test drive any of our SsangYong Vehicles * SEEING IS BELIEVING * 

 

 

 

Motorway SsangYong

 

Eddie

Edited by seethestars

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All emails replied

 

 

 

 

Motorway SsangYong

Eddie

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Motorway SsangYong Pte. Ltd.

1094 Lower Delta Road,

Motorway Building, 

Singapore 169205

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M 65 9797 nine nine seven nine 

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www.motorway.com.sg

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Kia Sorento 2.2 diesel at $150K and comes with 10 year engine warranty, is another worthy contender. Sits 7, although the interior is not as spacious at the Stavic. But the image is more rugged and macho, and the brand is more established with proven after sales support & higher sales volume, so no worries of lack of spare parts.

 

 

http://www.sgcarmart.com/new_cars/newcars_overview.php?CarCode=11683

 

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Hi all,

I am also doing some homework before i confirm another Stavic.

The challenges i am facing now is where are the spare parts been sold cuz i cant find it online as i do not believe in agents.

Can anyonr assist to enlighten me please?

Hi all,

I am also doing some homework before i confirm another Stavic.

The challenges i am facing now is where are the spare parts been sold cuz i cant find it online as i do not believe in agents.

Can anyonr assist to enlighten me please?

 

Hi Bro..

 

Any recommnded workshop to recommend for Ssangyong Cars In SG / JB? 

Deeply appreciate your help.

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Kia Sorento 2.2 diesel at $150K and comes with 10 year engine warranty, is another worthy contender. Sits 7, although the interior is not as spacious at the Stavic. But the image is more rugged and macho, and the brand is more established with proven after sales support & higher sales volume, so no worries of lack of spare parts.

 

 

http://www.sgcarmart.com/new_cars/newcars_overview.php?CarCode=11683

Bingo, I really ended up getting a 2013 sorento sx! Love the engine's torque in the powerful drive and looks especially sunroof. Not many on the road though.

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soon??

U getting soon?
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