Ssangyong Stavic MPV, the Large MPV Car Of The Year 2010 offers a great value for money for those who really wants to fit 11 passengers. Stavic Vs Starex, a common comparison and a very close competitor in Large MPV segment. But the Stavic got lesser attention due to infamous brand but it is still a good car which you can get from as low as RM99,999 and that price is below 100k dude! So here we just want to share the Stavic SV specification and images.
The Stavic Luxury MPV is truly a remarkable blend of power, space and economy. With a powerful 165bhp direct injection diesel engine
SSANGYONG STAVIC SV 270 XDI LARGE MPV 11 SEATER SPEC
Displacement: 2696 ccm (164.51 cubic inches)
Engine type: Inline, 5 cylinder
Max power: 165.00 PS (121 kW or 163 HP) at 4000 Rev. per min.
Max torque: 342.00 Nm (34.9 kgf-m or 252.3 ft.lbs) at 2400 Rev. per min.
Bore x stroke: 86.2 x 92.4 mm (3.4 x 3.6 inches)
Fuel system: Injection
Valves per cylinder: 4
Fuel control: Double overhead cam (DOHC)
Gearbox: Automatic, 5-speed
Speed and acceleration
Top speed: 174.0 km/h (108.1 mph)
0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 13.8 seconds
Power/weight ratio: 0.0858 PS/kg
Exterior and interior
Max no. of doors: 5
Passenger space: 4560 litres (1,205 gallons)
Cargo space: 520 litres (137 gallons)
Optional cargo space: 520 litres (137 gallons)
Aerodynamic dragcoefisient: 0.4
Climate control: Climate control
Steering, brakes and tires
Steering: Power assisted.
Front brakes: Ventilated disks
Rear brakes: Disks
Brake details: Antilocking brake system, Electronic brake distribution
Front tire dimensions: 255/45-R17
Rear tire dimensions: 255/45-R17
Dimensions and weight
Weight: 1923 kg (4,239.5 pounds)
Max weight with load: 2007 kg (4,424.7 pounds)
Towing weight: 2800 kg (6,172.9 pounds)
Overall length: 5130 mm (202.0 inches)
Overall width: 1830 mm (72.0 inches)
Overall height: 1920 mm (75.6 inches)
Wheelbase: 3010 mm (118.5 inches)
Fuel capacity: 80.0 litres (21.14 gallons)
FUEL CONSUMPTION :
7.3-11.2 litres per 100km
13.7 km/l to 8.93 km/l
About Ssangyong Malaysia
Competitive Supreme Sdn Bhd (CSSB) is the sole importer and distributor of SsangYong Motor Company for Malaysia.
CSSB obtained the SsangYong franchise in December 2001 and we began our operations in July 2002. When we first started back then, we were importing and distributing Completely Built up (CBU) SsangYong vehicles, namely the Luxury 7 Seater Rexton Sports Utility Vehicle.
Less than 2 years after its launch in Malaysia, the Rexton became the market leader in the large SUV segment. The very strong demand for the Rexton spurred us to venture into Completely Knocked Down (CKD) for this model. In August 2006, just over four years after we began our operations, we launched the world’s first CKD SsangYong Rexton II that was locally assembled in Pekan, Pahang.
The success of the CKD Rexton II led CSSB to start another first with the launch of the world’s first CKD SsangYong Actyon Sports in late June 2007, less than a year after the launch of the CKD Rexton II. The Actyon Sports is not only the world’s first CKD for the model but it is also the first SUV based twin cabin pick-up truck in Malaysia, making it a truly luxurious Sports Utility Truck.
Apart from the two CKD models, CSSB also distributes and markets other popular CBU SsangYong models such as the Stavic Super Size Luxury MPV and the Kyron Luxury 5 Seater SUV.
CSSB is an importer and distributor well known for its commitment toward customer satisfaction. From the time we started business, our aim has been to provide our customers with a positive and memorable ownership experience.
We have invested a substantial amount on developing our own infrastructure as well as assisting our dealers and business partners in developing their network.
Currently, CSSB has six of its own 3S centres strategically located throughout the country in Petaling Jaya, Johor Bahru, Penang, Kuching, Miri and Kota Kinabalu. Over and above these outlets, we also have showrooms in Bangsar and Kota Kinabalu.
In addition to our own 3S centres, CSSB has a dealer network of 23 sales outlets and 20 service outlets throughout the country.
We also understand that the best infrastructure would not be effective without properly trained professional staff and we constantly strive to train and improve everyone in the SsangYong network. Our technicians have received extensive training from our Principal in Korea. We also run technical training programs at our own in house training centre located at our Central 3S-centre in Petaling Jaya.
We are confident that when it comes to maintaining SsangYong vehicles, no one can do it better than CSSB. Our people have been trained by the same people who designed and built the vehicles and we have direct communication with them so that when we do encounter a special situation, the engineers who designed and built the systems in the cars can provide us with immediate assistance. No other company in Malaysia has such direct communications with SsangYong.