Updated at the end of 2017 Korando makes a confident, contemporary statement, whilst maintaining the good looking chunky lines first penned by Giugiaro. The latest Korando builds on its well known abilities – towing, load space, value and warranty.
Korando’s stying has been subtly updated with changes to both exterior and interior, however it remains an elegant but more purposeful alternative to more mainstream competitors that can’t match Korando’s grit and heavy duty abilities.
With an interior that’s functional, ergonomic and elegant Korando matches its exterior style with interior practicality. Now with a chunky new steering wheel to update its controls Korando looks and feels better than ever.
Korando has a justifiable reputation for offering a level of value unsurpassed by its peers. Add a diesel engine, 4×4 and automatic transmission and Korando stands clear ahead of its peers in terms of value for money.
It’s no co-incidence that Korando won the Caravan Club towcar of the year (sub £16K) back in 2014. With an uprated engine now with 400NM Korando is winning many friends in the towing world.
Korando offers a sophisticated Torque-on-Demand 4×4 system which controls 4×4 application through its electronic systems. Add in the 400NM of torque provided by the 2.2L diesel engine and Korando has the recipe for a great performance.