SsangYong Korando Commercial (2012–2020)

What's good

Common rail four-cylinder 2.0-litre engine has plenty of power with 149PS and 360Nm of torque while the six-speed manual gearbox has a decent shift action.

Standard equipment levels are impressive with ESP, alloy wheels, air conditioning, leather steering wheel and rear parking sensors.

Along with 16-inch alloy wheels the Korando also gets 215/65 R16 mud and snow tyres as standard.

What's bad

There's no bulkhead fitted as standard which seems odd given all the other standard equipment. Instead it's a £345 option and we'd say pretty essential.

The optional Kenwood touchscreen sat nav system with DAB and Bluetooth is expensive for what is an aftermarket unit at £999. It's also fiddly to use.

A payload of 433kg is very low compared to other vans.

The carpeted load area looks good and adds to a more upmarket feel but is unlikely to wear well with hard use.

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