Rodius was one of the best expectations from Ssangyong , as being very spacious and stylish unlikely to some of its predecessors.
To an extent, it can be said that it is built taking cues from a minivan but eventually that is not the fact.
In interiors, Rodius comes loaded with four row seating arrangements accommodating 11 persons at a time with ample of leg room, complementing enough to spare the heavily figured boot space.
The heavy Korean metal is being offered with two derivations of powerplants i.e. a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four diesel and 3.2-liter V6 petrol, with an optional AWD traction. Both the jags will have to choose from six-speed manual or five-speed automatic gearboxes for raging the transmission.
Rodius had only surfaced in South Korea, but expected to ride the red carpet of Geneva Motor Show as well. Expectations for India is also strong, we hope 2.0 liter diesel will make a good splash here as the carmaker is already enjoying numerous bookings of Ssangyong Rexton, being launched in collaboration with Mahindra.