Limited Edition Ssangyong Korando Sports DMZ Called For Duty

Ssangyong’s British arm has revealed a new DMZ limited edition for the Korando Sports, featuring army-inspired camouflaged paintwork, roof rails and 18in alloy wheels.

There are no mechanical changes done over this new limited edition, with the DMZ still powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine producing 155PS and 360Nm of torque between 1,500rpm and 2,800rpm.

Fuel economy is a combined 37.7mpg UK while the flat rear deck offers enough space to take a euro pallet, with a payload rating of 1 tonne and a towing capability of up to 2,7 tonnes.

Customers can also choose from a range of optional hard covers for weather protection and security over the load area.

Ssangyong takes pride at the fact that the Korando Sports offers a coil-spring multi-link rear suspension instead of the dated leaf springs, giving their pickup a near-SUV character on the road and better NVH levels.

The DMZ is priced at £19,195 (excluding VAT), with the regular models starting at £14,495 (again, no VAT), making the Korando Sports the cheapest double cab pickup truck you can buy in the UK.


  • zsheps

    DMZ? That’s an amazing name for a Korean pickup hahahaha

  • xDRAN0x

    Hello Ford Ranger

  • haudit

    Given the current heightened tensions along the DMZ between North and South Korea, I can’t decide if this is a stroke of absolute genius or an absolute clanger in the very worst possible taste. It’s possibly both.