SSang Yong Chairman H1997 - ...
Model: Chairman (1997 - ...)
Wikipedia (Chairman): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SsangYong_Chairman
SsangYong renamed the original pre-2008 Chairman model as Chairman H(which has the same design as the 2003-2008 model) to differentiate from the Chairman W. Chairman H kept the same exterior, interior, engine, transmission and features as the previous models. In 2003, the Chairman received a restyled front grille, front and rear headlights and improved interior assembly.
The 2005 Chairman (although based on the 1995 Mercedes-Benz W124) had a lot of electrical features for a car from that year and for a car of that price, including: heated and cooled cup holders, rear parking sensors, rain-sensing wipers, anti-lock brakes, stability and traction controls, illuminated "Chairman" signatures on the door scuff plates and the back seats are individually electrically controlled and can move backwards, forwards, upwards and downwards when the engine is turned on to improve comfort; the driver's seat and the steering wheel behave in a similar way.
Although sold globally, the Chairman H sold very poorly outside Korea, due to both poor reviews and a lack of SsangYong dealerships. This was in part rectified by labelling the car Daewoo in some countries, which also included the Daewoo corporate grille.
In 2011, the Chairman H was once again redesigned, still keeping its Mercedes-Benz design cues.
|2 .3 I4 150||from debut||4-cylinder in-line Petrol||2,299 cc||110 kW (150 PS; 148 hp)|
|2 .8 I6 200||from debut||6-cylinder in-line Petrol||2,799 cc||145 kW (197 PS; 194 hp)|
|3 .2 I6 220||from debut||6-cylinder in-line Petrol||3,199 cc||162 kW (220 PS; 217 hp)|
|3 .6 I6 280||from 2007||6-cylinder in-line Petrol||3,598 cc||205 kW (279 PS; 275 hp)|
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