SAMSUNG SM 5 1998 - 2004
The Samsung SM5 is a car manufactured by Renault Samsung Motors but, just like the other automobiles produced by the company, based on a Nissan model. The SM5 is actually a Nissan Teana with lower specifications, the original Nissan model being used by the South Korean company in the manufacturing process of the SM7 edition.
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SsangYong is trying to show us the beauty, despite not being found in the eye of any beholder, is not everything. The company recently launched an ambulance version of the Rodius crossover in the UK. This is based on the four-wheel drive Rodius EX and is marketed as an off-road ambulance, with the first unit going... Continue Reading →
Following the launch of the Renault Fluence ZE, now it’s Samsung’s turn to showcase their version of the car (the orignal version, in fact), the SM3 ZE. We always noticed that the Fluence ZE had an extremely ugly front grille, and that’s due to it being changed for the sake of being different to the... Continue Reading →
Although it might sound a little hard to believe, Renault Samsung Motors has been ranked quality leader on the South Korean market for the 9th year in a row. Of course, this was only an annual survey conducted by Marketing Insight that took into consideration initial quality, durability, marketability, design, sales,... Continue Reading →
Largely unknown to the European and American consumers, the Korean group Samsung also has an automotive division. Far from being just a whim of the electronics giant, the auto division, 80 percent owned by French manufacturer Renault, is a constant presence in Asia and Oceania and is now getting ready to unveil its e... Continue Reading →