Login Menu

SsangYong van insurance quotes

Compare Van Insurance

  • Quotes from UK insurance providers
  • One short form – save time & money

Don’t have your registration number? No problem, click here.

Compare cheap van insurance quotes from over 60 specialist UK providers, including

Polish Insurance
Budget Insurance

Why use Quotezone.co.uk to compare van insurance policies?


Compare policies from over 60 different van insurance providers

Our van insurance comparison service increases your odds of finding a great deal by comparing 60+ policies side-by-side.


Buy the policy online or by phone

Purchase your van insurance policy quickly and easily, and choose between monthly and annual payment options.


Save time and money

One short form is all it takes to compare quotes from over 60 van insurance providers, side-by-side.


Over three million users

Over three million people use Quotezone.co.uk each year to save money on their policies.


Secure & Encrypted

Quotezone.co.uk is committed to keeping your data safe and secure.


Independent and unbiased service

We aren’t owned by or have any investment from any insurance company.

What people have to say about us

Easy to navigate and found me the best price for car insurance


Basildon, United Kingdom

Thanks to Quotezone I got a great deal on my car insurance . It turned out cheaper than last years.


Gloucester, United Kingdom

4.75/5 from 3370 customer reviews

SsangYong van insurance

SsangYong Motor Company, South Korea’s fourth-largest car company/manufacturer, is a relatively new company. Founded in 1954 as a builder of jeeps and military equipment for the US Army, the name SsangYong was only first used in 1988 after the SsangYong Group took the company over from the Dong-A Motor group. The name SsangYong means twin dragons.

Affiliated with DaimlerChrysler (formerly Daimler-Benz) since 1991, SsangYong is also often discussed as being associated with Daewoo. Daewoo Motors bought a controlling stake in 1997 but sold it off in 2000. Currently, the SAIC (Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation) owns 49% of SsangYong Motors, having acquired it in 2004.

The company produced a number of cars and commercial vehicles, some of which are listed as follows: Passenger Cars SUVs- Rodius(Stavic), Rexton, Musso, Musso SUT, Chairman (based on the Mercedes-Benz W124 and Mercedes-Benz S-Class), Korando Istana (based on the Mercedes-Benz MB100).

Commercial Vehicles include the following : SY Truck and the Transstar.