Musso may refer to:
- Musso, Lombardy, a comune in the Province of Como
- Musso, an Indonesian politician
- Guillaume Musso, a French writer
- Mitchel Musso, an American actor
- Niccolò Musso, an Italian painter
- Musso & Frank Grill, a restaurant in the City of Los Angeles, California
- SsangYong Musso, a South Korean car
- SsangYong Musso Sports, a South Korean pickup truck
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