Full review of Used Ssangyong Rexton 4×4 What Car?

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Rexton 4×4 full with expert trade

The real attraction of the Rexton is it gives you a lot of car for the money, with like Land Rover space for Freelander money.

Up the dash is well laid and the basically sound driving gives a commanding view. and legroom are fine, although adjustment on the steering wheel help taller drivers themselves more comfortable.

In the there’s plenty of room for if not quite as much as in some The boot, too, is a good although it’s not terribly but it does house two extra seats on some models, turn the Rexton into a

That’s all very well and, what’s more, the is a fine off-roader – but the starts once you drive The ride never really there’s too much body in bends and the slow-witted steering parking awkward.

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Low on image so has to be a workhorse. Not expensive new but hold value well

Keighley

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Originally, the Rexton came petrol and diesel engines, but the petrol was reserved for the top trim, it too expensive for a supposedly budget It was also the worst model for economy and insurance, so there’s surprise it was dropped in early

At the same time, the company the 2.9-litre diesel, which is the model to find on the used and the cheapest. It’s our recommendation as a buy, but primarily because of its

The 2.7-litre diesel that the range in late 2004 onwards), and became the only in the range from early is stronger and more fuel-efficient, but is too more expensive than the

Trim-wise, stick to the most models, as the whole range is equipped.

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SE seven-seater, extra seats to sell easily

James

Used car guru

Compared to other 4x4s of the same the Rexton is a bargain. Cars the Discovery or Jeep Grand are far more expensive to buy, and the other big 4×4 that close to matching the Rexton’s is the Kia Sorento. However, even looks dear in comparison.

Of the three engines, by far the most is the 2.7-litre diesel, which 32.9mpg. Although that’s good for such a big car, not as good as a diesel Sorento. The 2.9 just 30.4mpg, or a woeful with the automatic gearbox, the 3.2 petrol can’t even 20mpg.

In terms of insurance, the Rexton is than the Sorento, but cheaper other mainstream rivals of a size.

Sadly, we don’t maintenance costs for the Rexton, but that the engines are sourced Mercedes, we see no reason why they be overly expensive to service.

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Low on image so has to be a workhorse. Not new but won’t hold value

Martin Keighley

Valuations

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SsangYongs are relative in the UK, so it’s very difficult to any consistent problems with the What’s more, for the moment at the majority of models on our roads are covered by the manufacturer’s new car warranty, so any can be safely sorted at the supplying

Similarly, there has never a recall on the Rexton, and SsangYong has appeared in the JD Power survey. all the engines have been from Mercedes, so we expect to be sound.

Likewise, although the interior may not be the word in style and some of the look decidedly cheap, no question that they’re all put well.

Last but not least, if the who have posted reviews at whatcar.com are anything to go by, buyers have little to worry Most cars have had lives.

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SE seven-seater, extra seats to sell easily

James

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