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Ssangyong Rexton

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There’s just one engine on in the Ssangyong Rexton. an old Mercedes-sourced turbodiesel. This comes in or 183bhp outputs, but both are and the 183bhp model has a standard-fit automatic gearbox. The 270 ES (manual or has part-time selectable four-wheel the SPR full-time AWD.


The Rexton’s rugged separate construction means it is poor The slow-witted steering lacks and makes parking cumbersome, a degree of lean through and the ride never really A low-ratio transfer ’box and drive help it feel at in the rough, however.

As with most 4x4s, the big tyres and bluff shape a little more road- and noise than a conventional but it’s not too intrusive. The diesel is harsh and noisy, because it working hard. On manual the heavy, imprecise gearshift and pedals make it hard to smoothly.

Buying Owning

The Rexton is a 4×4 for the price of a compact and it has genuine off-road ability.

its running costs are high; the SPR only 30.7mpg and the S 31.4mpg, and all are in the 35% company car tax bracket. Resale are also poor.

Quality Reliability

Ssangyong has an effort with the Rexton’s which looks modern and constructed. However, too many materials are used, many of look cheap. The engine is from Mercedes and should hardy, although it needs to be every 6000 miles.


The Rexton lacks key offered in most modern there is no traction control, and airbags are not available. S versions do not have front side There’s an alarm to deter however, plus standard control and hill descent

Behind The Wheel

The upright position gives a commanding of the road ahead, the dash is laid out, and there’s head- and legroom. SPR models power-adjustment for the steering wheel and seat, but the long-travel pedals and of reach-adjustment for the steering wheel that you may end up sitting uncomfortably to the wheel.

Space Practicality

Headroom is throughout, although there as much as in some rivals, there’s plenty of legroom for and rear passengers. Two further seats that allow you to seven people are available as an The boot is large, if not especially and the rear seats fold and to provide extra luggage

Entry-level S models have control, keyless entry, and rear electric windows, door mirrors, 16-inch wheels and an alarm. SPR spec 18-inch alloys, leather heated seats, a sunroof, parking sensors, automatic and wipers, side steps and glass. Options include

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