Competitive prices and a massive towing capacity will appeal to 4x4 buyers.
Korean car maker Ssangyong's new Rexton SUV has officially gone on sale in the UK. The first all-new Rexton in 16 years, the Korean firm's flagship showcases the company's updated and modern-looking design language first seen on the Tivoli supermini, which was first launched in 2015.
The new Rexton will be available in three different trim levels: EX, ELX and Ultimate. Manual transmissions will be available on the EX and ELX models, but the range-topping Ultimate will only come with an automatic which is supplied by Mercedes-Benz.
Inside the Rexton will come equipped with Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto, a 9.2-inch navigation screen, and 3D ‘around-view’ monitoring.
The Rexton has always been a pretty dependable tow car and the new one is no different, with it capable of a five-tonne towing capacity thanks to its torque output of 310lb ft and power of 178bhp.
Prices for the new Rexton start at £27,500 on the road and a big draw for buyers of the new Rexton will be its competitive five-year warranty, which will cover you during that period for unlimited mileage.