SsangYong's summer specials
20 July 2006

SsangYong has released two limited-edition versions of its Rexton 4x4.

The Rexton S Sport is based on the five-seat manual 2.7-litre diesel S, but gets £1700-worth of extra kit, including a sat-nav system, special alloy wheels and side bars with steps. Only 90 S Sport models will be available, costing £19,995, £1000 above the standard car.

The Rexton SE Sport is based on the SE model, and gets £4750-worth of extra equipment, with a Kenwood sat-nav system, 18-inch alloys, side steps and rear parking sensors all included. There will be 65 SE Sports, each costing £3000 more than the standard car at £23,995.

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