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The Top Gear car review:Ssangyong Rexton
Final thoughts and pick of the range
The Rexton’s shoddy ride – a result of its utilitarian construction and cheap entry piece – mean it’s hard to recommend to those looking for a bargain way into Land Rover Discovery amounts of 4x4. It audience will be smaller than that, because this is an old school 4x4, without on-road sporting pretentions and focused on being strong, handy off road, a hefty towcar, and reliable.
It’s actually a more refined cruiser than expected too, and despite the clunky rad manners, remains a great value proposition. If nothing else, it shows SsangYong is finally taking strides to leave its Rodius past a long way behind.
Our choice from the range
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