SsangYong Rexton W Commercial (2015–2017)

Model History

January 2015

SsangYong launches Rexton W Commercial

The new Rexton W uses a body on frame construction for maximum strength, double wishbone and coil spring suspension to the front, and a five link rigid axle with coil springs at the rear.

The Rexton W CSX is powered by SsangYong’s own 2.0 litre turbo charged e-XDi200 diesel engine. This Euro 5 engine delivers maximum power of 155PS and maximum torque of 360Nm from 1500rpm. It is designed to provide low end torque whatever the conditions.

The CSX has a 6-speed manual transmission, and when going off road, the driver can select low range which also splits the torque equally between front and rear axles to provide all round traction, and ensure optimum grip across the most challenging terrain. It has a 3 tonne towing capability.

There’s a completely flat load area accessed via a high lifting tailgate and two side doors, and packing a useful 2.2cu metre load volume. There’s a load deck length of 1,700cm, and 107cm between the wheel arches. It also carries a very practical 615kg.

Standard equipment also includes cruise control, air conditioning, electrically operated & heated door mirrors, leather covered steering wheel and gear knob, and CD & RDS radio with iPod and Bluetooth connectivity.

The Rexton W CSX features a comprehensive package of active safety features including Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Active Rollover Protection (ARP), ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Hill Descent Control (HDC), and there are dual front and side air bags.

As with all models in the SsangYong range, the new Rexton W CSX is covered by a five year limitless mileage warranty.

What does a SsangYong Rexton W Commercial (2015 – 2017) cost?