The MY23 SsangYong Rexton is available in two variants: the ELX and the Ultimate.
Standard features include an 8.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system (with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and sat nav), a wireless phone charger, six-speaker sound system, sunroof, quilted Nappa leather, heated and ventilated front seats, driver's seat position memory, privacy glass, a powered tailgate, second-row air vents and ambient lighting. The Rexton has 18-inch ‘diamond-cut’ alloy wheels.
Exterior paint choices include 'Grand White', 'Fine Silver', 'Marble Grey', 'Pearl White', 'Space White' and 'Atlantic Blue' (on our test vehicle), which costs $595.
Our test vehicle also had a tow bar ($1710 fitted) and an electronic brake controller ($690 fitted).
As standard it has AEB, forward collision warning, lane-departure warning and collision warning, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, driver attention warning, front vehicle-start warning, front and rear parking sensors and a 360-degree camera system.
As mentioned, the MY24 Rexton is due to go on sale in Australia in October 2023. It will be available in three variants: ELX, Adventure (a new spec level) or Ultimate.
The MY24 Ultimate has a recommended drive-away price of $58,000 – that’s $2010 more than the MY23.
It will have a new dash layout and high-mounted 12.3-inch touchscreen multi-media system, and a dual-zone climate control hub, operated via the touchscreen.
The MY24 Rexton range will be available in six body colours: Grand White, Pearl White, Atlantic Blue, Marble Grey, 'Graphite', and 'Space Black'.
A 'Sport Pack' ($2000), which is an option on the Ultimate, adds shadow chrome front grille, tailgate, and rear bumper garnish, LED front fog lights with shadow chrome surrounds, shadow chrome 20-inch alloy wheels and black roof rails. Metallic paint will still cost $595.