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Parkers overall rating: 2.7 out of 5 2.7
  • Safety kit is standard on all equipment grades
  • No autonomous tech or Euro NCAP rating

All SsangYong Rexton models enjoy dual front and side airbags, electronic stability programme, two Isofix points, ABS with electronic brake force distribution, hill-descent control and speed-sensing door locks.

Unfortunately there is no active safety pack like you get on the Tivoli, and SsangYong hasn’t sent the Rexton to Euro NCAP to be rated either.

Front and rear parking sensors are standard on top tier models and optional elsewhere, though.

  • Plenty of space wherever you sit
  • Lots of room in the boot

The SsangYong Rexton is a big car so unsurprisingly it offers a lot of room for all occupants. The third row isn’t exactly massive but is comparable, if not better, than most of its rivals.

You don’t get a lot of boot space with seven on board but fold all the seats and there is 1,338 litres on offer, meaning there’s room for lots of cargo should the need arise.

The seats themselves aren’t particularly easy to collapse, however. Many rivals do this better.

Basic equipment

The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the .

Equipment by trim level

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