SsangYong cuts prices

Time 13 years ago

ssangyong kyronSSANGYONG has cut prices across the range – by, in some cases, up to £1246.

That’s because, the maker cheekily says, the Chancellor didn’t go far enough with VAT cuts.

The cuts of up to 5 per cent will be in place by 1 December. It will take the price of a base Kyron 2.0 S and Rodius 270 S down to £14,259.

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£996 off the entry Rexton means the range now starts at £18,999.

‘SsangYong prices already undercut our competitors by some margin, representing great value for money,’ said SsangYong operations director Ian Nicholson.

‘But we recognise that in the current climate, we need to be ultra-competitive, and felt that the chancellor didn’t go far enough.

‘On top of the VAT reduction, we have reduced prices even further, to help our dealers and customers in the run-up to Christmas and into 2009.’

The new SsangYong price list (on the road)

Kyron 2.0 S 2wd: £14,259
Kyron 2.0 S 4wd man: £16,159
Kyron 2.0 S auto: £17,659
Kyron 2.0 EX man: £18,539
Kyron 2.0 EX auto: £20,039
Kyron 2.7 SPR: £21,399

Rexton 270 S man. 5 seats:    £18,999
Rexton 270 S man. 7 seats:    £19,499
Rexton 270 S auto 5 seats: £20,499
Rexton 270 SPR 5 seats: £23,769
Rexton 270 SPR 7 seats: £24,249
Rexton R-Line: £29,995

Rodius 270 S: £14,259
Rodius 270 ES man: £16,159
Rodius 270 ES auto: £17,659
Rodius 270 EX auto 4wd: £18,999

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