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Ssangyong Rexton 2.7 Diesel Low Miles 106K Manual Four Wheel Drive 2005 Tow Bar

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Sale price: £1,200.00

Car location: United Kingdom

Ssangyong Rexton 2.7 for sale

Current customer rating: Aktuelles Rating für dieses Auto (3)
based on 12 votes
Last update: 2018-06-21
Ssangyong Rexton 2.7. Ssangyong car from United Kingdom
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  •  Rexton Seats
  •  Manual Airbag
  •  Diesel Converter
  •  Catalytic Exterior
  •  Options Comfort

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Item Features Ssangyong Rexton 2.7:

Seller notes:
Used : An item that has been previously used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.
Used, but in good condition, solid vehicle.”
Year: 2005 Mileage: 106,322
Fuel: Diesel Manufacturer: Ssangyong
Engine Size: 2,696 Model: Rexton
Power: 165bhp Body Type: SUV
Seats: 5 Doors: 5
Drive Side: Right-hand drive Colour: Silver
Safety Features: 4-Wheel Drive, Alarm, Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS), Driver Airbag, Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Immobiliser, Passenger Airbag, Rear seat belts Metallic Paint: Yes
Exterior: Catalytic Converter, Tow Bar Reg. Date: 28/04/2005
Interior/Comfort Options: Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Leather Seats, Power-assisted Steering (PAS), Power Locks V5 Registration Document: Present
Transmission: Manual Country/Region of Manufacture: Korea, Republic of

vehicle description:

Ssangyong Rexton 2.7 Diesel Low Miles 106K Manual Four Wheel Drive 2005 Tow Bar
This is my personal car, Ssangyong Rexton 2.7 Diesel. I have another car and been hardly driving this lovely beast, so it has to go to a new home.
As you can see from the pictures, the body and interior are in decent condition. The engine has no leaks and it starts first time every time.
Loading capacity is enormous, again please see the pictures; with the back seats up and even more so with the back seats folded forward.
As I do not have the additional seats, the car is listed as a 5-seater, however, it is capable of being a 7-seater if this is what you require (check or your local junk yard for the extra two seats).
I have only used the car for the odd towing task – really good for this, much better to see around trailers due to width of vehicle.
To be noted is that the towing capacity is 3,500KG braked, which is massive. This is officially logged on the V5.
Now, on the subject of the V5 … I do have it, question is where. My house was recently redecorated and several well-meaning friends helped with shifting things about. Now I can’t find it – along with quite a number of other “lost” items. I will be going through boxes in the next few days and shall hopefully retrieve it, however, failing that I will absorb the expense of obtaining a new one from the DVLA. £25 and not a problem as the car has been registered in my name for years, just a bit annoying to possibly have to pay for something I have but cannot find.
A fresh MOT was done last week, passed with flying colors.
The two advisories are …
1. pas rack weeping: this is due to the PAS leaking slightly last year, which has been fixed. The “weeping” the zealous MOT guy wrote up is merely what had not been wiped off from the fixed leak.
2. Rear chassis has lots of surface corrosion: yes a bit of surface rust here as on most cars over a few years old. Was never written up before and has no impact on safety and function. Guess something had to be written up to show the tester was doing a thorough job under the new stricter regulations.
All four tyres are nearly new and All-Season - and please check for yourself on the quality of this make and model: Mercedes engine and all that. The drive is smooth and solid. This baby will look after you in the summer or winter … and during the allegedly looming zombie apocalypse.
Two items to note …
1. The red light at the bottom left of the instrument cluster (see pictures) was a seriously perplexing thing – had no clue what this meant. Figured it out a few years ago: apparently this car has a system to warn you if there is water in the fuel. Well, there is no water in the fuel (I am secretly working on an invention to make cars run on water - pssst), the filter housing has been checked and the culprit is a faulty sensor. I have changed the fuel filter as part of regular servicing, however, I never saw the sense in shelling out thirty quid extra to turn off a dashboard light I know means nothing.
2. The front grille shown on the pictures is not the original grille. What happened was that a couple of years ago I did an overhaul of the engine and cooling system for which the grille was removed. When I was done with that, the grille could not be found anywhere. After a week or so of looking, I gave up and bought one on . During the recent refurbishment of my house I found the original grille … not where I would have put it, still trying to figure out who hid the thing. Anyway, the buyer of this car will also get the original grille, which is chrome all the way across. I personally think the black end sections look quite good, but up to you. Easy to change around.
One more good thing: being first registered not long before the 2006 deadline, you will be paying the much lower road tax. Bit silly, 06reg’s cost you over two hundred quid more per year for the same car and nearly same age. So you get the best of both worlds: nice big SUV but not the silly £500+ road tax.
And also, even though this is a large SUV with a strong and powerful engine, the fuel consumption is surprisingly good. OK, not like an Audi tdi, but certainly less than most other vehicles in this class. I tend to drive quite light-footedly, so 35MPG on average for mixed driving is realistically possible. Don’t remember what the fuel price was at the time, but a couple of years ago I drove to North London and back for £26.44 … night time and no more than 60MPH.
Can’t think of much else to write. I suggest you seriously consider viewing and test driving the car before committing to buy it. Any sale is final and no return accepted. Alternatively, you can trust me and commit to buy without viewing. Either way you’ll drive away with a great vehicle.
The Buy-It-Now price is neither exorbitant nor rock bottom – with a bit of haggle room as well, so either be generous and pay the full price or, if you can’t help yourself, make an offer you think is reasonable … I may just accept it to get the wife off my back.
Please feel free to message or phone (07788 55 25 99) with questions. Either I or a friend can assist you with driving the car home, otherwise - to keep it legal - you should plan on arranging insurance and tax to drive it away.

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