Ssangyong Rexton to be rolled out in other cities on November 20

Last Updated: Friday, November 9, 2012 - 10:44

Zeebiz Bureau

New Delhi: Auto major Mahindra and Mahindra will roll out Ssangyong Rexton across other cities in India post Diwali.

The high-end sports utility vehicle in partnership with SsangYong motors was launched in Mumbai and Delhi on October 17. The company had said that it will roll-out the premium SUV in phases.

As per media reports Ssangyong Rexton will be rolled out in Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, Pune, Ludhiana, Patiala and Chandigarh on November 20.

The new Rexton has two variants RX5 MT and RX7 AT AWD.

This is the first vehicle launch after Mahindra took over the Korean company in March last year.

The third generation Rexton or the Rexton W that boasts of sophisticated styling, luxurious interiors and superior handling will be pitted against Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Ford Endeavour.

The car is the first high-end SUV from the Mumbai-based auto firm.

The company said it has invested over Rs 63 crore at its Chakan plant for this model.

Key Features (Feature courtesy:

-Classy chrome grille

-'Eagle eye' shaped projector headlamps and the Rexton emblem

-Stylish bumper, integrated fog lamps and turn signals

-ORVMs with integrated LED turn indicators

-LED rear tail lamps with 'L' shaped parking lights

-Chrome side mouldings

-Stylish 10-spoke 16" alloy wheels

-Rexton branding on scuff plates

-Premium silver coloured roof rails

-Dual tone beige & black interiors with metal grain accents

-Three row seats concealed with premium, dual tone, beige and black interiors, complemented by metal grain accents and plush leather seats.

-Premium leather upholstery

-8-way electrically adjustable driver seat with automatic easy access function

-ORVMs with electric adjustment + folding and heating

-Touchscreen Infotainment system with MP3, DVD, USB port & Aux-in and 6 speakers

-Steering wheel with tilt function and audio controls

-Day and night IRVM

First Published: Friday, November 9, 2012 - 10:44
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