Login Register

Tempting 4x4 offers

By Western Gazette - North Dorset  |  Posted: November 15, 2012

  • Main picture: Ssangyong Korando. Inset, Ssangyong Rodius

Comments (0)

SsangYong has announced a tempting array of customer offers on selected models this winter including the Korando 4x4 crossover and Rodius MPV.

And with Korando prices starting from just £16,995 and a five-year limitless mileage warranty on every vehicle, there's certain to be a model and deal to suit almost everyone.

■ Korando

The zero per cent finance offer is available on Korando EX manual and automatic models. There are 36, 48 and 60 month payment plans available which can be tailored to suit individual customer requirements, and mean that a Korando EX manual can be driven away from just £169/month. Five years free servicing will also be available on all Korando ES, EX manual and EX automatics when financed.

■Rodius

A zero per cent finance offer is also available on the seven seat Rodius MPV from as little as £129 a month with a zero per cent APR over 60 months.

The Rodius also comes with five years free servicing when financed, giving the opportunity for five years hassle free motoring, and as with all SsangYong models is covered by a five year unlimited mileage warranty, even when used commercially.

Jerry Peck, Proprietor of Astley Motor Group, Yeovil, said: "The SsangYong range is tailored to today's tough economic motoring conditions so we have created a suite of purchase options to help customers buy the car they want in a way and timescale that suits them best. Whether considering an SUV/crossover, 4x4 or MPV for up to seven passengers and their luggage, Korando, Rexton and Rodius are sensible, honest, well engineered cars that will give many years trouble free motoring. Backed by our '3 x 5s' – five years warranty, five years finance and five years free servicing – that's a highly reassuring combination!"

All offers are available until December 15, on vehicles financed through GMAC.

Read more from Western Gazette

Do you have something to say? Leave your comment here...

max 4000 characters

YOUR COMMENTS AWAITING MODERATION

 
 

MORE NEWS HEADLINES