SsangYong updates Rexton with Black Edition for 2022

Remaining largely unchanged over the previous model, the 2022 SsangYong Rexton scores a limited edition offering when it arrives in August of this year, with a Black Edition now the top flite variant.

Based on the popular Ultimate model, the new Black Edition is set to impress with stylish exterior touches. The imposing front end, with its diamond-shaped grille elements, is further enhanced with a deep gloss black finish and new-style LED fog lights.

Other dark touches include black-finish 20-inch alloy wheels and black painted roof rails. The Rexton Black Edition will be available in just two prominent body colours, Space Black or Pearl White.

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SsangYong Australia national marketing manager Stevan Dimitrovski said that the Rexton Black Edition will further enhance the SUV’s appeal through its individual styling touches.

“The Rexton SUV range already offers customers unrivalled levels of luxurious appointments, family-friendly space with flexibility of seven seats and an impressive 3.5 Tonne towing capacity,” SsangYong Australia marketing manager Stevan Dimitrovski said.

“For a modest $1,000 premium over the Rexton Ultimate, this limited edition offers a sense of sophisticated toughness and individuality to our customers.”

Overall, the 2022 Rexton range continues to offer essential advanced safety features such as autonomous emergency braking, forward collision warning, safety distance warning, lane change collision warning, blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert and smart high beam.

The Black Edition, like the Ultimate, also features a power sunroof and tailgate, a premium quilted Nappa leather interior with powered front seats, a heated leather steering wheel, 360-degree camera, and wireless phone charging.

It also features third row air-conditioning controls, ambient interior lighting, illuminated front door scuff plates, and touch-sensing front door locks with walk-away auto-door locking.

The 2022 model range kicks off with the ELX for $47,990, with the Ultimate priced at $54,990 and the Black Edition at $56,585. All prices are drive away.

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