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SsangYong slashes parts prices

11 June 2006

  • Parts costs down by an average of 40%
  • Applies to Kyron, Rexton and Rodius models
  • Dealers to carry greater stocks of parts, too

Ssangyong Rexton 08

SsangYong has slashed the prices of spare parts for its Kyron, Rexton and Rodius models by an average of 40% in a bid to reduce the cost of ownership.

The announcement follows a review by SsangYong distributor Koelliker UK, which started running the company this year.

In addition, dealers will now hold a bigger parts stock to minimise time off the road for servicing.

Doug Lincoln, Koelliker UK's aftersales boss, said: 'This is about customer satisfaction and reducing the costs of ownership at a time when fuel prices are going the other way.

'For example, the cost of servicing a Rexton over 30,000 miles is now over £100 cheaper, making it less expensive than a Kia Sorento.'

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