Vets In Practice Star 'Adopts' New Rexton

SsangYong Rexton

SsangYong Rexton

Television personality, Steve Leonard, who rose to fame in the BBC television series Vets in Practice, has collected his new Rexton from Pat Gunn at The Car Exchange in Nantwich, the first SsangYong dealership to be established in the UK.

Steve is currently filming two new BBC series – Animal Camera which will be shown early in 2004, and Journey of Life which hits our screens later next year.

Steve needed a 4x4 which offered all round capability. He says: "The Rexton is new and therefore different, as well as being a stylish vehicle. It will be great to have a 4x4 which offers true off-road ability whilst still looking the part – a true go anywhere, do anything vehicle."

Pat Gunn, sales manager at The Car Exchange says: "With the Rexton being a proper 4x4, it was great to get Steve on board as one of our first customers. With our site now fully open, we hope to attract many more customers who want the style, performance and low prices that this new car can offer."

Published 8 November 2003 Melanie Carter

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