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Better efficiency for SsangYong seven seater

SsangYong has replaced the five-cylinder diesel engine in its Rodius people carrier with a new, more efficient 2.0-litre.

The large seven-seater sees a reduction in CO2 emissions from 223g/km in the entry-level S variant to 196g/km.

The Rodius is popular with some taxi and private hire fleets, and offers a minimum of 875 litres of luggage spave with all seven seats in place.

SsangYong has a network of 52 dealers and its products come with a five-year unlimited mileage warranty as standard. Prices for the entry-level S grade start at £15,995 on the road.

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