SsangYong awarded place on CCS framework agreement
SsangYong Motors has scored a place on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Vehicle Purchase Framework RM6060 Agreement.
The new agreement – full details of which will be announced on 2 December – will replace the current RM1070 vehicle purchase framework and covers nine lots, ranging from cars to commercial vehicles and motorcycles, including blue light vehicles.
Nick Laird, managing director of SsangYong Motors UK, commented: “Being part of the framework will enable us to develop partnerships with a number of public sector organisations and help them meet their mobility needs, particularly, in rural and hard to reach areas.”
The brand is currently refreshing its entire product portfolio, starting with the Tivoli crossover, Rexton SUV and the new Musso pick-up, and is expecting a new Korando SUV in 2019, followed by an all-electric variant shortly thereafter.