CAR SOS STAR BECOMES A BRAND AMBASSADOR FOR SSANGYONG MOTOR UK

Aug 14, 2018

‘Car SOS’ television presenter, Fuzz Townshend has become a UK brand ambassador for the Korean car manufacturer, SsangYong, and will be one of the first people to drive the all-new SsangYong Musso pick-up truck, which was launched last month.

 

   
Car SOS presenter Fuzz Townshend with the all-new SsangYong Musso


“I’m proud to become a brand ambassador for SsangYong in the UK and look forward to working with the team,” says Fuzz.  “I love the new Musso - it’s perfect for my lifestyle.  I drive a lot of miles and live deep into the countryside where a proper 4x4 pick-up is essential.  Always tough and well-engineered, SsangYong is a growing brand in the UK, and its products are very good now in terms of styling, comfort and equipment.  This new vehicle is seriously impressive.”

Nick Laird, managing director for SsangYong Motor UK said: “This is an incredibly exciting time for our brand with fantastic new products like Rexton and new Musso.  We are all really looking forward to working with Fuzz and think he will make an excellent and highly relevant ambassador for the brand.”

As well as presenting Car SOS, Fuzz is also a mechanic and former technical editor of Practical Classics.  A drummer in a band, he learnt to play from local jazz musician Al Reed, making his stage debut in 1977 at the age of 12.  He signed with Echo Records in 1997 and released his first album, 'Far In' in the UK in 1999 and US in 2001.  He began presenting Car SOS, broadcast on the National Geographic Channel in 2012.

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NOTES TO EDITORS

7-year/150,000 mile warranty

The new Musso is covered by a best-in-class 7-year/150,000 mile warranty.  Designed to be totally transparent and give customers complete peace of mind, the warranty covers all the major mechanical components including wheel bearings, suspension joints and bushes, steering joints, shock absorbers and even the audio system.  Wearable components such as clutch discs and brake friction materials which could have their life reduced by poor driving are covered for one year or 12,500 miles, and the battery and paintwork for three years.

Made in Korea

SsangYong cars are manufactured in South Korea by SsangYong Motor, which is 73 per cent owned by the Indian engineering conglomerate Mahindra & Mahindra, and imported into the UK by SsangYong Motor UK.  Established in 1954, SsangYong is Korea's oldest vehicle manufacturer and only 4x4 and SUV specialist producer.  There are currently some 65 SsangYong dealers covering England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, with new locations being added to the network all the time.

To download hi res images via the SsangYong online press office go to: SsangYong Image Gallery

 

For further information, please contact:

Vanessa Cox
PR and key relationships manager
SsangYong Motor UK
Tel:
E-mail:
07535 875997
vanessa.cox@smotor.co.uk
Jeremy Clarke / Sue Hitchcock
SsangYong Press Office
Tel:
E-mail:
01285 659212
jeremy.clarke@smotor.co.uk
sue.hitchcock@smotor.co.uk


Online press office: SsangYong Press Office

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