Rhinox's transformation to robot mode isn't terribly complicated, but he does have a lot of beast mode kibble that never quite gets out of the way, making him a bit awkward. He does, however, incorporate a couple of weapons cleverly hidden inside various parts of the figure. The sword was Rhinox's beast mode tail, while the melee weapon (which evolved into the "chaingun of doom" in the cartoon) is assembled from pieces attached elsewhere inside the beast mode shell and midsection. It has a fun action feature whereby if you press on a black button behind the sawblade, the whole thing spins around. Like other figures of Rhinox's size from this early era of the Beast Wars toyline, he also has a "mutant head" whereby panels to either side of the main robot head close together to form an alternate head, as seen here.
Sadly, although Rhinox made it through all three seasons of the Beast Wars cartoon apparently unscathed, he did not fare so well in its immediate sequel, Beast Machines, where he was captured almost immediately upon his return to Cybertron, and his spark used to become the Vehicon, Tankor. As Tankor, Rhinox ultimately fought against both Optimus Primal and Megatron, before finally being killed in an apocalyptic clash at the end of Beast Machines' first season. As Primal himself suggested, fans tend to remember Rhinox as the loyal Maximal he originally was, rather than the treacherous Vehicon he became.