48-hour Tivoli test drive offered | Car Talk - Car News May 2017

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16:22 Monday 15 May 2017

SsangYong is offering potential Tivoli and Tivoli SUV customers the chance to take and extended test of the mid-size SUV models with the introduction of a 48-hour test drive.

“We want potential customers to really get to know the Tivoli, and the usual quick test drive simply isn’t long enough to experience what the car has to offer and how it could fit your life. With a 48-hour test drive you really can put the car to the test!”, says Paul Williams, CEO of SsangYong Motor UK.

The offer is available at participating SsangYong retailers, and comes with free entry into a draw for a year’s use of the car and a £10 M&S voucher.

Priced from £13,300 the Tivoli includes with cruise control, electric windows, smart steering, an RDS/Bluetooth radio, seven airbags, alloy wheels and air conditioning. Power options include a 1.6 litre petrol or 1.6 litre diesel, with 6-speed manual or 6-speed Aisin automatic gearboxes, and a choice of two-wheel drive or 4x4 depending on model. All models come with a 5-year unlimited mileage warranty.

 

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