SsangYong make Tivoli changes | New Release - Car News Apr 2019

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16:19 Friday 05 Apr 2019

SsangYong have announced changes to their Tivoli and Tivoli XLV models.

The Tivoli compact SUV now comes with a choice of clean burning 1.6-litre petrol or diesel engines which are compliant with the latest Euro 6 C emissions regulations.  The entry-level Tivoli SE petrol is priced from £14,495 on-the-road and includes air conditioning, steel or alloy wheels, cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity and remote keyless entry.

The new engines are also offered on the larger Tivoli XLV, which is priced from £19,745 on-the-road.  The Tivoli XLV has been refreshed with the introduction of a new rear bumper with chrome inserts, an Autonomous Emergency Braking System) an upgrade to the 7” screen, smart audio which now includes DAB and Carplay/Android Auto on ELX trim and above, and variable speed Hill Descent Control.

SsangYong have simplified both ranges, with eight Tivoli models including SE, EX, and ELX petrol trim, ELX diesel, and four range-topping Ultimate models available as petrol or diesel, and manual or auto.  The Tivoli XLV is available in Ultimate specification only, with the choice of petrol and diesel, manual or automatic.

 

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