Reworked SsangYong Tivoli enters global marketMay 6, 2019
The new compact crossover from the Indian company Mahindra, considered a relative of Tivoli, is called Mahindra XUV300. His debut producer organized in February 2019.
The compact Mahindra XUV300 SUV, which was a re-designed version of the SsangYong Tivoli, immediately after its entry into the home market began to enjoy good demand. It took only a couple of months to sell 13.5 thousand auto brand dealers. Now it became known that very soon the XUV300 will begin to implement its plans to conquer the global market – the model enters the South African market. Later, the export geography will expand.
It is known that for dealers in South Africa have already made a presentation of the compact cross: the appearance of the “global” Mahindra XUV300 is no different from the Indian.
Recall that the length of the XUV300 is slightly less than the Tivoli – 3,995 mm versus 4,202. The decision to reduce the length of the SUV is dictated by the tax benefits that are laid on cars whose length does not exceed four meters. The exterior of the XUV300 is made in the spirit of the older Mahindra XUV500 crossover: similar radiator grilles and daytime running lights are L-shaped. The original crossover feed, but the developers took the tail lights from Tivoli. Roll with this model can be found in the interior design news from Mahindra. Of the differences – a new steering wheel, a modified dashboard, beige plastic trim and recycled center console.
As powertrains, customers are offered a 1.2-liter 110-horsepower gasoline turbo engine or a 1.5-liter turbo diesel with a capacity of 117 hp. Transmission is one – six-speed manual transmission, later it will join the “robot”. Drive – no alternative front. How much motorists in South Africa will cost Mahindra XUV300 is not yet known. In the Indian market, its minimum price tag is 790 thousand rupees
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