SsangYong Tivoli crossover after restyling changed not only the design, but also the engineApril 23, 2019
There are photos of the updated Korean SUV. The refreshed model is likely to come onto the market this year.
Restyled SsangYong Tivoli almost without camouflage caught in India, the pictures published the publication of the Team BHP. In the frames, we see a car with a steering wheel located on the left, that is, we have a global version. Well, the fact that the SUV appeared exactly in India is not surprising, because the Korean brand is owned by a local company Mahindra: probably, the specialists of the parent company are involved in the final design of the refreshed cross-country.
Tivoli has completely redesigned the front part: the model has received a new bumper and grille, other headlights and round fog. How has changed the feed SUV – is unknown. But last year, a photo of a restyled cross-over salon was posted to the Network: the multimedia system was changed inside, the central deflectors are now above the tablet, not on the sides, plus a different climate control unit appeared.
According to unofficial data, the SsangYong Tivoli also got a new gasoline engine: a 128-horsepower engine 1.6 was replaced by a 1.2 turbo engine with a return of about 160 hp. developed by Mahindra. Whether diesel 1.6 (115 hp) remained in the range is not reported. Information about the boxes either. Pre-reform Tivoli is offered with a six-speed manual or automatic gearbox.
Recall that the current Tivoli still has a stretched version of the XLV, it has an exterior design: the length of such a cross is 4440 mm versus 4202 mm in the standard model. Whether the lengthened version remains is also unknown. The usual refreshed Tivoli will probably be presented before the end of this year.
As for India, the restyled Tivoli will not appear there either – the pre-reform cross in the Indian market has not won success, therefore Mahindra decided to launch the XUV300 SUV, akin to Korean, under its own brand.
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