SsangYong updated TivoliApril 8, 2019
Tivoli was introduced in 2015, so it needs to be updated. It turned out to be small. “We listened to our customers who wished the Tivoli line to be simple, well equipped, but very affordable. SsangYong really offers no-frills cars, ”said Nick Laird, director of the British SsangYong division.
So, there will be a version with an electric transmission, sales of which will begin in 2020. SsangYong also marks as standard equipment a new climate control, cruise control, up to seven airbags, a six-speed manual transmission and an autonomous emergency braking system, connecting a smartphone via Bluetooth and remote access to the cabin without a key. Aisin six-speed automatic transmission (Ultimate version only) and a multimedia system with a 7.0-inch touchscreen display, DAB, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are optionally available.
Hill Descent Control comes as standard in all trim levels, and Ultimate models come with automatic door closing.
It should be noted that SsangYong Tivoli was the first model released after the company became the property of Indian Mahindra. Tivoli sales last year exceeded 43,000 crossovers, of which 6,182 cars were sold on the European market.
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