More and more people are asking for SUVs which are both in style and comfortable, which offer a lot of interior space and safety. The carmakers have noticed this trend and, as it was observed, they have expanded the B-segment, in the last few years. SsangYong is a carmaker that has decided to offer this to all its customers and other fans hoping they will get more people interested in their achievements. Tivoli is one of these cars which is actually a perfect combination between design and sensible practicability. It also provides improved safety and convenience.
The model is the result of 42 months of development and an investment of 350 billion Korean won. On the outside, in terms of design, it has a slim-line grille through to the headlights, the front bumper has a dynamic air intake and last, but not least, the bonnet line is softer. To transfer the output to the road, the engineers have offered 16 inches or 18 inches or 18 inches diamond cut wheels. The rear bumper comes with a strong base which is covered by the wide opening taigate and which has the centrally mounted rear fog lamp underneath. On the inside, the new Tivoli has an ergonomically designed D-shaped sport steering wheel. The interior trim colors available are black, beige and red.
Under the hood it hides a 1.6-liter petrol or diesel engine capable of generating 126 PS and offers optimised performance for both urban and motorway driving. To transfer the power to the wheels, the engineers have equipped the new SsangYong Tivoli with an AISIN 6-speed automatic transmission. The Smart Steer system offers 3 different steering models and this way you can select the one that suits you better: Normal, Comfort and Sport. More details on the model will be released in the next few weeks.
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