From mid-June, the highly competitive miniSUVSegment one more competitor: The Ssangyong Tivoli will be launched on June 20. As usual in this class, all-wheel drive is only available at an additional cost. The entry-level version of the Tivoli costs 15.490 euros, then with the 94 kW 128 hp petrol engine.
Air conditioning, an audio system with USB connection and power steering with three driving modes are already on board. A 1,6-liter diesel with 85 kW / 115 hp will also be available from autumn. The power is transmitted via a manual six-speed gearbox or a six-speed automatic gearbox.
With its base price, the 4,20 meter long mini SUV is in the lower area of its segment, at the level of Nissan Juke (15.450 euros) and Ford Ecosport (14.740 euros). Other competitors such as the Suzuki Vitara, Mazda CX-3 (both just under 18.000 euros) or Opel Mokka (just under 19.000 euros) are more expensive.
Author: Hanne Lübbehüsen / SP-X