SsangYong Tivoli Review: An In-Depth Review of Price, Interior, and Alternatives

The SsangYong Tivoli is a small SUV. The first generation of this model has been on sale since 2015, but received an aesthetic and technological update in 2020. It has a long body variant called the Tivoli Grand, previously called the XLV.

In this short article we summarize the SsangYong Tivoli Review, price, for which the normal SsangYong Tivoli is available in each of its versions, some highlights of its interior and its main purchase alternatives.

SsangYong Tivoli Review

The SsangYong Tivoli is available from 14,800 euros in Spain, considering the taxes and commercial contributions of the manufacturer. This price corresponds to the access version, that is, the 128 hp G12T with manual transmission and Line finish.

However, it can be worth 23,500 euros in the case of the top of the range, with a 136 hp D16T engine, manual transmission and Limited finish. All possible options are associated with front-wheel drive.

Next, we show you one list with official prices of each of the versions currently on sale for the Tivoli in ascending order:

  • SsangYong Tivoli G12T (128 HP): 14,800 euros
  • SsangYong Tivoli G15T (163 HP): 19,900 euros
  • SsangYong Tivoli D16T (136 HP): 20,500 euros
  • SsangYong Tivoli G15T (163 HP) AUT: 22,700 euros
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SsangYong Tivoli interior

The cabin of the SsangYong Tivoli, despite its recent update, is somewhat dated. Regardless of the settings, which are adequate, the qualities used are clearly below average than is common in this market segment. The structuring and arrangement of the elements is relatively strange and sometimes does not seem to be integrated naturally, although the design is somewhat subjective. In return, is well equipped as standard.

The most accessible version of the Tivoli already has a wide cast of driving assistants: fatigue detector, lane departure warning with lane maintenance assistant, traffic sign recognition, hill start aid, cruise control, etc. Multimedia equipment, without GPS, is more conventional and according to this class of vehicle. The upholstery is cloth and the digital display in the instrument cluster is 3.5 inches.

As for its interior dimensions, the cabin of this SUV is especially well used, as is usual for SsangYong products (inside the Korando). There is a lot of space in relation to its exterior size. All its dimensions are equal to or greater than those of its rivals, but stands out above all for its length for the legs of the rear occupants and your overall height. All this without giving up a boot with a very good volume for this car category.

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Alternatives to SsangYong Tivoli

The SsangYong Korando is part of a hotly contested class of cars by the vast majority of brands. Although few are able to sell a product with these dimensions so well equipped for such a low cost, its main rivals could be: Citroën C3 Aircross, KIA Stonic, Renault Captur, SEAT Arona and Nissan Juke, among many others.

Of all these options, the best value for money is probably the Renault or the SEAT. The Citroën, despite being worse equipped, can become cheaper with sales campaigns. Some have electrified versions. This is not the case with the SsangYong in question.

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