SsangYong Launches Tivoli Compact SUV in Korea

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SsangYong Motor Company (SYMC), announced the launch of its eagerly awaited ‘Tivoli' compact SUV model in Seoul, South Korea. The Tivoli offers innovative styling and remarkable product competitiveness to customers and was launched at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP). The new SUV was developed over a period of four years.

The Tivoli, which is SsangYong's first compact SUV model, is powered by a 1.6-litre engine. The company plans to sell up to 100,000 units of the new model annually, of which 40,000 units are planned for the Korean market while the rest would be exported.

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Pricing (Korean Won):

  • 16.3 million (approximately Rs. 9.31 lacs) for the TX (M/T) version
  • 17.9 million (approximately Rs. 10.22 lac) for the TX (A/T) version
  • 19.9 million (approximately Rs. 11.36 lacs) for the VX version
  • 22.2~23.7 million (approximately Rs. 12.68 lacs - Rs. 13.53 lacs) for the LX version

Interior Features:

  • Compact Deluxe Style
  • Bar-type switches
  • Touch screen controllers
  • Overall width of 1.795mm
  • Roomy two-row cabin
  • 423-litre storage
  • Seven-inch display screen
  • Rear camera
  • Six-speaker sound system
ssangyong tivoli interior features

First time in segment features:

  • Ventilated driver's seat
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated second-row seats
  • Semi-bucket seats
  • Fully-automatic dual air-conditioning system
  • Obstacle detection system with six sensors
  • Luggage screen
  • Automatic washer switch and automatic hazard lights
  • D-cut steering wheel
  • Six-color cluster with 3.5 inch display


  • 1.6-litre engine
  • 126 PS
  • 16.0 kgm torque
ssangyong tivoli features

Fuel economy:

  • 12.0 km/l - Automatic
  • 12.3 km/l - Manual


  • Ultra-high-strength materials used for building
  • Seven airbags
  • Front and rear disc brakes
  • Multi-functional ESP (Electronic Stability Program)
  • TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)
  • LED daytime running lamps
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