SsangYong Launches Tivoli Ultimate Edition From £17,495

SsangYong’s limited edition Tivoli Ultimate is powered by a 1.6-liter Euro 6 petrol engine, and will set you back £17,495 ($25,000) if you go for the manual, or £18,747 ($26,845) if you opt for the 6-speed Aisin automatic.

The Ultimate comes with an electrically operated and ventilated driver’s seat, a heated steering wheel, LED fog lamps, repositioned handbrake and minor changes to the switchgear. It’s also based on the range-topping ELX version, which is one of the safest cars in its class according to the automaker.

Available active safety systems include Forward Collision Warning, Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, High Beam Assistance and Traffic Sign Recognition. You also get seven airbags – front, side, curtain and one for the driver’s knee.

As for other standard features, there’s the leather upholstery, keyless starting, parking sensors, reversing camera, cruise control, electric windows, smart steering, 7-inch touchscreen with RDS radio, iPod and Bluetooth connectivity, TomTom navigation, diamond cut alloys and dual-zone air conditioning.

Buyers willing spend an extra £400 ($573) can get the optional Style pack, which adds either a white or black contrasting roof. If you’d just like the entry-level Tivoli though, know that it will set you back just £13,495 ($19,324), not much more than a top-spec Dacia Duster.

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  • Finkployd

    This is it, this is the ultimate limited edition !!
    Me: 😛!!? Of what ??
    Of the samssung ravioli

  • thunder bolt

    $26,845 for a Chinese product? no thanks cabron.

    • haudit

      It’s not Chinese, it’s from an Indian-owned South Korean manufacturer.

  • That said in UK they had extensive campaign and I think their PCP deal is cheaper than Sandero.

    I still choose the Sandero though. Or work harder and get a Cactus.

    • Finkployd

      I kinda noticed over your different posts that you had a thing with the citroen cactus

      • The original pre facelift Cactus is probably the most original car design ever in decades. If you are a regular folks and being presented with small suv without badges. They are all look the same.

        But sadly Citroen killed the Cactus because most people found it weird. But I totally love it DS of our generation.

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