Special Edition SsangYong Tivoli LE Priced From £17,745 In UK

SsangYong is offering UK customers the chance to order a special edition Tivoli crossover dubbed LE, available in dealerships starting from mid-July, for a minimum price of £17,745 ($22,040).

Based on the existing ELX version, the LE resembles the top-spec Ultimate model on the outside, thanks to its black roof, power folding mirrors with integrated indicators, black diamond cut 18-inch alloy wheels and rear spoiler.

The £17,745 ($22,040) price tag is for the Tivoli LE petrol manual version, with the diesel costing £19,245 ($23,903) if you get the manual transmission, or £20,245 ($25,145) if you opt instead of the automatic.

The special edition Tivoli LE also comes with a new vibrant color dubbed ‘Orange Pop’, joining already existing colors such as Space Black and Silent Silver – all of which come with black wheels and a black roof.

Also read: Facelifted SsangYong Tivoli Bows In Korea With New Turbo Engine

As for safety and convenience features, the Korean crossover boasts the likes of cruise control, a 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, remote keyless entry, reverse camera, smart steering, heated front seats, TPU leather look and cloth seats, internal chrome door handles, a headlight leveling system, electric windows front and rear, tinted glass, dual-zone automatic climate control, and a D-cut steering wheel with mounted controls (height and reach adjustable).

Meanwhile, actively keeping you safe are the Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) system, the Forward Collision Warning, and the Active Rollover Protection (ARP).

The exterior also comes with a Piano Black radiator grille, front fog lights, projection headlights, and front and rear LED daytime running lights.

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