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This writer was thrilled driving this SsangYong Tivoli 1.6 EXG 6AT, it was so nimble, it felt like the vehicle was running on rails, when tackling turns at extra-legal speeds, it would hardly lean. The nail pounding brakes (front and rear discs) with ABS, BA and EBD controlled the vehicle to a stop when the situation required. The size of the SsangYong Tivoli 1.6 EXG 6AT was ideal for our local roads and tight parking spaces with dealer option rear camera and standard parking sensors, it not only aids the driver but definitely prevents a collision. Aside from the well-lit instrument cluster and trip computer, it was also very informative than most vehicles in its class. The cool air-conditioning system together with the 7” LCD touchscreen HD/DVD/MP3/Aux-port/BT/AM/FM/CD/USB port with mirror link ready wired to 6-speakers could keep the occupants cool and with the soothing music to match...stress-free. The cabin was in black leather interior that matched the leather steering wheel with audio control that came in handy and the adequate elbow, leg and head room plus the cargo space was ideal for mall rats. Even at extra-legal speeds the cabin noise was at a very low decibel and the vehicle was very stable. For City driving this vehicle was very ideal and in urban driving the 6-speed automatic transmission was economically effective.
The SsangYong Tivoli was pulled by a 1597cc 4-inline DOHC 16 valves Dual Variable Valve Timing petrol engine matched on to a 6-speed automatic transmission with smart driving mode that could deliver a lusty 128ps/6000rpm maximum power and 160Nm/4600rpm of maximum torque to the front wheels. A 47 liter petrol tank maybe small in terms of quantity but for the 1.6 liter petrol engine, this was more than enough to run your errands and go to places where long stretches of roads were of abundance with twist and turns.
For a closer look and a test drive visit your nearest SsangYong dealer and get the best deal in purchasing one.

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