SsangYong goes big with new Tivoli XLV

Additional space boosts appeal of SsangYong’s Tivoli XLV

19th June, 2016
The new SsangYong Tivoli XLV comes with additional boot space

SsangYong has added a second model to its crossover line-up in the form of the Tivoli XLV. For all intents and purposes, it is an estate crossover that majors in generous levels of cargo space, but lacks the additional seating offered by seven-seat alternatives. Not that the regular Tivoli was particularly lacking in room, but the XLV increases boot capacity to 720 litres, which can be further expanded to 1,440 litres when the rear seat...

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