Articles about Ssangyong Tivoli

The lone turbodiesel-powered subcompact crossover in a petrol-dominated segment
Battle of the Korean subcompact SUVs
One of the more recent segments to grow rapidly in the Philippines is that of the subcompact SUV. Today, the spotlight is on three of the latest Korean B-segment crossovers available on the market. All variants featured are priced below P1.
The 2020 Tivoli has been launched, too
Remember when SsangYong cars left something to be desired? Nope, neither do we.The Korean car manufacturer has mostly impressed since it made its return to the Philippine market, and is beefing up its lineup with the all-new Korando and the
A quirky Korean crossover
In August 2018, SsangYong Berjaya Motor Philippines-the Korean brand's official local distributor-brought in the refreshed Tivoli. The changes were meant to provide the subcompact crossover with a sportier look and a more premium interior vibe.Good news, then, as
There are a lot of options out there
Hi Top Gear Philippines,I need advice. Which manual MPV should I buy?AnonymousGood day!You never mentioned what your budget is so I'll give you a broad spectrum of cars to choose from.The first obvious choice is the Honda
An underrated crossover
Good news for those looking for a brand-new crossover. SsangYong Berjaya Motor Philippines (SBMP) has announced that it has brought in the refreshed Tivoli-the Korean manufacturer's subcompact crossover offering.If you ask us, this model is relatively underrated in
Some post-TRAIN bargains
Last year, we put together a few lists of cars you can buy for X amount of pesos per month. But as you all know, thanks to the Tax Reform Package for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, the market landscape in 2018
Take your pick
Subcompact crossovers are city-friendly, easy to maneuver, and relatively versatile for their humble size. There are also a ton of models available to choose from, making buying one sort of a huge treat and a challenge at the same time.For
A mixed bag
In 2016 Korean car manufacturer SsangYong made its grand re-entry into the local car market, brought in by the Berjaya Group. The initial lineup consisted of the Korando, the Rodius and the Tivoli.That was about two years ago, and since
This Korean crossover wants to prove skeptics wrong
Do you like the looks of the Countryman but think that Mini's prices are outrageous? Do you want a zippy car that doesn't make any fuss? Do you admire Deadpool and want to wear his costume? Then SsangYong has a
In the form of the subcompact Tivoli
Sometimes, the most impactful cars are the ones you have the least expectations of. Sure, it's easy to get blown away by a European sports car, but to have a more-than-pleasant experience with a brand one had written off
With Rhino-Rack bicycle roof racks
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Some of us at Top Gear Philippines are avid bikers. In fact, we helped form our office bicycle club, which goes on rides around
They'll honestly surprise you
Despite having spent all night canoodling with the cool people at the Preview Ball, Top Gear Philippines editor-in-chief Vernon B. Sarne managed to roll into the basement parking lot of the Summit Media office building on his bicycle at 5:
The Tivoli, the Korando and the Rodius
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Korean carmaker SsangYong has officially made its grand re-entry into our market with three new models: the Rodius MPV, the Korando compact SUV
It's one of our two cover cars this month
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Before its official debut at the Manila International Auto Show, the SsangYong Tivoli was sampled by our print associate editor Paulo Rafael Subido for
Here are the official prices and variants
SsangYong is back. The Korean carmaker made official its return to the Philippine market during the opening of the 2016 Manila International Auto Show in Pasay City yesterday. The brand, along with its local distributor SsangYong Berjaya Motor Philippines, made its presence
3rd Korean car brand to do business here
Remember Korean carmaker SsangYong? You might recall some of its models sold in our market beginning in the '90s--first with the likes of the Musso and the rebadged MB100, and then with newer offerings like the Rexton and the Actyon. The
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