SsangYong Rexton facelift has already made its presence felt in South Korea. India will receive this facelift model during 2015.
SsangYong Tivoli compact crossover is launched in Korea at $15,000 (Rs. 9.34 lakhs) to $21,500 (Rs. 13.08 lakhs) price range. The model rivals Renault Captur and Chevrolet Trax in the domestic market, and Opel Mokka and Nissan Juke in European markets.
SsangYong Tivoli, the B-segment crossover from Ssangyong heads for launch in its home country in early 2015. Official images of the production version of this new crossover were revealed last week.
Mahindra owned Ssangyong has issued a recall notice for four models due to defective ball joints which may cause the wheels to separate from axle.
Mahindra owned South Korean brand, SsangYong has released first official photos of the soon to be launched Tivoli B segment crossover.
Mahindra owned Ssangyong’s X100 compact crossover is named after the Italian town ‘Tivoli’, near the city of Rome.