Quite interested in this one – a load lugging ‘SUV-estate’ that looks promising in its sector, promises good levels of safety, a striking design that compares to both the Nissan Qashqai and Skoda Yeti/Mini Clubman and good value for money.
Its economical value also bodes well in the practicality stakes – and it looks like the car I like on this blog – no-nonsense, 4×4 and able to take the pressures of everyday life and travel.
‘Tivoli XLV provides just the versatility needed to meet individual lifestyles: family car for lugging baby buggies and cots for small children, bikes and golf clubs for the sports-minded, and materials or business equipment during the working week.’
Tivoli XLV is offered with a Euro 6 compliant 1.6 litre diesel engine, and matched with the option of a 6-speed manual transmission or 6-speed Aisin automatic, two-wheel drive or 4×4.
Both 2WD and 4WD editions are available. Prices start from just £18,250 for the Tivoli XLV 1.6 diesel manual 2WD – that’s just £1,000 more than for the equivalent Tivoli ELX – £19,250 with automatic transmission, £19,500 for theTivoli XLV 1.6 diesel manual 4×4, and £20,500 for the 4×4 with automatic.