• Refreshed Tivoli gets sharper styling.
    Refreshed Tivoli gets sharper styling.
  • New 1.2 T-GDI petrol unit is part of the new Mahindra mSt...
    New 1.2 T-GDI petrol unit is part of the new Mahindra mStallion engine family.
  • Updated Tivoli's styling gets inspired from the larger Ko...
    Updated Tivoli's styling gets inspired from the larger Korando.
  • New 10.25-inch digital cluster replaces the analog unit.
    New 10.25-inch digital cluster replaces the analog unit.
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SsangYong Tivoli facelift debuts with new Mahindra engine

18th May 2020 8:48 pm

Tivoli-based XUV300’s Sportz variant also set to launch soon with the new 1.2-litre mStallion engine.

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  • Refreshed Tivoli gets styling updates inside out

  • New 1.2 turbo-petrol engine part of Mahindra's mStallion family

  • Key updates include new 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster.

Mahindra-owned Korean brand SsangYong has revealed the mid-cycle update for its popular Tivoli SUV overseas. The refreshed model gets sharper styling, with some elements from the larger Korando SUV, giving it a fresh look inside and out. It also has more features like an upgraded 7.0-inch infotainment system and a 10.25-inch full-digital instrument cluster.  

Under the hood, the updated Tivoli now sees the addition of an all-new 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine. The G1.2T  direct-injection motor churns out 126hp and 230Nm of torque. This unit is part of the Mahindra mStallion engine family, which made its debut at Auto Expo 2020, and is built in-house by the carmaker. It features a dual-mass flywheel, a single drive belt for all the ancillaries, a very rigid, short-skirt crankcase and a resonator on the turbocharger. Additionally, the mStallion engine range also employs lightweight bits like a plastic cam cover and intake manifold. With the new 1.2-litre engine, the refreshed Tivoli will do 100kph in 10.6sec, according to SsangYong.  

Closer to home, the same 1.2-litre T-GDI engine from the updated Tivoli will be fitted on the XUV300’s Sportz variant that was unveiled earlier this year at Auto Expo 2020. The Ford EcoSport will also receive the same engine as a replacement for its now defunct 1.0-litre EcoBoost powerplant.

Also see:

2020 Ssangyong Tivoli facelift image gallery

Mahindra predicts shift from car ownership to subscriptions post COVID-19

Mahindra introduces ‘Contactless Service Experience’

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