The Tivoli G1.2T’s turbocharged three-cylinder motor joins the prevailing vary of bigger turbocharged four-cylinder engines, comprising a 1.5-litre petrol and 1.6-litre diesel, and arrives as a part of the model’s drive to ‘match European market traits’.
With a peak energy output of 126bhp and 170lb ft of torque between 1750rpm and 3500rpm, the brand new motor pushes the value-oriented Hyundai Kona rival from 0-62mph in 10.6sec, is able to 42mpg and emits 153g/km of CO2 on the WLTP mixed cycle.
The brand new motor is obtainable solely with a six-speed guide gearbox and may be paired with two entry-level trim packages. The Tivoli vary opens up with EX trim at £13,995, which options cruise management, electrical home windows, DAB radio, metal wheels and a collection of digital driver aids as customary.
Ventura trim is priced from £16,995, and provides options together with 16in alloys, leather-based inside components, a 7in touchscreen with reversing digicam, smartphone connectivity, a heated steering wheel, LED foglights and keyless begin performance.
The bigger 1.5-litre engine is obtainable with Final trim from £19,995, whereas the top-rung diesel motor bumps the value as much as £21,495. This trim degree incorporates a new 10.25in LCD instrument cluster and may be specified with an computerized gearbox.