Safety

Tivoli has justifiably earned a reputation for outstanding safety performance with great safety features across the range and Tivoli XLV follows this trend. It now features FCW and AEBS, LDW, LKS, HBA and TSR – that a lot of technology for a small crossover – which its why its best-in-class!

Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking

Evaluating data from the vehicles on board camera, Forward Collision Warning (FCW) can detect a potential collision with a vehicle, pedestrian or obstacle. If a collision appears imminent FCW will warn the driver, and if there is insufficient response Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) will intervene with appropriate braking force to stop the vehicle or minimise damage.

Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keeping Assist

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) is designed to alert the driver that the vehicle is about to deviate from a traffic lane. Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) then helps the car stay toward the centre of the lane by applying a small amount of counter steering force.

Traffic Sign Recognition

The TSR system recognises speed limit signs and provides the driver with an on-screen warning.

High Beam Assist

HBA detects oncoming vehicles and the rear lights of vehicles in front and dips headlamp high beams accordingly.

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Airbags

Tivoli XLV is equipped with 7 airbags for maximum passenger protection on impact – the most in its class. These include a driver's knee protection airbag – a feature normally found in prestige vehicles.

Strength

The basis of a vehicle’s safety is its monocoque structure – both how it’s made and how it responds on impact. SsangYong’s engineers have made extensive use of high strength steel to construct a rigid passenger cell.
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ISOFIX

Tivoli XLV is equipped with ISOFIX child seat mountings to the rear outer seats to allow a firm and rigid attachment of child seats.

Seatbelt Pre-tensioners

In the event of a collision, the pre-tensioner immediately tightens the seatbelt over the chest and lap, ensuring the occupant is in the best possible restrained position if the airbags are deployed.