Refers to the working wheels of the vehicle. Rear-Wheel drive is ideal for vehicles with high performance and heavy weights. Front-Wheel drive provides more traction (road grip) and are more suitable to adverse weather. All-Wheel drive is an automatic four-wheel drive system which is suited for rugged off-road conditions.
Max Output (HP)
Horsepower (hp) refers to the strength of the engine. The more horsepower provided, the more powerful the engine. Revolutions per minute (rpm) refers to the number of mechanical turns made by the engine.
110 hp @ 6,300 rpm
128 hp @ 6,000 rpm
Max Torque (Nm)
Refers to the pulling power of a vehicle. Higher torque vehicles are more suitable for towing and carrying heavy loads.
142 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
160 Nm @ 4,600 rpm
Acceleration Rate (0-100 km/h)
SsangYong Tivoli SX MT is more powerful
SsangYong Tivoli SX MT has more pulling power
Economy & Environment
Combined C02 Emissions
Refers to the carbon-foot print made by a vehicle every kilometre. Vehicles with lower CO2 emission values have less impact on the environment.
Combined Fuel Consumption
Fuel consumption combined is an estimate on the average fuel consumption in mixed highway and city driving conditions. Liters per 100km (l/100km) refers to the estimated liters of fuel required for an average 100km journey. Vehicles with lower figures are more fuel efficient.
Is an equation that estimates the number of kilometres a vehicle can drive on a single tank of gas. This equation is calculated by dividing the fuel tank capacity by combined fuel consumption and then multiplying it by 100.
Number of Doors
Number of Seats
Ford EcoSport 1.5L Ambiente MT is longer
SsangYong Tivoli SX MT is wider
Ford EcoSport 1.5L Ambiente MT is taller
SsangYong Tivoli SX MT has a large wheelbase
Ford EcoSport 1.5L Ambiente MT and SsangYong Tivoli SX MT have the same turning circles
SsangYong Tivoli SX MT has a larger trunk capacity
Ford EcoSport 1.5L Ambiente MT has a larger overall cargo capacity
Safety & Security
Front Passenger's Airbag
Electronic Brake Distribution
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is an automatic safety feature that allows the wheels on a vehicle to maintain tractive contact with the surface of the road when the drive applies the brake. This prevents the vehicles form locking up and avoids uncontrollable skidding.
Anti-lock Brake System
With Electronic Brake-force Distribution and Brake Assist
An electronic security device which prevents the engine from running unless the correct key is present.
Electronic Door Locks
Speed Sensing Door Locks
Lane Departure Warning System
Blind-Spot Detection System
An added convenience feature that when applied allows a vehicle to maintain a selected constant speed without the use of the accelerator.
Front Parking Sensors
Rear Parking Sensors
Push Start Button
Wheel Metal Type
Indicates the material used on the wheel hubs. Alloy wheels have a more premium look than steel. The size of alloys usually increases with price range.