The Tivoli comes out pretty well against the Nissan Juke on a PCP finance deal, thanks to its low list price and reasonably high optional final payment.
However, the Tivoli is unlikely to retain the same proportion of its value as a Nissan Juke or Kia Soul. So, if you are a cash buyer, while it may be cheaper to buy initially, you could find it costs you more in depreciation over the longer term.
While the Tivoli’s engines are slightly more efficient than the equivalent Kia Soul’s, it’s not as good in this respect as the Nissan Juke. As a result, the higher fuel consumption and CO2 emissions mean it will cost you more to tax and fuel than the Nissan, and if you are a company car driver, you’ll pay more in benefit-in-kind payments. At least, for a reasonable cost, you can buy a five-year servicing package to help manage your annual budgets.