Renault Twingo Reviews
Product Type: Renault cars
Newest Review: ... has a little spoiler which gives that extra bit of character, it has only a 1.1 engine but fitted with a turbo that gives it ... more
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Customer Renault Twingo Reviews (9)
by - written on 18/09/10 (Very useful, 100 readings)
If you are in the market for a new car and you are consideriing buying a small car that is fun to drive and is cheap to run then you may just want to add one more option to your list. The Renault Twingo you will be pleased to hear looks nothing like the one in the picture and is actually a sporty little number. I was brought mine as it was in my price range. Cars like the Corsa were just a bit too expenisive but I didnt want to comprimise on style and so the Twingo was perfect for me. There are different ranges such as the dynamique or the classy sport 133 however I opted for the Freeway which is a 1.2 which is great on fuel. First of all the car ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/11/05 (Very useful, 1588 readings)
I have owned a Twingo for nearly 4 years now, and feel well qualified to comment upon its performance and reliability, as well as servicing costs and running costs. What initially attracted me to this car was its looks. Mine is a baby blue. It is sleek, modern and an extremely attractive vehicle, and the only comparison really in my price range was the Clio which I dismissed on the grounds that it was more like a small car pretending to be big than the Twingo, with its plush upholstery and its actual feel that I found claustrophobic. Getting into the Twingo, you get an immediate feeling of space, because of the very large glazed area of the car, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/10 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Bought this car 4 weeks ago, brand new and shiny bright! It is a Dynamique 1.2 eco engine to peplace a 3 year old peugeot 107. I only need a little economical car for a round trip of 20 miles each working day. So far I like this car very much. The car feels solid and safe, more than my last one. It has 5 star safety rating too which also gives me a bit more peace of mind. There is sufficient room in the boot for a good family weeks worth of shopping and the back seats can be folded from the boot end and also slid forward independently for even more room. I have had 4 adults in it and there is surprisingly good leg room at the rear, although as usual with a 3 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I bought my new Renault Twingo 1.2 GT TCE in July 2008 and have never looked back. Without doubt, one of the best purchases I have ever made. Ever since my first tentative testdrive, every journey has left me with a smile on my face, as the little engine helped on by the turbo delivers more thrills and spills than a 0-60 time of 9.8 secs might suggest! Indeed, off the line, the car will embarrass some large saloons that many would consider more powerful! The car is an ideal buy for the young, trendy driver with a high insurance premium. The performance is exciting enough to keep all but the most enthusiastic drivers entertained, the interior is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/13 (Useful, 69 readings)
My silver renault twingo 1.2 freeway has certainly grown on me since i swapped my citroen c2 for it last year. My previous c2 was the best car I had ever owned, having a very nippy 1.4 hdi engine meant it was quick off the mark and great to drive. My first impressions of the twingo were that it was really slow, this mainly because i was going from a turbo diesel 1.4 to a petrol 1.2 eco friendly. *Interior* Whilst being reasonably smart inside there is nothing flash about this car's interior. All plastic grey finish with a very different dashboard to your standard car. The speedometer is located above the cd/radio on the central panel, and being the ... Read the complete review
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