For The Renault Twingo is a surprisingly mature small car, with space for four and plenty of scope for personalisation.
Against The looks won’t be to all tastes, while the interior plastics look and feel rather cheap. You have to pay extra for stability control.
What Car? says
There's no denying the Renault Twingo is a good little city car, with decent interior space. However, our money would go on one of the excellent alternatives from the Volkswagen Group.
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There are 1 Renault Twingo versions available
Target Price team says:
Just one version of the Renault Twingo is available: a 1.2-litre petrol in Dynamique trim. It has a modestly powered petrol engine, and although it rides quite nicely and is fairly easy to manoeuvre around town, it can’t match the dynamic abilities of the best city cars.
Standard safety kit isn't that good, so we'd definitely add the optional stability control and side airbags.
Reader test team says:
It's a great car. Previously had a mini one, the interior quality is on par with the mini, and standard kit is very generous. The plastics are hard…
I was looking for a small city vehicle. The Twingo made it to my shortlist, with the Volkswagen Up and the Fiat Panda. I test drove all three. The…