The Renault Twingo mixes cheeky styling with reasonable practicality, but it’s neither as refined nor as comfortable as the best rivalsread the full model review
This is the most luxurious trim in the Twingo range, with 16in alloys, part-leather seats, a 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system, part-leather seats and a folding fabric sunroof all fitted as standard. It's way too pricey to recommend, though.
It may be slightly smaller than the entry-level engine at 0.9-litre, but it gets a turbocharger that significantly improves power and usability. The standard five-speed manual gearbox best suits this unit, since the six-speed optional automatic can be clunky, especially at low speeds.