Advice for buyers
What should I look for in a used Renault Twingo hatchback?
Despite the Twingo's tight turning circle and big door mirrors, you should check its alloy wheels for kerb damage and bumpers for scrapes. Parking sensors aren’t standard on any Twingo other than the top-spec GT – something that might have caught some drivers out when slotting their car into a space.
The interior could be specified in some light colours that won't hide dirt for long. It's also made with plenty of hard, scratchy plastics that might be easy to wipe clean but can also be scuffed by shoes or jewellery.