Which used Renault Twingo hatchback should I buy?
The entry-level 1.0 SCe model isn't particularly quick, but it's the one to go for, because it's cheaper to buy than the turbocharged 0.9 TCe and will cost you less to run, particularly when you go for an example equipped with stop-start technology.
The more powerful 0.9 TCe is much more usable when venturing out of town, but you'll need to pay extra for that privilege and there are fewer of them available to buy. The same is true of the 108bhp GT version. It isn’t that much fun to drive anyway, so we can't recommend this particular Twingo unless you can get a really good deal on it.