With a whole host of functions that have really brought this car into the 21st century, there’s no way you’ll want to lease anything else – The Twingo II won City Car of the Year in 2011 and we wouldn’t be surprised if the Twingo III does the same.
The new Twingo has had a complete make-over. The body style is following in the footsteps of popular superminis like the Ford Ka and the Fiat 500, and the colours mean you can be bright, bold and sporty.
With the choice of 0.9 litre and 1.0 litre engines, with 90bhp and 70bhp respectively, the Twingo is just as ideal for zipping through a city as it is for cruising along country roads. The Twingo is compact, which means you can squeeze into those tight city spaces with no problem at all. Despite its small size, it’s deceptively spacious on the inside, and with efficiency of between 60.1mpg and 67.3mpg, depending on the model you choose – Expression,Play, Dynamique, Dynamique S - you’re guaranteed to save a lot on petrol too.
With great colours flowing on the inside and out, his car is perfect for anyone wanting to turn heads as they drive.
If you’re looking for a cool car but don’t want to blow the budget, then the new Renault Twingo is perfect. As well as being great value, it’s fun to drive, economical to run and stylish both inside and out. Let’s not forget practicality either, the new Twingo has a boot capacity of up to 980 litres (188 litres, if all the seats are in their normal positions) which is more than ample for a weekly family shop. Seriously, if you don’t believe us about the greatness of the Twingo, take a look at what the experts say.
Barrels of fun
The new Renault Twingo is a great addition to the extremely popular supermini range. With rivals like the Fiat 500 and Ford Ka, Renault had to pull out all the stops, and they really have. The Twingo has everything you could ever need from a car, so as long as you’re not looking for a car fit to hold your family of seven, the Twingo is definitely worth checking out.