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Renault Twingo Reviews
Parkers90
Auto Express80
AA70
Car Keys70
Top Gear70
The Telegraph70
Carbuyer64
Autocar60
What Car60
Total Aggregate Score
70
4.5
4.5 / 5
Parkers
Review Summary
With the engine located at the back, the front wheels have more space in which to turn, allowing them to achieve angles of 45 degrees in the Twingo, giving it exceptional manoeuvrability in tight spaces, with the smallest turning circle in its class.
4
4 / 5
Auto Express
Review Summary
The Renault Twingo is a sporty looking rear-engined, rear-drive city car, but it struggles to compete with its rivals.
7
7 / 10
AA
Review Summary
For all the Twingo's radical engineering, deep down it remains a jolly, easy to drive and surprisingly practical small car for city journeys.
3.5
3 / 5
Car Keys
Review Summary
If you are someone who is; after a unique looking car, stylish flare, doesn’t mind paying a slight premium and are also considering the Fiat 500 – then the Twingo is definitely worth a forecourt visit.
7
7 / 10
Top Gear
Review Summary
Everyone should own an Alfa at some point in their lives. This one's a good place to start
7
7 / 10
The Telegraph
Review Summary
No doubt the Renault Twingo has a certain charm to it, helped by its amazingly tight turning circle. However, despite the effort Renault has put into designing a car with a rear-engined layout, the Twingo is actually no more spacious than other city cars.
3.2
3.2 / 5
Carbuyer
Review Summary
The Renault Twingo is a small and economical city car that blends good looks with decent practicality.
3
3 / 5
Autocar
Review Summary
The car is fresh and appealing to look at and comes across as likeable and charming – and among younger buyers, that may be more than half the battle. But the car is likeable mostly in spite of its handling, performance and practicality.
3
3 / 5
What Car
Review Summary
The Renault Twingo mixes cheeky styling with reasonable practicality, but it’s neither as refined nor as comfortable as its best rivals.
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