What kind of car is the Renault Twingo?
The Twingo is what Renault has always traditionally done best: a simple, economical city car with real character. And that’s how we’ve all felt about our yellow bumblebee.
Is the Twingo play the same as the Smart Forfour?
The Twingo and Smart ForFour may be the same car under the skin, but that doesn’t make them the same car. For starters, our Twingo Play SCE costs £9995, whereas this posher ForFour Prime is £12,315.
How does Renault Twingo 1.0 SCe play work?
Month 6 running a Renault Twingo 1.0 SCe Play: three cylinders and a boat! It played havoc with the aerodynamics. It felt like I’d attached a sail to the roof, or a parachute; as if at any moment it might lift the car like an empty plastic bag in a breeze, and swirl it into the air to get tangled in a streetlight.
Which is better Twingo Mk2 or Twingo III?
Twingo III strikes back with four neatly packaged doors to the old car’s cumbersome two (the Mk2 was only available as a 3dr), and a completely flat, surprisingly reasonable load space when the rear seat backs are folded. Plus it’s cleaner, less thirsty and a great deal lighter.
The Renault Twingo is a four passenger city car manufactured and marketed by the French automaker Renault, introduced in 1992 and currently in its third generation.
When did the Renault Twingo 133 come out?
In January 2008, Renault debuted the Twingo Renaultsport 133, with a new 133 hp (99 kW) 1,598 cc engine, at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show. In August 2013, ordering and production of the 133 model ended.
What was the first colour of the Twingo?
In April 1993, the Twingo launched with only one trim level, and four exterior colours: coral red, Indian yellow, coriander green and overseas blue. The car retailed at a price of 55,000FF (approximately $19,000, 2018).