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What is it like on the inside?
Notice the way the wheels of the Twingo are forced right to the corners? That’s good for interior space – and the engine’s position doesn’t reduce boot space too much – although we’d refrain from putting melty stuff on the boot floor.
The driving layout is good but watch the optioning. Renault has two phone-link systems, R&Go and R-Link, and neither works brilliantly. But otherwise there aren’t too many holes – visibility is great, it’s comfortable, quiet and smooth to operate. Quality’s a bit tinny, but hey, this is a city car, and only the Up manages to buck that trend.