According to some reviews the French car maker Renault has a good track record of building fun, good, safe and small city cars. The three- doors Renaultsport Twingo 133 is one of their shinning example. The cute and sporty look make it stands out in the crowd. Although it may not be to everyone's taste especially the oversized Renault badge on the grille. Overall, the Renaultsport Twingo 133 interior has an expensive beside its performance. Its safety features include
The Renaultsport Twingo 133 claims to be one of the most powerful city cars to-date and comes with the price. It is expensive compare to some of their rival cars in the same category like the VW, SEAT Mii and Skoda Citigo.
Opening orders for Renault's new Renaultsport Twingo 133 will begin on April 2nd, the French carmaker has announced, with pricing starting at £13,565.
For their money, customers will be getting a 1.6-litre naturally-aspirated engine delivering 133hp at 6,750rpm, with 160Nm of torque available at 4,400rpm.
This allows the hot hatch to hit speeds of 125 mph, with 0-62 mph reached in around 8.7 seconds.
Renaultsport Twingo 133 sale
At a cost, buyers can have a host of extra Renault car parts fitted to their new motor, including 17-inch alloy wheels for £500, curtain airbags for £250, metallic paint for £460, or Renaultsport Liquid Yellow id paint for £1,300.
However, the car, unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show last autumn, already comes with a host of toys and extras as standard, including 16-inch alloys, Bluetooth, cruise control and a speed limiter.
The front of the car has also been re-styled and now incorporates a front blade as seen on Formula One cars. The running cost is slightly higher for models in this class. It emits 150g/km of CO2 with only 43.5mpg. If you are looking for a small fuel efficiency vehicle this may not be the one for you.
According to the manufacturer, "this alludes to Renault's success in Formula 1".