This POV test drive features a 2018 Renault Twingo SCe 70. For technical specifications of this car, visit www.roadfanatic.com/city-cars/2018-renault-twingo-sce-70

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Comments

    • Nikos Bays
      Nikos Bays

      Really thinking to buy this car, for anyone who owns it, can you go for a trip with it?is it noisy? Let's say with a stable speed of 110klm/h , how many revs does it have?

      about 2 days ago
    • Timo
      Timo

      Kupplungsschleifer

      about 9 days ago
    • David Casas
      David Casas

      Another small and pretty car but in this case, a FR traction with rear engine. I think I'm returning to the past ¿Where is my DeLorean?

      about 22 days ago
    • Jenny Donne
      Jenny Donne

      I've have owned the 900 tce Twingo for the last 3 years and absolutely love this car, been a joy to own

      about 1 month ago
    • Nick 64
      Nick 64

      Nice car.

      about 1 month ago
    • Quentin _
      Quentin _

      I love so much your videos!!!! (All)

      about 2 months ago
    • John Smith
      John Smith

      Very stable and and fun to drive. It is also very economical ( 5.7l/100km) and has low running costs. I use this nice little car for Autobahn (most of the time the A7 Kassel - Göttingen and trust me, this Motoryway only consists of hills with up to a 9% gradient) and city travel. The engine is powerful enough even at motorway speeds. The car manages steep hills quite well, even with two passengers and a decent amount of luggage. Most of the time you have enought reserves to hold 135kmh at steep climbs. It is certainly not a racecar, but the tiny and nippy SCe 70 is quiet and gives you a pleasant driving experience and in my opinion deserves a little more respect. Note: The full potential of this engine is achieved after exceeding about 3000- 4000 km.

      about 3 months ago
    • Brian Griffiths
      Brian Griffiths

      Very good short drive which shows just how quiet and refined this car is.
      I bought a Twingo GT in March and have been very impressed with the performance, handling and economy as well as the build quality which is excellent. The cabin is quite spacious and the elevated driving position gives you an SUV like 360-degree view which is far better than I had on my previous car, a Renault Clio.

      about 3 months ago
    • Noureddine Rai
      Noureddine Rai

      no exterior quick presentation?

      about 3 months ago
    • Uroš Milavec
      Uroš Milavec

      I am from Slovenia. Slovenia is the only country that produces this Renault car. It is very useful for driving around city, with engine under rear trunk and a driveshaft too. In my country it costs about 8.800€ with middle equipment(Expression) and 1.0 Sce engine.

      about 3 months ago
    • Mabirc
      Mabirc

      I have to say, as someone who owns a Renault Clio, Renault is seriously stepping up their game. Especially design wise they are doing very well, but also the quality of the interior is becoming better. Their engines are quiet and dont require much. The Symbioz is just a showcase of whats possible.
      But don't get me wrong, theres still a long way to go.

      about 3 months ago
    • ventiadi
      ventiadi In reply to Mabirc

      Juha Nyman i work in a garage . The terrible cars are ford and opel. I hate that trashcars. Renault is not good not bad.

      about 2 months ago
    • Mabirc
      Mabirc In reply to Mabirc

      Juha Nyman
      I've personally never heard of a Twingo dying before 100.000 km. You ?

      about 3 months ago
    • Juha Nyman
      Juha Nyman In reply to Mabirc

      Twingo's go car graveyard before 100,000km :D

      about 3 months ago