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2010 (60) Renault Twingo1.2 16V I-Music 3dr

Grangemouth Renault / Dacia

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Standard specification

Driver Convenience

Rev counterService indicator
Variable power steering 


4 x 20W RDS radio + single CD MP3 player + RCA input + bluetoothAuxiliary input socket

Exterior Features

Black internally adjustable door mirrorsBrushed aluminium door mirrors
Electric front windowsFront fog lamps
Sports bodystylingTinted windows
Variable front intermittent wipers 

Interior Features

12V Accessory socketAnti submarining seat design
Ashtray and cigar lighterBoot light
Cloth upholsteryCupholders in centre console
Driver's vanity mirror with cover/ticket holderFolding rear seat - one piece
Fore/aft adj front pass/driver seatFront courtesy light with time delay
Front passenger seat isofix location pointGlovebox with integrated sunglasses holder
Height adjustable front headrestsHeight adjustable steering wheel
Isofix rear child seat preparationMap pockets on front seats
Rear parcel shelfStorage tray on dashboard


3 point front/outer rear seatbelts+pre-tensionersABS/EBD
Brake assistDriver seatbelt warning indicator
Driver/Front Passenger airbagsFront passenger airbag deactivation


Deadlocking systemElectronic immobiliser
RAID (Renault Anti-Intruder Device)Remote central locking


Full size spare wheel
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Technical specification


CO2 (g/km)119Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 4

Engine and Drive Train

CamshaftDOHCCatalytic ConvertorTrue
CC1149Compression Ratio9.8:1
Cylinder LayoutIN-LINECylinders4
Cylinders - Bore (mm)69Cylinders - Stroke (mm)76.8
Engine CodeD4F772Engine LayoutFRONT TRANSVERSE
Number of Valves16TransmissionMANUAL

Fuel Consumption

EC Combined (mpg)49.6EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesTrue
EC Extra Urban (mpg)60.1EC Urban (mpg)37.6


Badge Engine CC1.2Badge Power75
Based On ID38180Coin Description16V
Coin SeriesI-MusicInsurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0712E
Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years12Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years3
EURO NCAP Front and Side Impact test - Star Rating.4EURO NCAP Pedestrian test - Star Rating.2
Service Interval Frequency - Months24Special EditionTrue
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage60000Standard manufacturers warranty - Years3
Vehicle Homologation ClassM1 


0 to 62 mph (secs)12Engine Power - BHP75
Engine Power - KW56Engine Power - PSTrue
Engine Power - RPM5500Engine Torque - LBS.FT79
Engine Torque - MKG11Engine Torque - NM107
Engine Torque - RPM4250Top Speed106


Tyre Size Front165/65 R14Tyre Size Rear165/65 R14
Wheel Type14" STEEL 

Vehicle Dimensions

Width (including mirrors)1927 

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)40Gross Vehicle Weight1370
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)959Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)165
Max. Loading Weight420Minimum Kerbweight950
No. of Seats4Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb10.5
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Independent review

Review courtesy of Car and Driving

Renault Twingo



The original Renault Twingo caused quite a furore in the UK, at least it did given that this was a car never officially sold here. British holidaymakers would return from France, where the car was selling like warm crusty loaves the shape of baseball bats, having glimpsed a cutely curving little city car with round staring headlamps. Once they'd unpacked, they wanted to know why they couldn't buy one here and Renault never really came up with a satisfactory answer. What the French marque did do was bring the second generation Twingo to the UK, although that car wasn't quite the cuddly runabout many were expecting.


The original Twingo was launched in France in 1992 and was still being built in 2007 after a series of minor restyles, a mark of the car's appeal and the foresight in its basic design. It had a number of innovative features apart from its lovable looks including a centrally-mounted instrument cluster and a rear seat that could slide to increase boot space at the expense of leg room. The car's shape also made it in miniature form a forerunner of today's MPVs with its stubby bonnet and wheels pushed into each corner of the vehicle. So the original Twingo was certainly clever. Unfortunately, the 2007 remake didn't have quite the same depth of thought behind it. The Mk2 Twingo is built on the underpinnings of the Mk2 Clio supermini which by 2007, had been superseded by the Mk3 Clio for a good couple of years. As superminis had grown larger and more sophisticated, much of the immediacy and raw enjoyment that could be gleaned from driving them had ebbed away and Renault saw the Twingo as a sporty entrant into the smaller citycar sector that could rekindle some of that lost verve. To this end, the car was launched in basic Freeway and sporty Dynamic and GT trim levels with a trio of buzzy 1.2-litre engine options. There was a 60bhp entry-level unit, a 16-valve 75bhp option and a 100bhp TCe turbo. The seriously sporty Renaultsport Twingo arrived in 2008 with a 1.6-litre engine and a more focused set-up. In mid 2010, CO2 emissions were lowered across the range and equipment levels were improved within a new trim level framework. Expression, I-Music, Dynamique, GT, Renaultsport was the line-up while a limited edition Renaultsport Gordini model topped the range.

What You Get

Citycars tend either to be fashion statements (see the Toyota iQ or the Fiat 500) or focus more on practicality (like a Fiat Panda or a Kia Picanto). The Twingo falls somewhere between these two extremes. The shape is contemporary and fun, without being especially arresting, while the body is spacious and airy but can't be ordered with more than three doors. Still, there are a number of neat design touches. The swollen wheel arches, novel door catches stand out and accessory packs that included flowers, stripes and chequer decals mean that there was quite a bit of variety in the looks of the cars that rolled off the forecourts. This generation Twingo is a massive 170mm longer than the original partly as a result of it being based on the Clio Mk2 chassis. Most of the extra room has been given over to rear seat passengers and the boot. The two rear seats can slide 220mm fore and aft to prioritise space for either people or luggage and they also fold flat and then tumble forwards, offering up to 959 litres of space in this guise. Other noteworthy features include a centrally mounted instrument cluster like on the original and no fewer than eleven storage spaces dotted around the cabin.

What to Look For

The basic Clio II platform managed years of reasonably trouble free service so the Twingo shouldn't turn up too many nasty surprises running on the same mechanicals. The cars are likely to be used predominantly around town so pay particular attention to the condition of the bodywork and wheels. Also make sure that there's plenty of life left in the clutch. Low mileage doesn't necessarily mean an easy life if it's been clocked up in the stop-start traffic of the urban jungle.

Replacement Parts

(approx based on a 2007 Twingo 1.2) Day to day consumables for the Twingo are in line with what you'd expect. An air filter is around £7, spark plugs are £9, whilst an oil filter is around £7 and a fuel filter £18. Nothing too terrifying here.

On the Road

The Twingo emphasis is, not surprisingly, on petrol power. The units in question, like the chassis, are borrowed largely from the old generation Clio and for keen drivers, that's good news as the Clio II boasted one of the most capable and fun small car platforms around. Electric variable power steering is fitted as standard, with the sportier GT and Renaultsport models getting a beefier set up to complement the use of stiffer bushes in their suspension set-ups. So what's it like in day-to-day use? Well, the Twingo serves up a pleasantly urgent driving experience in the kind of urban areas where it will be predominantly used. The ride isn't the crash, bang, wallop, affair served up by some small cars (especially MINIs with large wheels) and is actually very composed on bad surfaces. It's good fun to chuck about too, changing direction promptly and able to corner with the best citycar offerings in a way that makes you keen to try the top of the range Renaultsport model. That car zips to sixty in under eight seconds on the way to around 125mph. In other words, it will destroy a MINI Cooper at the lights for a couple of grand less. Still, you may not feel the need to live every day as if you're at the wheel of a PlayStation game and if so, the Twingo GT with its lightly turbocharged 100bhp TCE engine might be a better bet. Or, you might take the view that less is more and go no further than the entry-level 1.2-litre 8-valve 60bhp engine fitted to the entry-level model. There's also a 75bhp 16-valve version of this engine.


This Twingo isn't the groundbreaking piece of design that the original was but it is a fun, sporty city car that's ideal for younger buyers. Some might find the ride of the sportier models on the harsh side but if you're looking for something that recaptures that go-kart feel the best superminis used to have, the Twingo will be a good choice.


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Grangemouth Renault / Dacia

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