New Renault Twizy For Sale | County Down | Northern Ireland
The Renault Twizy absolutely nails those short journeys you take around the city. This fully electric vehicle is classed as a quadracycle, and it charges from 0-100 per cent in just 3 and a half hours from a regular socket to offer a 43-mile real-world range. The on-board ‘Econometer’ - a digital screen that’s situated in place of a traditional speedometer - displays your energy consumption and remaining driving range in real-time, and when you want to get stuff done, the Twizy is practical with a 180-litre boot and optional Scissorgull-wing doors, which let you park in the narrowest spaces.
The Renault Twizy is a head-turner. It’s half the size of a city car and the sloping windscreen dominates the roofline. You also have a choice of two-tone colourways and diamond cut alloy wheels to make your Twizy your own.
The Renault Twizy is a nippy, comfortable traffic maestro. The Twizy’s 57Nm of torque is available from 0rpm, and being just 2.32m long and 1.19m wide, the Twizy darts in and out of traffic better than any conventional car can.
The Renault Twizy has a 180-litre boot and a spacious cabin. There’s two seats inside, in a 1+1 layout, and the Twizy can be configured with Scissorgull-wing doors which open vertically to allow you to park practically anywhere you like.
Living with it
The Renault Twizy can park where other vehicles cannot, which makes all the difference in congested cities. And best of all, running costs are as low as 2p per mile, and you get a range of 43-miles from a charge.
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New Renault Twizy Reviews
Renault appears to have detached itself from reality. Doesn't stop us from thinking the Twizy is genius. A brilliant answer to the question of eco-friendly urban transport
The Renault Twizy is fun to drive in town, and gets lots of attention from passers by. It’s very affordable to buy, especially for an electric vehicle
As a motorcar, the Twizy is up there with the Morgan Three-Wheeler as a joyful novelty – except here it has urban purpose behind the brio