Renault Twizy in Weston-Super-Mare
The Renault Twizy is a compact and fun to drive fully-electric vehicle. It’s classed as a quadricycle, and it nails those short journeys you take around the city. You have a choice of three trims: Expression, Dynamique and Cargo, with scissorgull-wing doors and a panoramic clear sky roof being optional. From a regular 220v 10A wall socket, the Twizy charges from 0 to 100 per cent in 3 and a half hours with a special adaptor, and you’ll get 43-miles of range on a single charge, which is more than enough for those short trips around the city. All aboard!
The Renault Twizy forces people to look twice. The compact shape, squat stance and sloping windscreen combine with windowless side panels to make for a unique vehicle that’s characterful and endearing. Simply, it’s impossible not to love the Twizy’s design.
Drive up to 43-miles on a charge, and enjoy fast charging through a conventional wall socket. The Twizy is nimble and quick, with instant torque, and the light steering and short turning circle combine to make for an outstanding runabout.
The Twizy comfortably seats two with its 1+1 layout, and the boot is generously proportioned with a 180-litre load volume. And, thanks to its compact size, you can park the Twizy in most motorcycle bays. Parking has never been easier.
Living with it
The Twizy charges from a regular wall socket in 3 and a half hours with a special adaptor, and running costs are as low as 2p per mile. All models come generously equipped, with everything you need for effortless motoring.
Renault Twizy Interior
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