Considering the fact that we are talking about an A-segment contender here, it is obvious that we have to split the comfort section in two sides, depending on what you can see outside the car, buildings or fields.
The interior space and soundproofing are OK for the rides that take place on urban roads, but once you leave the borders of the city, certain things, such as the wind noise and the fact that you’ll unintentionally start an elbow fight with the passenger from time to time, start to become bothering.
Thanks, in part, to the fact that the steering column is height adjustable, the driver can easily find a comfortable position, excepting the case in which the sporty feeling of the vehicle pushes him to really pursue such an attitude, in which case finding a proper position is impossible.
Since we’re here, we’ll also mention that we experienced a strange lack of legroom in the front, due to the fact that the part of the floor where you usually place your feet is significantly raised.
However, there are certain things that remain the same, regardless of the type of trip taken. First, there’s the suspension, which manages to handle most threats to your internal organs. As for the seats, these don’t excel in any way, which means that your back won’t complain.
When it comes to features that matter in this chapter, the Twingo is rather shy. The vehicle we tested came with an air conditioning system - nothing special about it, just your middle of the pack single zone climate control system - electric windows, which were annoying due to the fact that they didn’t come with an auto function, as well as with electric door mirrors.Continue reading