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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-21-2014, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
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Renault Twingo vs SEAT Mii

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/renault...go-vs-seat-mii

AutoExpress chooses Mii over Twingo. Good read, many photos.

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The Twingo is a funky, affordable and likeable city car that’s cleverly packaged, spacious and efficient. Nimble around town and easy to drive, it’s not hard to see its appeal. However, it lacks the refinement, precise handling and performance of the SEAT – and isn’t as good an all-rounder. Also, while the Renault comes with lots of personalisation options, the SEAT has the edge for cabin quality.
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Nice comparison. Going off of looks along the twingo just looks so much better.



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I've never even heard of the Mii. It sounds like it is related to the Nintendo Wii. Anyone have some background on SEAT? Why haven't I heard of them before? have I been living in a cave?
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I've never even heard of the Mii. It sounds like it is related to the Nintendo Wii. Anyone have some background on SEAT? Why haven't I heard of them before? have I been living in a cave?
Maybe it's because of where you're from.



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