Yes I would agree that if was in the market for a new hot hatch I would almost certainly go for a Clio Cup.@loz, pug have made some of the best hot hatches ever, it's just ashame they dont make them like that anymore..... but renualt new line of hot hatches are deffinately worth a look, the megane 250 cup and the clio 200 cup deffinately get my vote
but I would take a Suzuki Swift Sport in place of the twingo 133 cup though, I went for a test drive in one with my sister and the ride was far too harsh for UK roads, it was just firm it bounced about and became quite unsettled in some bumpy corners whereas the suzuki rides well, plus the suzuki has better steering feel,
Yeah, i suppose it is kinda fun, but the reason i didn't like the ride not because it was uncomfortable it's because they seems to have boycotted UK when testing it, it's a right laugh but it's just....too in slow around corners on rough roads,Yes I would agree that if was in the market for a new hot hatch I would almost certainly go for a Clio Cup.
The Panda 100hp is another underrated car but suffers the same problem as the Twingo as only an enthusiast could live with the tooth filling loosening ride!
I used to like the Mk III Golf with the 2.0 eight valve engine. Not hot but very very flexible and refined. Good brakes as well compared to the lower Golf IIIs which made do with rear drums.
HAHA! Cool.I'll hold you to it, I'll find you one now!!
I do love cars but i value my "veg" a bit more......
Be more economical at the same tune but with a turbo fitted though.ha ha,
but seriously turbo, they dont need turbos, with a redline of 10,000 rpm
you'll have all the fun you want