1984 Renault Fuego GTX 2.0


A real treat for the demanding


Rear lights derived from the 18 proved to be just as troublesome.

Passenger door central locking sometimes needed a good punch near the outside handle to open, probably only needed adjusting.

Petrol gauge swinging madly when vehicle was not absolutely stationary.

General Comments:

Handling is as good as it gets. Sure, you could buy an Accord for this price, but when it came down to crunch, the trusty Fuego delivered. A pleasure to drive fast.

Without the minor flaws I could have kept that beauty forever.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 10th February, 2006