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.
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