An efficient use of space, using well tested Clio running gear
Rear passenger door lock failed - to allow the door to close instead, leaving it swinging unless fixed down with string.
When using side lights on dull winter days, the illuminated digital dials dim to a point where they are unreadable. It is only after dark that you can read dials effectively with any lights on.
The car has good visibility partly due to its height - the driver position feels about 10" taller than my previous Fiesta. The use of space is good, given that it is very short in length, and therefore good for parking in ever rarer parking spaces.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 27th January, 2008