Before we go any further, can somebody tell me how to get in the boot?
The lovely lady who delivered the Twingo opened the hatch for me when she arrived. I put my bag in and drove away. Later, when I arrived home, I couldn’t open it.
I tried the ‘boot opening’ button on the key-fob (they never work, do they), I tried pressing the Renault badge logo on the lid. Then I ran my fingers under the lip of the boot in search of a button to press.
Several minutes later, I was tearing at the back seats. Unable to open to boot. Eventually, the only way to retrieve my Christmas shopping was to fold the seat backs and reach in from there.
Why should I revert to the manual? Getting in to the boot should be as intuitive as opening a side door.
Eight hours later and I still can’t get in. I can be stubborn too Mr Twingo..