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Top 10: Narrowest cars

Looking for a car that’ll squeeze into your garage, or just prefer something that’s easy to dart in and out of gaps around town? We’ve crunched the data and can now reveal the narrowest cars on sale today.

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Renault Twizy: 1396mm

Of course the Renault Twizy is the narrowest car money can buy. Whether it’s actually a car is up for debate. Officially it’s classed as a quadricycle, but it has got two seats and that’s just as many as the Mazda MX-5.

At 1396mm wide, the Twizy will fit in most garages. It’ll probably fit in your hallway. You might want to spec some doors if you’re planning on using it over winter.

Read the full review of the Renault Twizy


   on 2 July 2018

Vauxhall Viva: 1595mm.

Trevor G Jones    on 2 July 2018

Stirling Moss used to have a Twizzy, so it's not all bad.

Edited by Trevor G Jones on 02/07/2018 at 21:29

Trevor G Jones    on 2 July 2018

Nice to see some narrow cars, everything is getting so big today,

   on 3 July 2018

You've missed the Peugeot iOn/Citroen C-Zero/Mitsubishi i-MiEV (all the same car made by Mitsubishi) and its the narrowest 'proper' car at 1475mm.

'Ray    on 3 July 2018

Fiat 500: 1627mm

Kevin Tones    on 11 August 2018

Why is the Fiat Panda constantly overlooked? It's not as if it's a niche product - it was best selling city car in Europe last year, almost twice as many as the Up! It comes in at 1643mm wide. As with all these cars, the wing mirrors will add some extra.

   on 16 August 2018

Tango T600

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