I purchased a 7 months old ex demo Colour Twizy from my local dealer two months ago. It had 500 miles on the clock and I have added another 500 miles since.
Most of my trips have been solo in Devon lanes where the Twizy’s speed restriction is no handicap at all. Its hill climbing abilities exceeded my expectations.
At first the ride was very hard until, (like others on here) I found out that Renault had over-inflated the rear tyres.
I fitted front wheel mudflaps which are a great help. I also purchased the Renault windows which are OK but will be happy to remove them when the weather improves.
I thought I would feel intimidated driving such a small vehicle but in reality it isn’t an issue.
Finding the “ignition” key hole in the dark can be a problem but I have solved that with an LED camping light stuck to the underside of the roof with blu-tac, although long term, velcro patches will be better as the blu-tac lets go when the sun shines!
I bought a cheap one piece motorcycle suit from Lidl (£12.99) which is great to wear over other clothes on cold/wet days.
A 55 litre soft plastic muck trug from Mole Valley Farmers fits perfectly on the back seat and accommodates a large amount of shopping (or tools) and is held in place by the back of the front seat with no need to anchor in place like the Renault rucksack.
A 80/90 litre plastic dustbin will also sit nicely on the back seat and has the added advantage (if it has a fitting lid with hold downs) of keeping things dry but the trug is easier to load and unload.
I have no regrets over my Twizy purchase and I’m grateful to the other contributors on here for their constructive observations and tales.