With respect, I don’t believe that this Twizy is quite 1K over list price but it does appear to be over the current new price, and to my mind overpriced. Even the Dynamique model listed at £7490, or £7795
(I should explain, on Renaults website it is £7490 and Renault’s own advert on Autotrader it is £7795, even they can’t decide!!) does not come with doors as standard, they are £545, plus that Twizy has the Parrot device fitted, which I think is over £300 and possibly other extras, so by the time you add that all up, I think they are asking the full price that it cost new, including (possibly and quite wrongly) even the delivery and number plates. There must be room for some movement on the price as, even though it has only done a few miles, it is over a year old, and therefore has shorter warranty than a “new” Twizy. If you look on Autotrader and Ebay, there are only, as of today, 4 different used Twizys for sale. Currently 2 are advertised in both places and strangely, Renault is advertising new Twizys in the used vehicle section of Autotrader! The prices are high, especially in the case of two which are ones without doors. The result of all this, is good news for people who already own Twizys as clearly, prices are hardening. The dealer that I bought my Twizy Colour from in March this year, later that month, offered another 2013 Twizy, an Urban with twice the mileage of mine, without the extras that mine has, namely alloys, Parrot and reversing bleepers and sold it immediately for £500 more than I paid! The people that paid only £2500 (including the guy that bought mine direct from the finance company) in 2016 made a very smart investment. My view is that prices may move up still further, if it was not for the dreaded battery rental, I would buy another just as an investment. The 5 other almost new Twizys offered by Renault dealers, advertised in the last 3 months have sold quickly, in 2 cases within days of being advertised on Autotrader. The future looks bright as there are some highly, skilled, intelligent and resourceful Twizy owners around the world (think Powerbox) who I am sure can get their heads together to overcome any future spares requirements, whatever Renault do or don’t do.