Advantages Incredibly reliable , spacious , well equipt , good economy , good performance
Disadvantages Paint work scratches easily
We have owned our Tino for over 18 months now & covered 16,000 miles & we can honsetly say it's the best car we have ever owned.
It is a well reported fact that nearly ever car that comes out of the factory has at least 5 faults . The Tino has to be the exception - we have not even experienced the slightest murmer of a fault .
The tino is extremely spacious with plenty of headroom & leg room . There are storage drawers under both drivers seats & plenty of other nooks & crannies to hide your valuables , brollies etc . Boot space is huge - 5 suitcases is not a problem . Our 3 kids have ample space in the seperate three seat in the back
With a 1.8 litre engine performance is good , even when the car is full of kids - keeping up with modern motorway speeds is not a problem
Comfort is excellent as well - we have been across the continent on severals occasions & you reach your destination free of aches & pains & numbness you might expect
We are also impressed by the dealer service - even though we see very little of them . We have had one service which was completed well within time & the staff were very efficient & friendly
The Tino offers most of the equipment you want - air con , CD players , alarms etc without being ,might you say ,overladen with goodies
The only genuine niggle we have is the paintwork . It seems to scratch very easily - I made the mistake of dragging the hosepipe of the wing which left fine scratches which won't teecut out
Overall we would recommend the Tino to anyone who is looking for a small MPV . It probably is as good as any Scenic but if you want somethings that stands out from the crowd go for the Tino
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