I am sure that the sometimes lack of English labelling on products offered for sale is due to the manufacturers being aware that the British are the most tolerant and adaptable of customers so why bother. The same holds good for articles sold in the UK. We now buy Cif where for years we bought Jif and Oil of Ulay face lotion is now Oil of Olay, just to fit in with the continent. When GM was about to introduce the Corsa there was concern that the name would be a hindrance to sales in the UK but in the end we just accepted it - business as usual.
Incidentally I agree with Mike Lillico about the Renault Twizzy it would be more at home on a circular track in a fairground.
Sol de Mallorca
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