Renault is presenting the all-new Clio, the fifth generation of this model. To date some fifteen million units of the Clio have been sold since it was launched in 1990 and it has become Groupe Renault’s best-selling model worldwide. Clio represents the French population’s favourite car and has risen to the top of the B segment in Europe since 2013. Clio sales increased each year between 2012 and 2018
Renault is announcing a new line-up for its Clio, Captur and Mégane ranges, with the option of three trim levels – Play, Iconic and GT Line – available on each model. The company says the new line-up symbolises its EasyLife philosophy – simplifying choice and offering improved specification whilst offering a visually appealing vehicle at every price point and reducing prices to offer even better value.
Renault has introduced a new special edition of the Clio model – the Clio Urban Nav Special Edition
Renault has strengthened its Clio line-up with the introduction of a top-of-the-range Signature Nav version. Diesel versions of the new Clio Signature Nav are available to order now from £19,115 on-the-road
Renault has unveiled an updated Clio with a host of styling, equipment, powertrain and quality improvements. The revised model will go on sale in the UK from October.
If you’ve missed out on any of the news this week, now is your chance to catch up – here’s our weekend round-up for the week of Monday 9th to Friday 13th February 2015.
Dynamique by name, dynamic-looking by nature – that’s the Renault Clio when fitted with the optional new GT Line Look Pack, which is now available on Dynamique MediaNav and Dynamique S MediaNav versions for a cost of £400.
Our Diesel Car DeLorean is taking just a quick hop, skip and jump through time this week as we travel back two years, to September 2012. It’s this week’s Time Tunnel!
The temperature is rising as high as the sales figures at Renault with the launch of its sizzling hot Renault Summer Season.