Renault Clio in Weston-super-Mare
Discover the Renault Clio, where an elegant, free-flowing exterior is backed up by a sophisticated interior. Sporty and economical, the Clio is the ultimate supermini, with features like hands-free parking a reverse-parking camera (standard on Signature Nav models) making life easier. You have a choice of trims to suit your lifestyle, and a choice of engines, including TCe petrol and dCi diesel engines, the most efficient of which can return up to 88.3mpg combined (dCi 90). And to top all that off, the Clio nails everyday practicality with a big boot, and it boasts a 5-star Euro NCAP safety rating.
Intriguing. Seductive. Sensual. We could list more adjectives to describe the Renault Clio’s design, but the truth is, this award-winning supermini is simply an instant winner. The squat stance, angled headlights and plush cabin make for a real head-turner.
You have a choice of TCe petrol and dCi diesel engines, including the 1.6 Turbo R.S. 220 Trophy EDC engine. Hot hatch or not, the Renault Clio handles perfectly though, with good levels of comfort and refinement for everyday motoring.
With a 300-litre boot that expands to 1,146-litres, the Clio is an ideal car for running about in. The 5-door design also makes access easy, and ISOFIX points can be found on the two rear outermost seats for child-seat mounting.
Living with it
The Clio is a comfortable, relaxed cruiser. And yet, it has the nimble agility required for a fun driving experience. It offers the best of all worlds, and you have a choice of well-equipped trim levels to suit your lifestyle.
Renault Clio Interior
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